Your website homepage represents your business
Your website homepage represents your business in the way that your clothing serves as an extension of your individuality.
It’s also the basis for first impressions and many people form opinions within the first 7 seconds of meeting someone new.
Sure, we like to avoid superficiality and hope others recognise we are so much more than what our clothing communicates. But the truth is that first impressions can make or break as people are quick to make judgements.
So what makes a positively memorable homepage? Let's open your digital wardrobe and choose the best look.
The basics: The foundation for your homepage simply must be concordant with the core of who your business is. (Are you a suit and tie brand, or t-shirt and jandals brand?)
Style: Once you've covered the basics, it's important that homepage design also reflects the wider categories to which you belong. (Is your style more mix and match or perfectly coordinated?)
Finishing touches: The details are always the final consideration, but they are most important to your BizStory. (How many patterns is too many patterns?)
Once you work through from the basics to the finishing touches, the result should be succinct yet perfectly nuanced homepage content. If you're struggling to piece it all together, we're here to be your digital stylist- darling. Let's start with the basics.