Don’t just assume your website rocks

By January 25, 2012Web Design

IsThisCoolIt may rock to you, but what are other people saying? You should ask them. The reason is, sometimes you can be too close to the website to see where it may be lacking.

Now, this advice does come with a disclaimer. There are always going to be people who pick things apart to a fault, but the general idea is to get a broad consensus that includes the opinions of people new to the website who could be potential customers. You could ask relevant friends and family or even take it one step further and ask for feedback on your Facebook page or other customer communication methods. In general, here are some questions you might pose:

  1. What is the first thing you want to know about when coming to my website?
  2. Is it easy to navigate and find what you wanted to know?
  3. Is the design a distraction or compliment to the content?
  4. What is your level of interest in the content provided?
  5. What is the one thing my website needs that it doesn’t have?
Brad Ball

About Brad Ball

Hey there, I’m Brad, the design and development director here at Liquis, and I can say without a doubt that I am living the dream. The best part of what I do is knowing that I am actually helping people execute their dreams and seeing them come to life.

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