How Improving Your Website’s User Experience Might Just Increase Conversion Rates

There is nothing more frustrating than technology that doesn’t work. It’s even worse when it feels like it’s your fault. There is nowhere this is more apparent than in personal computing.

In the case of a website, user frustration can have lasting adverse effects on your product and your brand. Broken links, vague navigation and non-scannable walls of text are all elements that can lead to a bad user experience or UX. Because users are highly goal driven, finding answers for their most pressing questions should be an uninhibited process.

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Chaim Mitchell October 11, 2019 06:27 AM Delete

This video was perfect in explaining the impact of user experience on a website. Many people who operate kitchen remodel websites are trying this out now and I think this experiment will be a success for them.

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