If you had your website designed prior to 2014, with the way things have been changing in the digital space, then it is highly likely your website needs a redesign to continue to give you the best results.
I love doing redesigns the most because of the reactions I get afterwards when people are getting all these additional leads and enquiries. – When someone has had a dud site, they appreciate one that converts well.
Often a key component of redesigns is making sure that it is responsive and looks good, functions and generates enquiries on both mobile devices and desktops. Many companies claim to make “mobile responsive websites” and they just make sure it displays on all devices. But there is so much more involved, the position of webforms, buttons and image sizes all needs to be considered on different devices and be adjusted to optimise conversions.
I’ll be upfront… I rarely just tweak existing websites, usually I rebuild it from the ground up because I want to squeeze every opportunity to improve conversions and I know in the long run the ROI for you is worth it.
The upside to redesigns is that we’ve got a bunch on content already and it’s usually much quicker and cheaper than a brand new site.