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A Challenge to Website Owners

Ask any experienced Personal Trainer or Nutritionist, and I’m sure they will agree that one of the most effective ways to improve your health and eating habits is to keep a log of everything that you eat for 2 weeks. If you are honest with yourself and keep a truthful record, you will be able to see where you are participating in negative behaviors and how you can make adjustments that will benefit your lifestyle. 

This same idea can be applied to your website, but without spending two weeks of your valuable time. For one day (or half a day), we challenge you to take note of every website that you visit and keep track of the following items:
1. The website 2. Is it your first time or are you a return visitor 3. Why you went on the site a. To gain information b. To buy something c. For entertainment purposes 4. Were you successful/ did you leave the site in the middle of your session 5. What caught your eye 6. Did you view the site on a desktop/mobile/tablet
Understanding how you interact and make decisions on websites is challenging because it is difficult to be self-aware; We may not realize why we preform certain online actions. Once you pay attention to how you navigate sites, you will have a better idea of what a measurement of a successful user session looks like, and can take a closer look at your own site. DC Web Designers’ president, Mark Cyphers, has spent a lot of time educating clients on the importance of creating a “user-centric” website and the dangers of having an “organization-out” design and content architecture. We can help you obtain the successful user sessions your website needs. 

Call us at 410-740-9181 or email us at for more information on the benefits on user-centric websites. 


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