3 Signs Your Website Needs a Redesign!

Jason Bourgeois
May 17, 2019

Your brand’s website is often the first port of call for customers. It provides them with information on your business and can be a key component for customers when deciding between you and your competitors. Therefore, it’s important that your website always looks as good as possible and is as user-friendly as it can be. Here are the top three signs that you need a redesign to ensure that your customers continue to choose your services over your competitors.

 

#1 You Have A Slow Load Time

40% of people abandon a website if it takes more than 3 seconds to load. We’re an impatient bunch it seems!

Therefore, if your website isn’t fully integrated and has a very slow loading time you could lose customers even before they get to your website.

Try conducting a speed test online to see how your website fairs. If it’s slow to load then get in touch with us so we can help with a redesign that improves your customer experience.

 

#2 You Have A High Bounce Rate

Have a look at your website dashboard and analytics. If you have a high bounce rate this means that customers are coming to your website but also leaving quickly.

For your business to be successful you need to keep your customers on your website. Are they leaving because of poor design? Or is it because you don’t have the content your search engine result promised them?

One way to improve this is to redesign a clear contact us page. Make sure that your customer can easily find where you are or how to contact you.

 

#3 Your Site Is Outdated

One of the biggest problems for brands, that causes customers to distrust your site and thus your business is an outdated design.

If your site is too clunky, colourful or your brand’s style has outgrown the site then don’t be afraid to start afresh with a redesign. Create a new design, clearer layout and better content so that your website is a marketing tool you are proud of.

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