5 Signs You Need A New Website Design

Your website should be the best reflection of your brand, especially considering it’s most likely the first place a new potential customer will see/learn about your business. If you have an outdated website design that either looks like it’s from the ’90s or isn’t responsive, it’s time to upgrade! When someone lands on your website, they will decide within a few seconds whether to stay or leave. Often, this decision is based on how your website looks, feels, and navigates. Do you have music or a video auto-playing on your home page? Is the home page filled with blocks of text and lacks few engaging images? Are there pop-ups on your site? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should consider revamping your business website design!


If you’re wondering whether to hire a web design company to update your site, consider these tell-tale signs that you should re-design now!


Take our your phone and type in your website URL into a search engine. How does your website look? How does it navigate? Is it easy to view? Take some time to browse around and consider these questions. If you find it’s difficult, time-consuming, or slow to move around your current website on a mobile phone or tablet, it’s time for a change! The majority of people visiting your site will visit through a mobile device, and those numbers are only growing as time goes on. If people can’t easily navigate your website on a mobile device, they will immediately leave and get their information from your competitor. Don’t let this simple conversion stop you from getting new leads and customers!

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