They have to land somewhere. When your audience first gets to your website, you want them to take a specific action. That action might be becoming a lead or converting to a customer. Either way, you need a great landing page.
At some point, everyone who works in design—that includes graphic designers, interior designers, web designing agencies and more—must confront the ways in which they use color. And at some point, inevitably, that becomes self-examination—an attempt to understand the extent to which the designer’s personal sensibilities conflict or are in harmony with the perceptions of their audience.
With iPhones, Tablets, and Android phones becoming one of the most common mediums for users to browse websites online, it is high time that website owners realize the significance of designing responsive websites. Though the first website of this genre was created some time back in 1996 when the Nokia 9000 web-friendly communicator was launched, the concept is yet to carve a place for itself among the web based businesses. 2012 saw the topic being avidly discussed. So what is the big hype that surrounds responsive web design? Let’s delve into the specifics.
Mobile marketing has gained tremendous momentum, owing to the sheer growth in mobile usage numbers. In the year 2012, rise in mobile device numbers paved way for a 70% growth in mobile traffic. Furthermore, 82% of mobile media time comes from app usage. These statistics are proof enough to demonstrate the power of mobile and the opportunities it presents to businesses who seek to reach mobile users.