Are you reading this article on your smartphone? If you are, it wouldn’t be surprising — considering in 2019 alone, there were 3.9 billion unique mobile internet users.
That’s why, in July 2019, Google rolled out mobile-first indexing — forcing website owners to consider the responsiveness of their sites.
So, is your website responsive? On this page, we’ll go over your extensive responsive design checklist to ensure that you provide the best possible website experience to all users — no matter what device they use.
We’ll even cover some tools that you can use to determine the responsiveness of your site.
Your website is your online storefront, whether you operate online, offline, or both, which is why it makes sense to invest in professional web design. How much does it cost to build a website for a small business, though?
On average, small businesses will spend $2000 to $10,000 to build a site. The cost to create a website for your small business will depend on your site’s features. Websites with more features or custom-built components generally cost more due to their complexity.
- What factors determine your web design costs
- Whether to use a website builder or a top web design agency
- How much to set aside for website maintenance costs
If you’re looking for a fast (and accurate estimate) for creating a site for your small business, use our free website cost calculator. You can also check out our 30-day web design services, which give your company a brand-new, custom site in 30 days!
What is a web-safe font? Every computer comes pre-loaded with a list of fonts. This means that if you use that font on your website, every user will be able to see it. However, if you use a font that you pay for, or add to your computer, not every user will be able to see it — rather they’ll see a very basic font in its place.
Whether you notice or not, you encounter tons of fonts every day — on billboards you pass by on your drive to work, on your smartphone screen, on websites, on pizza boxes, and so many other places you may not even realize. There are over 300,000 fonts in the world, and the number grows every year.
Fonts give designers the opportunity to create designs and messages that fit nearly any style or brand — and they can evoke different feelings in consumers. For example, script fonts create a sense of class and formality, while graffiti style fonts reflect a sense of freedom.
Did you know that for every second faster your website loads, you increase conversions by 7%?
A fast loading website leads to longer dwell sessions, improved engagement, and increased conversions. When people can access information fast, they’re more likely to stay on your page.
So now you’re probably wondering, “How fast should my website be?” Well, we’ve got all the answers!
On this page, we’ll answer questions like:
- How fast should my website be?
- What is page load time?
- How do you measure page speed?
- Why does a fast loading website matter?
- How do I improve my site load time?
Keep reading to learn more and if you need help improving your site’s load time, contact us online or call us today at 888-601-5359 to speak with a strategist about our page speed services.
Need some inspiration to build a high converting website?
Websites that convert persuade visitors to become customers. These websites drive more revenue, so if you want to increase your site’s revenue, use these examples of websites that convert as inspiration!
We’ll go over what makes for the best converting websites and five examples of websites that convert. For more tips on website conversion, sign up for our newsletter, Revenue Weekly!
Perhaps no choice is as vital to marketing as color. Whether you are selecting the color for a product or for your email marketing campaign, color has a tremendous impact on all of us. Subconsciously, we associate different colors with different things.
This infographic examines the psychology of color and looks at some common associations of different colors. It shows the overall importance of color to consumers and characteristics of many individual colors, and it also helps show the connection between graphic design and psychology. The numbers are pretty fascinating!