The purpose of a website is not to be online, but to achieve something inline with the business' goals.
There are some simple rules in website design that help to create a much better user experience. Following these rules can make all the difference between a good and bad experience for your audience.
Walking out of a Costa Coffee, I stood in front of a glass door, waiting for it to automatically slide open. I waved my hands. I shimmied to the left. I shimmied to the right. I finally realised that this was not a door.
A well-built website is a necessity for your business. It offers benefits ranging from setting you apart from your competition to strengthening your credibility. Let's take a look at a few examples.
It may feel daunting investing in professional website design and development. At wearegoat, we understand how important your business is to you and that’s why we’ll work to put your mind at ease and make our journey together an enjoyable one. Let's take a look at exactly what will happen.
How can you take a rigid system and remove its limitations without touching it? It's sometimes best to leave it alone and think beyond it in order to get the most value out of your ideas for your clients and readers.
Too many designers and developers are throwing out the standards for good user experience for the sake of clicks, signups, and time on your web page. Should we go back to providing users with the experience they came for and guide them to achieve their goals with the fewest interruptions?
One thing we get asked quite often is how much is a new website going to cost. This question is difficult to answer as there are many moving parts that can affect the price of the design and build of a website. In this post we try to give you an indication of what different websites should cost.