Website design is a pretty tricky piece of the puzzle. It’s balancing user experience with an intriguing look that captivates the user and draws them to learn more about your business and how you can help them.

But it doesn’t just stop with the initial design. It also goes into how you craft your individual pages, especially as more and more tools allow you, the website owner, to play with the design by yourself.

These posts will walk you through the elements of design and the do’s and don’ts of design so that you can make sure your posts and pages are well-crafted and still maintain the user experience.

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A look at some web accessibility guidelines

Accessibility, Small Business, User Experience, Web Design

One common complaint from the Domino's lawsuit is that there aren't any guidelines. But it's a misconception. There are accessibility guidelines that you can be following today.

accessibility entrance at a business

Think about website accessibility from the start

Accessibility, User Experience, Web Design, Website Planning

Website accessibility is a requirement on today's internet. It doesn't matter if it's expensive or if you're not sure what the guidelines are. Start thinking about accessibility from the start of your website build, and everything will fall right into place. Because everyone should be able to use your website no matter what technology they use.

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What is the store page?

Ecommerce, Small Business, Web Design, Web Development

The online store is where you begin to turn lookers into paying customers. So how do you make a good store page for your website?