Not all websites age well.
Technology continues to change which allow design trends to change. Monitors are much wider than the early CRT monitors. Browsers have dramatically changed and some aspects of your website may display differently than when created. Together these offer visually fresh changes and more functionality choices for interactive website features.
Revamping your websitedoesn't mean changing every piece of your website. Your logo and branding need to remain prominent. Typically redesigning from the ground up is simpler than trying to rework outdated code. If your content hasn't changed much (auto repair industry) refreshing the design elements will make a much more appealing website, while at the same time reorganizing your content.
Reasons to Redesign Your Website
- Visually—improve the look, feel and functionality
- Navigation—don't risk frustrating a visitor with clunky or poor navigation
- Content—update to reflect your current business products/services, remove outdated or conflicting information
- Photos—visitors recognize outdated photography versus striking quality of today's images
- Interactive—consider slide shows, sliders for ways to display product images
- Flash—it is now passé and does not display on iPads and iPhone
- Social Media—it's a contact medium you can't afford to ignore
- Mobile Presence—there are 2 ways to create a mobile presence.
redesign your desktop and mobile sitesin tandem. For many business owners a separate mobile website is the optimum solution.
Google is aware of every change yo make to your website—the more often—the better. Commit to adding content to your website regularly. Engage with your clients.
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