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3 Ways Good Web Design Can Help Your Online Store

The ecommerce market is set to reach $24 billion in Australia by 2018.
This shows that a staggering number of Australians are choosing to shop online each and every year.
Are you ready to take a piece of that pie and set up your own website to sell goods from?
If so, you need to talk to an experienced digital agency and engage their web designers in order to provide the most professional image possible.

Below are three ways good web design can help your online store.

  • It can make your business seem more professional
    Good web design can often be the difference between making a sale online and losing one.
    By hiring an expert in web design to help with your professional image, you can appeal to a far wider audience. Websites which are clunky, lack professional imagery and feature obnoxious graphics and fonts will be detrimental to your business.
    Customers may feel uneasy about purchasing from your online store as the ‘shopping experience’ may be lacking. If your website has been designed by professional web designers, it can often provide a much more user-friendly experience.
    Be ready to invest money in good web design in order to make money.


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New to Web Design? Here are Some Commonly Used Terms Explained

If you are just starting out in the web design world, it can be quite confusing to really understand what someone is saying. There are plenty of terms that we use and by the time you figure them out, there will be ten more that you have to learn. We are going to break down some of the more complicated terms so you can understand them:

Analogous: Color scheme build around three colors adjacent to each other on the color wheel.

Ascender: When part of a lowercase letter extends above the x-height; typically, b, d, f, h, k, l.

Body Copy: The main part of your design or publication; typically, text.

Color Theory: Study of how colors make people respond and feel about certain things.

Complementary: Color scheme build around two colors opposite on the color wheel.

Cool Colors: Colors associated with calmness and cold: blues, greens, and purples.


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