Design, UX

Improving Security with Better UX Design

Internet users expect the sites they visit to offer a secure and user-friendly experience. They trust companies to maintain SSL certificates, to use compliant payment services, and to protect their information from hackers. Every site is vulnerable to some level of attack. In addition to employee training and conventional network security tactics, many companies use […]

Design, UX, Web Development

8 Design Elements that Make Real Estate Sites Shine

People make purchasing decisions with their eyes first. For realtors, that means making every effort to impress long before an open house. Your online presence needs to shine to pull in serious prospective buyers and sell your brand to interested sellers. Certain design elements can give your site the extra oomph needed to begin valuable […]

Business, Design, UX

Enterprise UX: The Struggle is Real

Enterprise user experience (UX) is software designed for employees, not consumers. For the users, it’s often seen as clunky, convoluted, and hard to understand. Employees feel frustration because they must use the software to work, but can find it difficult to navigate. Employers hold on to outdated technology because replacing it sounds too expensive and […]

Design, Website Redesign

Building a Captivating Website Header

If your website was a house, your header would be the lawn. It’s the first thing users see, and it dictates whether they keep driving or stop to take a look the house. With so much riding on the header, it can be tempting to jam it full of bells and whistles. A header can […]

Design, E-commerce

Try These E-commerce Web Design Trends for Better Sales

E-commerce sites need to incorporate a flawless design, UI, and UX to impress customers. When your website looks crisp and is intuitive, users are more likely to spend time on your website and eventually purchase your products or services. Here are some design trends to look out for late in 2017. Mobile Responsive Design Users […]