It may seem a bit curious that more than a few app websites are only given a cursory inspection by app owners. It is given before being largely ignored because visitors have gone elsewhere.
The reason for a given website may be completely valid in that it addresses a well-established need. It has a poor showing when it comes to converting visitors to users of the app in question.
The fault doesn’t lie with the app itself, especially if it’s one that a visitor will see as having value. It lies rather with the design of the website, a design which somehow fails to guide a visitor to the point where he or she decides to buy.
The design has to accomplish three things; attract a visitor, engage that visitor, and lead that visitor to the desired goal – selecting the product.
Creating a design that will accomplish these three things doesn’t need to be difficult; and it won’t be if you take advantage of these 5 simple tips.
5 Simple Tips for Creating High Quality App Websites
Tip # 1: Choose a spellbinding color palette
Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder. Not everyone will necessarily agree with what you consider to be a spellbinding color palette. You don’t have to please everyone of course, and you likely have a very good idea of what a color palette should consist of to attract attention.
Still, if you stick to the following 3 simple rules you should be dead right every time.
• The palette should highlight colors that immediately attract attention
• The colors you rely on most heavily should be on brand
• The palette you choose should visually support the website’s message
This Headspace example illustrates how pastel color touches can not only be as effective as bold, brash colors, but even more so. Pastel colors tend to give your site a lighthearted look; one that helps support the message.
On the other hand this Be Theme pre-built website effectively uses an eye-catching palette of bold colors to attract and engage visitors.
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Whether you’re skipping Black Friday to concentrate on Cyber Monday or planning for a shopping spree during both days doesn’t matter. The subject here is Cyber Monday Deals, and there are some great ones indeed. Some Cyber Monday deals expire at midnight on Monday December 2nd, others are valid a day or two longer, and some are valid to mid-December.
It’s a good idea to check so you don’t miss out and have to wait a year for the next great deals to appear.
That said, let’s see why some of these Cyber Monday deals can prove to be a wise investment.
1. Brizy Cloud Website Builder
The Brizy Cloud Website Builder offers a Free Forever Plan in addition to two paid plans. We suggest you take advantage of the free plan to check this remarkable tool out, see if one of the paid plans would make sense, and make your decision before the Cyber Monday discount deal expires.
With Brizy, you can create beautiful multiple page websites quickly and efficiently. You’ll have more than 150 customizable layouts to work from together with 700+ design blocks. Coding is not a requirement and you have full control over how you design and build your sites.
Although the Free plan is just that, we suggest you open a free account. You’ll need to do that if you’re pleased with what you’ve created and wish to save what you’ve built.
The Cyber Monday deal applies to Personal and Studio paid plans; two very affordable plans that have more to offer than the free plan and are available at a 40% discount on December 2nd and 3rd. The discount code is CM40OFF. Read the rest of this entry »
Csstyle is a modern approach for crafting beautifully maintainable stylesheets. The csstyle method is implemented using a set of SASS mixins that make your CSS readable and semantic, generate your selectors for you, and automatically handle things like specificity and nesting. csstyle makes your project’s styling refreshingly consistent.
To get started just import the csstyle mixins, add an id=”csstyle” to your body tag (used for automatic specificity handling), and you’re set. You’ll be pleasantly suprised how much better these simple building blocks make writing CSS. Happy styling!
License: MIT License