Web design trends 2019 as defined by 14 case study
First impressions matters immensely. As a business owner, it’s imperative that your website exceeds the customer’s expectations and tells them in a clear and compelling way about who you are and what you do. Find out how companies benefited from improving their website design in the info-graphic below.
STATS & FACTS
There is a $100 return for every $1 that companies invest in their website’s user experience.
Good search functionality
Bullet point lists
Call to action
1) Navigation ease
47% of website visitors check out a company’s products page before accessing any others sections.
2) Engaging content
82% of customers trust a company after reading its custom content.
3) Good search functionality
60% of the time people an’t find the information they need due to poor search capability.
4) Responsive design
79% of the small businesses that do have a website say their website is mobile friendly.
5) User experience
95% of users indicate that a positive user experience is the most important.
6) Web speed
Slow website are responsible for $2.6 Billion in lost sales annually.
7) Eye-catching layout
38% of people stop engaging with a website just because the layout is unattractive.
8) Bullet point lists
A single second of additional loading time can cause sales to drop by 27%.
9) Website optimization
If your website is optimized for mobile, your customers are 67% more likely to buy a product or use a service from your website.
10) Content information
After landing on a company’s homepage, 64% of visitors check out the company’s contact information.
11) Search engine
Better search engine rankings result in approximately a 26% increase in organic traffic.
12) Call to action
About 66% of users prefer beautiful over pain design.
13) 51-100 pages
48% more traffic goes to websites that have 51-100 pages.
14) Adaptive design
62% of companies increased sales by designing responsive mobile platforms for their website.
Credits: Design Advisor