Many websites you visit are bad. These websites may seem bad because of your personal preferences or there might be other underlying issues. For example, the design may be outdated, the site is not easy to use on mobile devices, there are too many ads and popups, the site could be very slow, or the site may not be using current web standards. Discarding current web standards could significantly affect if a visitor has good or bad experiences on the site. Here are some examples and suggestions to fix the more common problems.
You’d be surprised to learn that most people don’t even think about this question. It is the common assumption that the (unsuspecting) business owner who hires a website designer to create a new website and secure website hosting would be the actual owner of the website domain. This where things get a little confusing
Clients look to Jessica Rosengard Designs (JRD) for guidance and advice. As the owner, that’s something I don’t take lightly. I am the biggest cheerleader for my clients’ brands and I want to steer them – and you – in the right direction. One question I am asked frequently is … KEEP READING