As with most technology these days, we typically have to update or swap out our gadgets every few years. This also applies to websites. The general rule of thumb is to redesign your website every 2-3 years. This may seem excessive, time-consuming.
When we were first introduced to the internet IT departments built and managed the majority of
websites due to the complexity of the programming. Today, website design has become an industry all on it's own. Great web designs have lead.
Having an online presence is no longer optional for businesses. Consumers in both the B2C and B2B space use the internet to find answers to their pressing questions. Your website is often the first place a new prospect interacts with your brand. .
On average a website is redesigned every two to three years. The way the process typically works is a business notices their competition has a new website, feels nervous and then goes in search of getting their site “updated.” While I do believe.
It was just a little more than a year ago that I decided to embrace and test this new concept of website design called “Growth Driven Design” (GDD). The concept made a ton of sense; build a site around your users and their needs and you’ll.
Have a website? That’s a great place to start. But a better question to ask is, is your website working for you? Many, in both the design and business worlds, design based on their own style and preferences. But at the end of the day it’s the.