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Visual line of intake. When you read, the information that lives in the areas with the numbers is most memorable. The bottom right, #4, is the most valuable/memorable text.
Keep this in mind when you put your content together and your visitors will feel more engaged with your information.
This is what you want to avoid.
F reading pattern.
Good design can prevent
Carol Mason Design, mobile-responsive, custom website design.
Like finding the right contractor, a website designer represents a long term project - a website - that rests on good faith, trustworthiness and a sound relationship.
It takes exploration to understand what you want to have a website do for you. Talking with website designers can help you become more informed. In this process you will llikely find the right person to work with.
I offer a free and no obligation conversation to help you find out if your requirements and my website plans are a good fit.
In this spirit, I've put some information together to help you get started on this process. I wish you all success finding the right solution for you.
These ideas may jog your thought process:
Did you know some businesses wonder why they need a website? They might think it is an unnecessary expense. The reason for having their own website isn't "yet" clear to them.
Do you represent your own business or a board or small business?
Are you thinking about having a website?
Or are you thinking of changing from a traditional website to a responsive website?
The information on this website will help inform your decision making.
Essentially to have your own website let's a visitor find you on the Internet. It gives you control over what people will see when they search for you. Generally, the Internet is a place to be found not a place to be private. Though there are instances that require a login (private) information, the essential purpose of a website is public.
Have you checked to see what the Internet knows about you? Why not Google yourself! [You can do this by opening a browser window (ex: Safari, Firefox, Chrome) and type in your name in the search window.] Are you there in the list? Does the information about you properly describe who you are and what your business offers?
Are you at the point where you'd like to talk about your website requirements? Contact me to explore. It's free and without obligation to talk for up to 50 minutes. Let me know what you hope to achieve and we can discuss pricing. You will learn more about websites and maybe we will end up being a good match to work together.
I hope you enjoy your exploration of this website and pick up a few tips. Check back now and then, the information is updated frequently.
My Blog, Tech Tip Carol, (also found in the footer) has an array of information mostly to example how a blog works.