Develop an effective Website Home page for better results
How do users think?
Basically, users’ habits on the Web aren’t that different from customers’ habits in a store. Visitors glance at each new page, scan some of the text, and click on the first link that catches their interest or vaguely resembles the thing they’re looking for. In fact, there are large parts of the page they don’t even look at.
Most users search for something interesting (or useful) and clickable; as soon as some promising candidates are found, users click. If the new page doesn’t meet users’ expectations, the Back button is clicked and the search process is continued.
Should it be one or the other?
Or can we align these?
What is wrong with your homepage?
How many homepages have you got?
Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter?
Review your statistics, while you homepage may be your most popular page, search engines will treat each page as an individual page – every page is a homepage.
Emarkable have a defined process using examples, case studies, popular wireframs layouts, unique design features and goal orientated design principles.
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