Articles tagged as “Planning Strategies” (26)

  • sitemap guide blog

    Website Sitemaps: A Comprehensive Guide

    Sitemaps are a surprisingly straightforward, yet complex part of the website planning process. They look simple and often don’t take too long to create, but their influence on a final website, in terms of navigation and usability, is entirely more complicated.Continue reading

    Aug 08, 201840 min read
  • Stakeholder Blog

    How to Talk to (and Interview) Your Stakeholders

    Your stakeholders have opinions and feedback that can drive digital initiatives in your organization. But have you asked them to speak up? Learn how to talk to your stakeholders and make them a valuable component to your next successful digital project. Continue reading

    Jul 05, 20186 min read
  • microsites banner

    Microsites: What Are They, and When To Use Them

    Microsites are typically small, targeted websites focused on a specific audience or campaign. But sometimes they pop up more than they should across brands and organizations of all industries. See when you should use a microsite, and crucial questions to help you organize the right team and resources.Continue reading

    Jun 19, 20187 min read
  • 5 Tips Migration

    5 Tips for a Successful Content Migration

    Is it time to migrate your content? Don’t fret, the process doesn’t have to be as daunting as it seems. Besides, you were going to need to do it one day. Updates and migrations are a part of website development, and content migrations are critical to both website redesign and maintenance. Migrations are the final piece of the website perfecting puzzle; however, they need to be done correctly; otherwise, your new site may quickly become a user experience nightmare.Continue reading

    Jun 14, 201810 min read
  • user flow site flow

    10 Ways Site Flows & User Flows Are Both Different and Similar

    Did your last website project start with a diagram? If not, it should have. Diagrams are at the core of effective website planning, yet they are often overlooked. Whether it is a site flow or a user flow, these visualizations help website teams understand how a website will both look and work, and are essential to creating any UX website.Continue reading

    May 09, 20188 min read
  • keep your website up to date

    How to Make Sure that Your Website is Up-to-Date: 10 Most Important Factors

    Today, when web technologies develop at a high speed, owning an eminent website looks like a hard work. Obviously, it is an understandable thing. First of all, there are so many features that appear every season or even month. Without a doubt, not all of them make sense but you never know for sure before you try them. Secondly, in the world of web design fashion is as unpredictable as it is for fashion-mongers. Thus, new web trends continue appearing, so we can see the long lists of them at the end of every year. The same thing is with colors, buttons, web fonts, photography, etc. The thing is that sometimes a strong desire to be in trend makes a user forget about significant points. Therefore, in this post, we put together 10 important factors that will help your website to be up-to-date.Continue reading

    Apr 17, 201812 min read
  • reporting usability

    How to Create Actionable Results with Usability Reporting

    Creating a website project with a great user experience is much more than testing and designing. There’s also that critical step in between the two; when you interpret those test results and use them to make highly useful sites. Usability reporting is the process of delivering your test results to other designers, key decision makers and anyone else directly involved in the creation of the final project.Continue reading

    Apr 10, 20188 min read
  • Creating Website Structures

    Creating Website Structures that Are Built to Last

    Website structures are the first step to building incredible information architecture, something that separates good websites from awesome experiences.Continue reading

    Mar 21, 20188 min read
  • Top 5 Web Analystics Tools Great for UX

    Top 5 Web Analytics Tools Great for UX

    Improving the user experience of a web project requires data and lots of it. You need to know what the user wants if you plan to create something that entertains or moves them to action. Great user experience is what separates a high-converting website from a mere website with a lot of visitors. Therefore, improving UX should be at the forefront of every web designer’s brain.Continue reading

    Feb 28, 20188 min read
  • Large Web Design Firms Plan Sites

    How Large Web Design Firms Plan Websites

    The process of planning a website is often long and arduous. For large web design firms, it doesn’t get any easier. When you are part of a design firm, the projects are larger, as are the numbers associated with completing them. That includes the number of people involved in the websites’ creation. Suddenly, the skill set needed to plan websites shifts in priority from an understanding of information architecture to above average interpersonal skills.Continue reading

    Feb 21, 20188 min read