Some of the pages on your website are more important than others. Okay, many of you probably find that fairly obvious -- but I'm surprised how few people actually apply this knowledge to their websites to improve conversions.
I’m all about low hanging fruit; about undertaking the easiest tasks that will have the biggest results. What I’m about to describe in this article has the potential to improve your site dramatically with just a few, critical changes.
Let's get right into it. Every website is different, bu generally speaking, here are the four most important (and most-visited) pages on a website:
If you love infographics, you're hardly alone. They’re simple, informative, and they look great. But what will they look like in a year's time? If you're keen on keeping your content strategy air tight, you ought to be a little curious.
With this in mind, Column Five, a data visualization company out of California, offers a peek of what's to come. Just make sure you don't spend too long looking at the pretty pictures, because from modular design to divisible content, there are plenty of valuable tips on how to stay ahead of the visual storytelling curve....
Every year people proclaim the death of something or other in marketing -- and the death of the infographic doesn't escape conversation. It's probably because while more people have caught on to the power of infographics for communications or marketing initiatives, not all of them are doing it well -- so it's hard to separate the wheat from the chaff.
These 15, however, managed to stand out. My criteria here were not scientific. I looked for infographics that I simply could not stop reading til the very end -- or in the case of the interactive ones in the latter half of this post, the ones I couldn't stop exploring. Enjoy perusing the best of what 2014's infographics had to offer, ranked in no particular order (except for #1 -- I love #1)....
The Flat design refers to a style of interface design which removes any stylistic design choices that gives the three dimensional effect and hence is focused upon the minimal use of simple elements, flat colors and typography. The designers might refer this since it allows them to make the interface designs more streamlined and efficient. (via Flat Design Trend)
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