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.
According to Global Workplace Analytics, "The remote workforce has increased by 140% since 2005." The remote, digital work space has dramatically changed how we do business today as teams now work from all corners of the world, meeting on.
More than half of current consumer purchases begin with online research, and it is likely some of that time is spent on your website. Since your first opportunity to interact with potential customers may begin online, it makes sense that digital.
Users demand fast websites. This is a fact we've heard about for a number of years, but 70% of the mobile landing pages take more than five seconds for the visual content above the fold to display on the screen, and it take more than seven.