We're proud to announce that at the recent 2019 NZ Domain Conference, we won the prize for the most secure nz domain portfolio!
This month, we're focusing on website usability or UX as it plays a key role in the success of your website. We're also sharing 8 great free stock photo websites too!
Entries open 1st May 2019
Open to all NZ Small Businesses.
The David Awards recognise the unsung heroes in home and small businesses throughout New Zealand. They acknowledge the tenacity, courage and ingenuity that place these business owners firmly at the forefront of entrepreneurship in this country.
Website usability refers to the experience a person has when visiting a website. This includes things such as the content, colours, text size, font, page speed, menu layout and page layout.
If someone is unhappy with the way your website works, they will go elsewhere. As an eCommerce site owner, this means lost sales as customers visit other website which are appeal to them better.
Our article looks at the characteristics of a user friendly website, as well as the steps you can take to make your eCommerce site easier to use.
Usability testing (UX) is all about finding out if what you have can be used easily and meets the needs of users. There are many different tools which can be used to help you:
In our article, we explain the importance of UX testing, what good website UX looks like, five ways to check your website's UX and what your next steps are.
User experience design (UXD, UED, or XD) is the process of enhancing user satisfaction with a product or service, by improving the usability, accessibility, and desirability provided in the interaction with it.
In this article we look at real life examples of UXD, ways your business could improve its UXD and how a good user experience can help your business.
Not everyone can afford to purchase the rights to stock images. Thankfully though, there are plenty of great websites which have free stock images you can use. When we say free, we're meaning that they don't cost you any money to use.
Posted: Mon 17 Jun 2019