Want a killer landing page? Well, we’ve hunted through the web to find some of the best blogs on the subject. Here are some of the most helpful landing page tips, from some lovely experts within the industry.
What is GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a series of changes to the way that data is captured, used and managed for everyone in the EU. The purpose of this regulation is to give everyone better control of the data that can be captured and used about them. Any person you hold information on has the right to request you erase their data. So if an individual asks you to remove their data from your systems, you have to do so.
I can’t say i’ve ever given much thought to the National Health Service’s email systems, obviously until last month when the NHS suffered a mass cyber attack. Following the attack the NHS have implemented a ban on opening documents attached to emails. However, HubSpot’s ‘linked documents’ are still openable.
Document links can be used in your blog, within emails or on your website.
And that’s not all, document links are a great and safe way to ensure that your email doesn’t get picked up by spam filters and end up not reaching your recipient.
During my days of academia, it was drilled into me to write formally. Heaven forbid I start a sentence with ‘And’, or slip in a contraction! And, well, I’d be absolutely slaughtered for that exclamation mark. Formal writing makes you appear more educated, yes. And you’re less likely to offend because you’re always neutral and passive. But my God, at what cost?!
Snorefest: over. Finally, conversational messaging is seeping into the business world. With brands like Innocent Drinks winning hearts with their informal, friendly tone of voice, many others have followed suit. It’s clear that people want to see the human side of their favourite brands. Because if a brand is relatable, they’re more likely to make a lasting impression.
Sometimes we get carried away with making our websites look cool. But choosing style over substance is a risk when it comes to user experience (UX). So at the risk of sounding a bit cynical, we’ve decided to write about the most annoying web design trends of 2017.
There are some principles of design that are deeply rooted in human psychology. Invision like to call these ‘phantom guides’. These are what drive our subconscious and attention to the precise point where the designer wants it to be. And a lot of the time we don’t even notice.
We have some more exciting news for you – just earlier this week we were listed as one of the four HubSpot certified CMS Design Partners in the UK!
So, I created a HubSpot blog post layout element in Orchard for a recent project (which I intend to write a post about later). I was then asked to make it personalised by country, so users would see different blog posts based on which country they were in. This is how I got around to globalising Orchard layout elements…
Feeling anxiety, stress and ultimately disappointment each time your website undergoes its once-in-a-blue-moon redesign?
Here are the 5 main reasons why most website redesigns fail, and tips on how to quickly launch and own a site that learns from past failures, attracts visitors, and improves conversion rates.
Wait, where was I going with this? *Checks notes* Ah.
So, unfortunately, we’re all becoming a bunch of short-attention-spanned scatterbrains. And no, it’s not just you being flakey; new research has revealed that human beings are more forgetful than ever.