Millennials ought to be a central focus of your e-commerce sales and marketing strategy. This group (typically those born between 1980 and 2000, although opinions vary somewhat) is 80 million strong in the U.S., spending $600 million per year. By 2020, they will represent 30 percent of the economy, making them a crucial part of your sales initiatives, and a vital interest when developing your e-commerce website design. Here's how to lure those lucrative Millennials to your e-store and earn their long-time loyalty.
mobile website design
Are you beginning to wonder what all the hoopla about having a website is? Customers line up at your competitors' sites, but yours sits sadly empty and largely ignored. What gives? When it comes to Michigan website design, there are some definite "do's" that don't necessarily come with instructions. Here's what your competitors are doing with their website design that you should be, too.
The New Standard
At Commercial Progression we take a proactive stance in the evaluation and adoptions of new web design standards. Responsive web design has arrived. The conversation has shifted. We no longer question if a site should be designed responsively; responsive design is the new standard. Technically this translates to a host of best practices for Drupal theming, user experience, and information architecture.
Having a website that responds to each visitor’s device is an essential improvement for every existing and proposed customer facing website. Optimized visual formatting and intuitive navigation experiences on a variety of devices are now a prerequisite component of every new web project or upgrade. Your customers expect every website to be easy to use on all of their devices: desktop, laptop, mobile phone, and tablets.