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FAQ: Your Web Design & Development Questions Answered

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Commonly askes questions about our web design and development projects

Our websites adjust to different screen sizes in a logical usable manner, from desktops to mobile devices.

Traditional, hamburger, mega-menu, and other types of menus to help users navigate the site easily

A prominent and visually appealing large format banner at the top of the site to draw users in.

Prominent buttons that encourage users to take specific actions, such as “Buy Now” or “Learn More.”

Usually these CTAs display a popup window , thus keeping the visitor within the same page making it easier to take an action.

Contact forms, registration forms, login forms, and any other form that can be dynamically created to capture user data, email or store in  a database.

 A section featuring reviews and feedback from previous clients or collaborators, providing social proof of the businesses’ professionalism and experience. this can be manually entered or dynamically pulled from Google or other review platforms. 

Integration with the business’s social media profiles, allowing visitors to easily connect with them on other platforms.

Galleries to display images and videos in a visually appealing way.

Rotating banners or images that showcase different content. This is useful when multiple items needs to be showcased without using much space.  

A visual design effect where the foreground and background scroll at different speeds to create a 3D effect.

The use of unique and visually appealing fonts to enhance the overall design or match with branding of the business.

Interactive design elements that respond to user actions, such as hovering over an image. These effects can draw attention to certain elements, provide feedback to users when they interact with the website, and create a more engaging user experience. 

Elements that remain visible on the screen, such as navigation menus, as users scroll through the site.

The primary benefit of sticky elements is that they can improve the user experience by making important content more readily available. By keeping key elements in view, you can help users find what they’re looking for more quickly and efficiently. This can also help to increase engagement and conversions on your website.

Chat functionality that allows users to interact with the website owners or customer service representatives in real-time.

A search function that allows users to search for specific content on the site. 

Maps that allow users to interact with the site and explore different locations. This is specially useful to let visitors find directions on Google maps to visit the location.

Good old sign-up forms for newsletters to keep users up-to-date on the latest news and updates.

 frequently asked questions to provide users with quick answers to common questions.

visual indicators that show the progress of a task, such as completing a form.

 tables that compare different pricing options for products or services.

Visually arrange incidents or events on a timeline for easier understanding.