Web Design and Business

Success in 2021

After one of the most challenging years on record, you’ll be hungry for success in 2021.

Successful web design for your business is even more important as key elements have altered and will continue to do so going forward.

This blog will give you an insight into these important changes.

What This Blog Will Cover …

As we’re rattling through 2021, our fast-moving world is reflected in the web design changes taking place as you read this.

This blog will cover some of the many aspects of changes to web design.

It will give you an outline of elements you can check.

Also, we give you three ways to kick start your web design journey.

Finally, as well as an insider tip, we also give you a tick list that you can download and complete when you’re ready.

This will in turn highlight where you can embrace the new web design changes and also ask for help to implement them.

What’s Changed in Web Design

Web design trends can change quickly, and elements can become outdated. It is tricky to keep track of. A good web design agency will have this all ‘in hand’ … but how do you know if they’re ‘on the ball’?

Keeping up to date with these ever-evolving changes is the key to keep your business digitally agile and successful.

My Business Will Succeed With Its Current Website

Unless your website is brand new and designed by a professional team, this statement does not always ring true.

It could be your business doesn’t even HAVE a website … yet!

If you have a website that is over 12 months old, then you need to consider elements of its design … it’s the colour palette, does it have 3D elements, is the layout okay, how does a visitor to your website ask you a question, does it load fast enough … and lots more besides.

Website Design Needs Constant Monitoring

In this fast-moving world, web design that can help your business success needs to be constantly monitored.

It could be you can add elements such as a chatbot.

Maybe reposition certain key elements such as how customers can contact you.

Also adding those all-important CTAs.

Three Elements You Can Check …

Here at Digital Zest, we’ve got our finger on the pulse of changes in the world of web design … and here are some of our secrets …

1)    Colour palettes with a difference: bold colours and different colour combinations will make your website stand out from the crowd.

2)    Add some 3D elements if possible: this in turn means that your website must be optimised for fast loading as 3D elements can be hefty.

3)    Have you considered an asymmetrical design? We’re used to seeing so-called grid layouts; ask your web designer about asymmetrical design that still looks well-laid-out and sensible.

Too Much Like Hard Work?

Humans tend not to like change. Most of us like safety and a sense of the familiar.

However, here at Digital Zest, we know this doesn’t suit great web design.

Think back to the designs of websites even five years ago, compare them to today’s designs by professional agencies … the differences are staggering.

These changes are due to several factors. The use of mobile phones, the shift to online and digital marketing and platforms and technology, in general, getting smarter and faster all the time.

If You’re On Top Of Your Game …

And new web design markers have been ticked off your list, then we’ll share another insider tip.

User Experience Intensification: this includes the use of mixed media to give your website visitors an excellent UX. The element which pops and impress will help your business stand out from its competitors.

Digital Zest can help with this and if you are one of our customers already, you’ll know that we tick these elements at the beginning of your journey with us.

 

Digital Zest … we live, eat and breathe the digital world.

 

Our team are experts in their selected fields, and we understand that web design is one of the key elements to the success of your business.

We have time to talk to you … give us a call today on 0330 900 1633 or contact us here

 

 

 

Paul Taylor

Paul is the founder and owner of Digital Zest.