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Ensuring a website is consistent and easy to maintain are two of the biggest headaches faced by larger organisations. Fortunately pattern libraries can help.
Clients like to have the ultimate say about design sign-off, but are they best qualified to make that decision? If not, then what is the alternative?
The prevailing wisdom is that websites should be incrementally improved, but is that belief always correct or is there a place for major redesign?
Do your stakeholders get obsessed with the details of a website design? Are they so busy thinking about button styles and drop shadows, that they aren’t considering their brand? If so, Leigh has a solution that might help.
The ultimate goal of every website is that users will complete your call to action. Whether that objective is to place an order, complete a contact form, sign a petition or subscribe to a newsletter, we obsess about how to encourage users to take that step. But what happens then?
How do you design application/data-driven sites differently from content-driven (blogs, adverts…) sites?
As a website owner are you using video effectively on your site? As a web designer, can you offer your client quality video services?
The web standards movement has taught us that having best practices and standards in place makes your site more effective. This doesn’t just apply to HTML and CSS, but all kinds of other areas.
Stuck behind a desk? Lacking inspiration? Have a boss who doesn’t get creatives? Then perhaps Flickr holds the answer.
Do you really know how users are seeing your content? Are they consuming it via your website as one would expect? There is a good chance they are not.
You may have the ultimate picture of who your users are, but can you say the same thing about your organisation?
Adding details to your design may increase customer satisfaction and engagement, but they can often be hard to justify financially.
Why are companies quite happy to invest in the design of their websites, but think the intranet is unimportant? Is an intranet really less important?