It could be the layout, the spacing, the images, the colours, the fonts or the overall vibe, but most sites can be improved once you know what’s wrong.
If you’ve got the budget to get someone to fix it for you, that’s fine but for many soloists, that’s not an option.
Would it be helpful to get an objective assessment from a professional web designer, with an action list of things to work on yourself? And a guarantee of no salesy follow up about doing the work for you? In plain English?
If so, then here’s how I can help.
My new website design and usability audit package includes:
- A 30-minute phone or zoom call with me to talk about the objectives of your site.
- An audit of the design/ layout of your site with a focus on usability and conversion. Which is tech talk for making it easy for people to give you their money.
- Testing of the user experience on iOS desktop, tablet and mobile.
- A written action plan in plain English of the things you need to work on, in order of importance, with reasons for my recommendations.
If you’d like book an audit of your site, add this service to the cart and checkout. I’ll respond to you within 24 hours with a request for information and a link to book a time for a call.