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A simple yet smooth web design can impact customer decision

By digitechlearner ·
Talking about my personal experience, I can say without any doubt that the design of your website can have a great impact on your customers. I own a start-up, the website of which had all the detail of our services greatly written. But it was not getting enough customers. It was then when I started asking for feedback about my website from my friends and got to know that it was the design that needs to be improved. I changed the design to an attractive, simple and responsive one and saw an increase in the number of visitors as well as clients.
The blog i was reading: http://www.digitalaptech.com/how-web-design-impacts-customer-experience/ talks about some ways you can use to improve our web design and increase customers
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Clean and Simple

by ANumber9 In reply to A simple yet smooth web d ...

Well i think that having a simple and clean website would attract most people. Making an website easy to navigate and manage is the key to make more customers intrested. From my school years, i did often see people overcomplicate their websites and ending up having more problems in the end

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customers love updated and well designed website

by TomBrandon In reply to A simple yet smooth web d ...

You are right, design is the one of the most important factors in the success of any website. We were also having problem in getting customers on https://www.webxen.com/best-web-hosting-for-small-business/ because of the old website design, but after improving design of our website, we are now happy that more customers are interested in our products and services. Now we understand why big companies continuously updates and re-designs their website after some time. It's all about staying up to date and informed about your customer's experience.

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