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have a full screen website like these? Or blank bands down
each side? In
last few months, we have seen a virtual “plague” of client websites
that aren’t what they should be, aren't what the client expected, and
frankly, are disappointing.
plain or textured bands are stealing 20% of your web presence!
this happen, and how do you stop it happening to you? More
importantly, if it has already happened, what can you do?
affected by this practice have complained that the website they have is
not what they expected when they signed up. In each case, the
stories are similar.A
contractor presents a great design for the website . Buyers
see an impressive design, and decide to go ahead. When it’s
time for the finished site, they are surprised to see blank panels of
colour or texture down each side of the screen. That
impressive design is only a panel in the middle of the screen, taking
just 80% of the available width. The new web site is nowhere
near as impressive as the design they first saw and accepted.Commenting
on their disappointment that their “on-line face” is just a panel in
the middle of the screen, they are told it has to be that
way. Their new website is not objectionable, but
then it is not the blazing full screen display like the websites people
to. Disappointment, and lingering resentment take the shine
off this first web experience. Worse still, the
disappointment places strong reservations about developing further web
really matter? Certainly.
of the space available to impact site visitors is just wasted
blank 20% of your paid advertising space in a paper or
only 25 seconds of a 30 second television slot you paid for? or
advertiser acting in this way would be seen as wasteful, unreasonable,
and foolish. So, why should anyone accept a web design that
does the same thing? If you don’t want to accept this
disappointing outcome, there are steps you can take to change it.
Perhaps you can start to look like this .....Read
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the middle 80% of a show stand you paid for?
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