Your website is a work of art. The design is clean and beautiful, the visuals fit perfectly with your brand, and the entire site is structured to quietly guide users where they need to go.
But there’s a problem: Users aren’t cooperating.
Most of them seem to insist on using your site incorrectly. They’re not navigating to the right pages, no one is contacting you or filling out the forms, and most importantly, the number of people buying what you have to offer is much lower than it should be.
This is a trap many companies fall into: They put great effort in designing a website based on how the user is “supposed” to use it.…Continue reading