What if there were a magical search engine where you could find recipes, DIY decor tutorials, planner printables, gift guides, gardening tips, wardrobe ideas, craft patterns, kids activities, makeup videos and more. But instead of reading just the headlines and descriptions, you could see a preview of the content and make a snap judgement about whether it was something you wanted to click through? For over 100 million users, Pinterest is that visual search engine.
If you're ready to refresh your website or online store, consider the latest website design trends for 2017. Think fewer menu options, more minimalist layouts and authentic photos that will help streamline navigation and tell a clear brand story to potential customers.
Practically every visitor to a website arrives there via its home page. Yet, for many small sites, this page is often poorly thought out since it's not entirely clear what goes there. How can you create an effective home page design when you're not even sure what to put on it?
Is it time to refresh your website's look? The start of the new year is the perfect opportunity to tweak your website or give it an updated design.
Great websites draw you in and make you want to learn more. The best sites compel you to take action, either to make a purchase, share with your friends or maybe join a mailing list. We recently took a tour of Weebly sites to find 11 examples that meet this standard in a variety of creative ways.
Whether you’re a large business or a sole proprietor, creating a website for your company is a vital advertising tool. You can build brand awareness or sell products and services directly with a great website. Your website also serves as an important resource for customers to find information about your business.
Is there a connection between happy, sad, angry or excited that gets users to complete an action? There is. Did you know that you can create an emotional design that resonates with your website's visitors and encourages them to interact with your brand.
“Your logo here.” How many of us really think about that sentence? Adding your logo on any paper, document, any webpage or piece of content, instantly identifies you. Your logo is like an endorsement, a fingerprint, a portrait. It says, “This came from us. This is who we are. This belongs to us.”
A business card is the ultimate tool in promoting your brand: it’s small enough to fit in a coat pocket, it contains all your important information and it’s affordable. It's important for your business to make a connection anywhere and everywhere you go, so having a business card on you at all times is a great business decision.
Whether your website is a simple blog or an up-and-coming eCommerce site, it’s likely that you have one important thing in common with many others who are busy staking out their presence online: You’re probably working from a home office.
Start Your Something
At Weebly, we believe that everyone deserves a chance to build something new and do what they love. The Inspiration Center features experts sharing what they've learned about starting and growing these types of big ideas.