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How Web Design And Usability Are Linked
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Imagine this situation; you’re on a website and you want to find out about the different services that a company offer. But when you arrive at their homepage you can’t spot the navigation you need to use and therefore can’t find the information you need. You’re left frustrated because you have to think about how to find what you need.

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What You Can Expect from Cheap Web Design
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The design and build of a website is an important step for any business.

Regardless of whether you’re a multinational conglomerate with budgets that would make the average Saudi prince weep, or a fresh independent start-up scraping together all the money it can, getting your website design right is absolutely critical.

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What is the Average Cost of a Website?
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I’ve worked in the marketing industry for a good few years now across a multitude of projects; from guerilla marketing stunts involving alien time travellers and tattooed albinos, to major corporate re-brands and retail point-of-sale delivery.
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The Top 7 Benefits of Growth-driven Design
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In days gone past, web design was often a long and drawn out process, where every possible feature was considered, planned for and then rigidly built into a site, with no room for flexibility. However, Growth-Driven Design has risen to challenge that, taking on board lean and agile principles to create a new approach to website design.

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One Page vs Multi-Page Website Design: The Pros and Cons
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Over recent years, one page website design has become an increasingly popular trend. Part of this is borne out of the fact that designing, creating and developing a one-page website is much quicker than for multiple page websites — they are much simpler to create than their more complex counterparts.

Furthermore, factors such as user experience (UX) and search are often not taken into consideration, particularly in website design for small-medium sized businesses.

It’s likely that one-page sites are design led rather than evidence led. ‘We think this will look fantastic’ versus ‘we've looked at your goals and website data and we know this is the right approach’.
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