Typography Mistakes That Impact User Experience
Everyone wants better search engine rankings, and Google has made it apparent that user experience will be the defining factor for the long term.
But while website builders focus on technical aspects like site speed and mobile friendliness, the actual on-page experience sometimes gets lost. Your website design will impact your traffic, and if users aren't engaged, you won't get the conversion you want.
UX Audit: Getting started
If you don't review usability issues regularly, you risk creating a frustrating experience for your users without even knowing it. When users are frustrated or confused while using a website, they find a competitor with a more enjoyable user experience. Ultimately, most of the users who leave for a competitor will never reconsider using the services that frustrated them. Bottom line, bad user experiences literally drive your customers away
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The importance of alternative text on website images
Alternative text is important because it provides essential information for people browsing your website with a screen reader or someone who has turned off images because their connection is slow. It also helps search engine crawlers understand your webpage better.
UX Audit: Links and Usability
Links are a key part of accessibility and usability on the web. They help users navigate through your website, find information, and complete tasks. But sometimes links go dead or don't work properly - this can erode user trust, which is bad for your brand! So it's important to make …
5 Ways Color Impacts Your UX
You're probably wondering why color is such a big deal when talking about UX. Well, color has the ability to impact your website in many different ways that you might not be aware of! For example, color can make your website more accessible or less. It can even help improve conversions and lead generation rates with its power to evoke emotions from users
Testing Content Readability
Why does it matter? Readable content is both easy and enjoyable to read. Admittedly, that's an oversimplification, but why should you care? Nearly half of American adults can't read a book written at the 8th-grade reading level. These days content is king, but if your users can't easily understand your …