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How Current Design Patterns Fail Both Companies and Users
Smartphones have become nearly ubiquitous, and although more of us conduct business, seek out information, and shop on our phones than ever before, navigation for mobile websites is stuck in the dark ages. It’s been a hot topic in user experience for the last several years: how do you get people to the information they need on a 3.5” screen? The answers have been various: either you don’t (“if they really need it they’ll go to their desktop” or “they can search”), or you do it slowly, click after painfully loading click.
Our talented team of marketers and user experience experts has come up with a detailed five (5) page Persona Worksheet that they use when working with clients in advance of an inbound marketing or website redesign project.
Visually stunning design excites users. But users don’t use stunning visuals. They use navigation. They interact with page layouts. They share information. You can have a truly impressive web design and still lose your target audience. If the navigation isn’t intuitive, the page layout is cluttered, or the information is misleading or hard to understand, your visitors may leave.
According to Forrester, web CMS has become a core part of a broader digital experience management platform. With that comes demands for consistent, flexible support across every customer journey.
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As we gear up to sponsor the ASAE Technology Conference, we asked our team of experts a single question: "Thinking about a website design for an association in 2017: What is the most important recommendation you would give an association considering a website redesign next year?" Below are responses from across the agency:
1) "Websites should offer a speedy mobile experience." ~ Etienne Stettler
2) "I recommend high quality photography. It best catches the eye visually. If there aren't any photos available, illustrated graphics help too." ~ Julie Kang
3) "The most important things to consider when redesigning a website are making it accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities, and to ensure that the website works across all types of devices. As such, the website should utilize Responsive Design and adhere to Section 508 Standards and the WCAG 2.0 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.)" ~ Christian Abad
4) "It's all about engagement. No matter if you are seeking to attract new members, or dive deeper with your current members, associations need to spend time thinking through every step of their engagement cycle. Membership organizations who utilize a Member Centric Journey are better able to attract, convert, service and delight new and existing members." ~ Bret Peters
5) "Dynamic, persuasive content is in: whether using inline video or scroll-triggered content changes, website visitors expect complex content to be engaging to view and read. Not every page must be like this -- focus on your core messages and most innovative content contributions, and spend the time (and budget) to develop a compelling page that tells an immersive story to your audience. People will spend more time reviewing and understanding what you have to say, and as a bonus, they're more likely to share the page with their peers." ~ Jessica Moore
6) "Your website should pass the 5 Second Rule. Namely, when a user comes to your site for the first time they should be able to answer the following questions within 5 seconds:
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