Adapting to Changes in Web Design: Proactive v. Reactive Approaches


Many websites are intended to store and collate vast amounts of private data. Examples here can be the websites of accounting firms, telemarketing agencies and similar customer-oriented businesses. The problem here is that information can be lost, compromised or otherwise corrupted. Secure cloud storage solutions provide levels of redundancy that would otherwise not be possible through traditional in-house methods. Also, let us never forget that this data is stored in a centralised database and it can be accessed quickly by all authorised personnel.

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It should come as no surprise that quality SEO services represent a significant category in regards to good Sunshine Coast web design. SEO is actually quite a challenging field due to the seemingly constant updates enacted by Google. To put it another way, what may have worked well yesterday could no longer be applicable today.
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Web Design Tweaks that Enhance Loading Speeds and Attract More Traffic


According to HubSpot, 55 per cent of visitors spend less than 15 seconds on a website. Meanwhile, Website Magazine says that 47 per cent of visitors expect websites to load in less than 2 seconds. Take any longer than that and your readers are bound to look somewhere else, regardless whether you produce the best content.

Even Google treats website loading speeds as a ranking factor, so do yourself a favour and see what slows down your otherwise user-friendly website. A good way to reduce your loading speed is to carry out a few web design enhancements. Here are some tips businesses on the Sunshine Coast and elsewhere can follow.
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Web Design Tips: Top 4 Mistakes that Cause You to Lose Potential Sales


From the loss of leads to overall search engine optimisation (SEO) failure, bad website design can be mighty expensive for your Sunshine Coast business. While people may have different takes on what constitutes quality design, the good news is that certain universal principles can serve as points of reference. Whether you have an existing website or have yet to build one, be sure to avoid these top 4 design mistakes.

1. Excessively flamboyant details. Pages should exhibit a certain continuity, yet it can be hard to pick your design elements when you have way too many options. Unless your website is a platform for showcasing your artistic prowess, you would do well to keep your web design features coherent and well edited. Stick to a uniform theme and limit the font and colour line-ups to a maximum of 3.
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