Recent Posts in Website Design And Development

By Lisa McDermott

website design and development

Traditional Website Redesign Has Inherent Risks - Are You Prepared?

Would you feel comfortable if every aspect of your business planning was the result of a guess? Everything from the product or service itself (“I guess people might need a cat-walking service.”) to how many people you will need to hire to walk cats (“Cat walking is going to be huge, so I guess we’ll need to hire about 100 employees.”). If you got a chuckle out of that, you might want to stop and consider whether you’re making similar guesses about your website.

By Geoff Forman

website design and development

5 Website Design Choices That Kill User Experience

Designing a new website can be like standing in front of a loaded buffet. The choices are plentiful and piling your plate with a little bit of everything seems like a wonderful idea. Your health-conscious judgement goes out the window because this delicious buffet has a hold on you - there is no control.

By Amanda Nickels

website design and development

3 Reasons Why a Traditional Website Design Fails

So, I’ll just come right out and say it...Failure sucks! Especially when you’ve invested a significant amount of time, energy and money into something that you’ll inevitably lose your appetite for over time. Bottom line, no one enjoys it - so you may want to rethink implementing a traditional website redesign.

By Amanda Nickels

website design and development

A Traditional Website Redesign Is Going To Cost Me How Much?!

Why It’s Time To Rethink Your Website Design Strategy

In a recent blog, we introduced you to Growth-Driven Design (GDD).

By Amanda Nickels

website design and development

Website Redesign vs. Growth-Driven Design - What You Need to Know

What’s The Deal With Growth-Driven Design Websites?

In the past, website redesign projects almost always followed the same trajectory.

  • Spend countless hours internally compiling the ideal list of features and functions the site MUST have
  • Research the best agencies, then request and review their proposals
  • Spend at least three months buried in wireframe, UX, and design reviews/approvals and ultimately, testing (you can’t forget about the testing!)
  • Launch a beautiful design with all the bells and whistles you think your audience wants

Sound familiar? If you’ve launched a new website in the past few years, we bet it does.