Blog: Website Planning
While surfing the Internet, you have more than likely came across multiple websites that utilize a homepage carousel. You may have even thought about implementing this design element on one of your own sites. If you are on the fence about this strategy, continue reading.
This blog post will uncover the pros and cons of this web design strategy, as well as alternatives you could consider.
Most websites on the Internet consist of multiple pages, but there has been a growing trend and demand over the past couple of years for single page websites. A one-page website aligns well with the simplicity that our society is gravitating towards. However, if you have mixed feelings about one-page websites, you are not alone.
This post should help you obtain a better understanding of what a one-page website is, as well as list out the pros and cons associated with one-page websites. Let’s first take a look at the basics.
More than likely you have come across a website that is cluttered, clunky, and not easy to use. How did this make you feel? You were probably left frustrated, and as a result, left the website within a matter of seconds.
As a website designer or business owner, you do not want customers to feel frustrated when they attempt to navigate your website. While it is important to have a website that implements SEO best practices, it is also important to have a website that is user-friendly. This article will cover what customer-centric web design is, and why it is so important.