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The Webheads Website User Experience Explained (Part Two)

In part one (click / tap here to read), we touched upon the elements of usefulness, usability and desirability in terms of the website user experience. Here we examine findability, accessibility and credibility. Findability The content of your website needs to be findable both within your website and within search engines and search engine result pages (SERP) such as Google. Within your website, this can include the use of navigational menus and sitemaps. As our team excel in custom website design, your menu for example can be positioned anywhere you would like on your webpages as opposed to traditionally being placed in the header area. Take a look at the menu we […]


Not HTTPS? Say Goodbye to Some Traffic

Think of your own mindset when you browse the web. If you were to enter a website and see the words ‘not secure’ pop-up from Google, would you be likely to stay on the site? With the abundance of hackers and viruses online, you may prefer to leave the website and find an alternative more secure website. eCommerce websites will suffer badly here as one cannot imagine many people willing to part with debit and credit card details on a site that is emblazoned with the words ‘not secure’. Due to this update which is due to go live in July 2018 and known as ‘Chrome 68’; it really is imperative that […]


The Webheads Website User Experience (UX) Explained

Usefulness Each and every website on the internet is built and designed for a particular purpose. This is always at the forefront of our user experience design ethos when we create and design a custom website. After liaising with a client and agreeing on the brief for the project, we confirm the main purpose of the website. So for a new clothing company based purely online with no bricks-and-mortar store, their website exists to make sales. In this instance the website has to derive its usefulness in being an effective online shop. With custom website design the sky is the limit. So by keeping the focus on the main uses and purpose […]


2018 Trends in Website Design

Bright and Bold Colours As a contrast to the more muted and minimalist website designs that were popular in 2017, designs which feature bright and bold colours are expected to be the antidote to this in one of the 2018 trends in website design. Colour plays a very important part in website design as they can be used to convey feelings and emotions to visitors. They also help to set the tone and vibe of your website as an extension as of your brand and business. We here at Webheads always make sure to incorporate colour correctly into our custom website designs to ensure maximum impact and maximum scope for conversions. Take […]


Webheads – More Than Custom Web Designers

Custom Web Designers Our team have a passion for building and creating custom websites for businesses of all shapes and sizes. We create a unique design and UX interface for each of our clients so that they have a dedicated business website that is like no other online. Over the years our designs have been launched within many industries (such as banking, government, sports, tourism and more) and clients have entrusted us with multiple custom web designs for their range of businesses. Take for example our highly successful Leisure Pass websites. Our custom web designers both designed and launched the highly responsive eCommerce websites for major tourist destinations and markets around the […]


Testimonials are Paramount for your Website

Utilise a Testimonials Page It is a good idea to collate your reviews and testimonials on a single webpage within your website. When you make a sale or close a deal with a client, ask them kindly if they would be willing to provide your business with a testimonial. A simple and effective way to do this is by setting up an auto-responder e-mail to send to those who purchase a product from your online store for example. Collect these reviews and add them to your webpage. With this, your business website now has a dedicated space whereby visitors can browse and read the positive experiences that past clients have had with […]


Focus on Font in Custom Website Design

The Little Miss London website sells a range of beautiful scented candles which are inspired from famous London locations such as Camden and Chelsea. The website makes clever use of the font used in the Little Miss Logo London. Rendered in a loose and expressive style, it is reminiscent of handwriting and this makes a personal link with the website visitor. The initials of ‘L’, ‘M’ and ‘L’ are assembled above the logo to form a crown in a clever (and crowning) design motif. This is a great example of font use that adds to the feel of a website in tandem with the personality of the brand. The Cyclism website relays […]


Shared, Dedicated and Cloud Servers Explained

Shared Servers As the name implies, a shared server means that more than one website is hosted on it. Think of this as a housing estate. Each house sits on its own block of and within the estate. Shared servers work just like this by dedicating a section of the server per website. They are a physical piece of hardware. As with everything, shared servers have their pros and cons. A benefit of a shared server is that they may be more affordable which helps with start-up costs etc. One of the cons however is that if one website on the shared server suffers from a major problem, all of the remaining […]


Curating the Cape Town Pass Website

The Cape Town Pass website followed our other successful website launches for the Leisure Pass group which include Dublin, London and New York. We chose to echo the colours of the South African flag in the colour scheme of the website. This entailed of a mainly green, yellow, black and red interface with smaller details in blue (such as logos and icons) and text rendered in white. This took a natural approach and was not forced – instead it served as a subtle and clever tribute to the colours of the South African flag. As this was a tourist website, it was important to add high quality images of each of the […]


Portraying Personality Through Bespoke Website Design

The Little Miss London website sells a collection of beautiful candles. Each one is inspired by iconic London locations such as Camden and Chelsea and future candles planned to launch include Shoreditch and Wimbledon. Due to this variance, the website required a custom design to reflect each element of the collection. This was achieved by having a single page to house all of the candles and from here visitors could click / tap through to each candle individually to learn more about it. Because there were no restrictions as no premade template was used; this overall product page was able to be built to give equal real estate (and therefore conversion potential) […]