|January 26, 2015|
|Are Visitors Getting Lost on Your Website?|
|By Stoney deGeyter|
Any visitor on your site should immediately be able to tell what page they are on, regardless of how they got there or where they landed.[Tweet This] If your site is well optimized, then every page is a landing page. This means visitors may land on a product, category, about us, or other page, just as much as they might land on the home page. It should be clear which page they are on at just a glance. Otherwise, visitors may be getting lost on your website.
How do you ensure that doesn't happen?
There are many ways to ensure visitors are getting the visual clues they need to know where they are on your site. [...]
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I mean no disrespect to anybody who has fat fingers. I think when it comes to mobile phones, if you're over 5 years old, your fingers are considered fat. I'd recommend a finger workout but that might derail this post entirely. If you're going to go through the trouble of creating a mobile friendly site, […]
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