Basic UX Analysis

Do you have traffic coming to your website but very few visitors actually making purchases or becoming clients? Do you wish you could determine what your site visitors are doing while they’re on your website? Are you interested in learning how to improve your conversions (site users taking the action you want them to take)?

User Experience, also known as UX, helps to increase sales, sign ups, contact, and user engagement.

During a UX Analysis, our team examines your site as it would be seen by users in your target market. We have two main offerings: a Basic UX Analysis, and a Deep UX Analysis.

In a Basic UX Analysis, we use standardized, professional User Experience tests to determine how your website measures up against UX standards. The ultimate goal is for us to determine what aspects of your website need to be adjusted to provide a seamless experience for your target market. This ensures that your most valuable leads get their needs met.

It has been our experience that well planned and executed UX equals higher conversions amongst site users, and a higher number of social shares among peers.

Our Basic UX Analysis includes a report with notes on our findings, along with a list of actionable items for your team. Once you have the data from us, you can either give it to your existing website team, or you can hire us to implement the needed changes for you. Depending on your available budget, we can implement all of the changes at once, or work through them step by step over a number of months.

Contact us today to sign up for a Basic UX Analysis and find out how to improve your website conversions.

If you would like a deeper examination of your website, consider our Deep UX Analysis. During a Deep UX Analysis we create specific, target market based user profiles, and work with them throughout our testing. The results can be more accurate and gain a higher level of market-specific data.

It has been our experience that well planned and executed UX equals higher conversions amongst site users, and a higher number of social shares among peers.

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