Working with web designers is hard. They speak their own language and engage you in activities that you’ve never even imagined. It’s hard to make the most out of your investment in such an environment.
As one of the few British agencies to successfully adopt the agile approach to web design, we know and understand those issues too well. Over the years, we’ve evolved to eliminate many bottlenecks between the agency and the client. And we’re here to share all of that knowledge with you. To help you understand our industry, and to build a better Web for everyone.
I appreciate the user feedback and their agile approach to web design and development. I really liked website workshops with them.
Justyna, Chief of Staff at Repositive
With other web design agencies, we would’ve had limited testing, but with NerdCow, from day two, we were doing user testing.
Mario, Director at Leftover Currency
We doubled leads generated from our website in the first month of launch.
Luciana, Head of Marketing at Transport Exchange Group
User experience encompasses all aspects of the end-user’s interaction with the company, its services, and its products.
Do you know the difference between the hero section and banner? What about the header and above the fold? If you’re not confused yet, we applaud you. These are four terms for the very same thing. People use them interchangeably, and it gets extremely confusing.
Working for a business with an online presence requires interdisciplinary knowledge. Without getting on the same page with your agency, a mismatch of expectations will be looming over your project all the time. Our Web Design Fundamentals explain the core concepts and terminology to help you avoid that.
Removing a single optional input field from a contact form can bring in millions in additional revenue. Unforeseen issues are common, expensive, and often easy to avoid. If you’re struggling with the more advanced aspects of web design, this is the best place to start.
The practical web design tips introduce you to the tools and techniques needed to improve the conversion rate on your website. Learning about them will help you score the wins your website desperately needs.
A proactive approach to web design is crucial. By the time something becomes a “best practice”, it’s almost obsolete. Equally, new trends are very volatile and often short-lived. Our web design trends section cuts through the noise and brings you all the relevant information about them.
Includes tools to maximise your website potential.