Websites have evolved into something so much more than just text and information on a page. Users today expect your website to entertain them, deliver Special leads quality and offer an intuitive, comfortable overall experience. Everything from the aesthetic of your site to the placement of your CTAs can impact how long visitors stay on your page. Fortunately, it is Special leads easy to make your website more user-friendly. In this blog, I’ll show you eight ideas to get you started on making your website more user-friendly. 1.
Listen to Your Users Take the time to ask your regular visitors what they’d Special leads like to see on your page. Getting input directly from your target audience will allow you to discover missing elements you might not see on your own. Users often know precisely what they don’t like Special leads about a website. It’s your job to take those comments and Special leads turn them into positives by fixing any features your visitors dislike.
ESPN Example When you place the user at the core of your design and Special leads content, your site will automatically become more user-friendly. A few years ago, ESPN.com asked for input from their regular visitors about what they should add to the redesign of their homepage. They Special leads listened, added many of the elements mentioned and saw a 35% increase in revenue. Note how their design features elements someone landing on the page would most want. 2