Bringing vendor modules to eCommerce

Here at Juno Web Design we like to make sure online businesses can perform to their full potential, ultimately helping them make the sales they need to reach targets and maximise their profit margin. But, sometimes there’s more to it than meets the eye—a lot of ecommerce sites need to allow multiple vendors to sell their products from a single storefront, but in order to meet customer expectations it’s essential to make things as consistent

For Goodness Shakes—brand consistency across the social sphere

We all know how important brand consistency is in order to keep an audience engaged, and here at Juno Web Design we’re committed to helping you achieve that level of consistency across your multi-channel environments. With social networking becoming increasingly important we work hard to ensure a brand’s design translates to the social sphere, and having recently worked with For Goodness Shakes we thought we’d show you how it can be done. For Goodness Shakes

LAUNCH: Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Magento Integration for Graham and Green

Juno are committed to creating websites that are as visually stunning as they are practical, keeping in mind the needs of the end user as well as the business to offer the ideal combination of functionality and performance. That’s why we not only focus on the more aesthetic aspects of the design process but make sure to incorporate high-end software and business management tools as well, and Graham and Green is the latest company to

Create a clear path to purchase and reduce bounce rates

No website wants high bounce rates. If visitors arrive only to quickly head elsewhere it shows something’s wrong, and a lost visitor is a lost purchase and a missed sales opportunity. So why run the risk? A key area you need to address is the path to purchase, because if people can’t find (and buy) what they’re looking for quickly and simply they won’t hang around for long. The first thing you need to do

The three S’s of web design

Web design can be a tricky business. You need to craft a site that not only appeals to your target audience but one that can convert those visitors into sales, and you want it to look good for a visually pleasing yet wholly functional site. Basically, it needs to perform, but we don’t want to bombard you with hundreds of ways to do that. Instead, we’ve come to realise that good web design can be

Get the font sorted

A good website can mean the difference between securing a customer and losing them to the competition, and given it’s so vital it makes sense to put everything you can into your web design project. But, don’t just think it’s the big aspects that matter—even the finer details can make all the difference with the font you choose being a key consideration, so getting that sorted should be at the top of the agenda. These

How to convert a visitor into a buyer

Having a great website is all well and good, but if it doesn’t covert you’ve got problems. That’s the whole point of a site, after all—yes, you need it to attract visitors but you need it to convert those visitors into buyers, and putting plans in place to ensure that should be a key part of any web design project. The first thing you need to do is analyse how people are actually using your

Web design tips for start-ups

As a new business you want to give yourself the best start possible, and that means you need to consider every aspect of business management. Your website is one of the most important factors of all—it gives your company its online identity and in many cases will be the first impression potential customers get of your business, and that means you need to get it spot on. Well, we’re here to help, and here are

Creating a landing page that converts

A great website is all well and good, but if it doesn’t convert traffic into sales it isn’t having the desired impact. Considering the landing page could well be the first impression your visitors get of your business it really needs to perform, and here are a few ways you can create a landing page that converts: Get the content right. Content matters, particularly in this day and age when quality and value are key

The importance of choice in RWD

We all know the importance of responsive web design these days. With mobile browsing only ever being on the rise we need to give users the experience they want on the device they choose, and that means implementing a design that can adapt to different screen sizes to offer a familiar, usable experience at all times. But, what about giving users choice? Sometimes forcing a different layout on them will put them off rather than

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