Growth-Driven Website Design
Growth Driven Design (GDD) is a modern web design approach which aims to eliminate some of the inefficiencies related to traditional website design approach. One of the main goals of GDD is to reduce the time and cost needed for launching a new website so that businesses can go to market faster and start gathering actionable customer insights through their new website. The other key goal of GDD is to optimize website performance by continuously introducing improvements which are based on data gathered from actual website users.
The Growth-Driven Design process is divided in two main phases. During Phase 1 we create the foundation which includes the strategy and the initial launchpad version of your website. During Phase 2 we leverage the insights gathered during strategy creation and from the already working launchpad to come up with ideas for improvements, implement them and observe their effect.
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B2B Growth Framework
Transform your B2B website into a highly effective lead source by applying a growth framework that engages your visitors and drives them to convert. Packed with tips on how to create an irresistible buyer's journey and a content formula that captivates your visitors, it also provides tools you can use to automate your processes and further optimize your website.
Transform your B2B website into a highly effective lead source by applying a growth framework that engages your visitors and drives them to convert. Packed with tips on how to create an irresistible buyer’s journey and a content formula that captivates your visitors, it also provides tools you can use to automate your processes and further optimize your website.
Design Systems 101: What are they and why do they matter?
There were approximately 1.94 billion websites in the world as of December 2018. Given the constant increase of internet users around the world, and the fact that more and more businesses are hopping on board the digital train, the competition for getting attention is fiercer than ever. But luring your market into visiting your website […]
Traditional Web Design vs. Growth-Driven Design
If you were to make and sell chocolates, would you rather produce it all in one go, sell it, and not have surefire purchases? Or would you rather start small, keep experimenting on what better suits your consumers’ tastes, but be assured things get better with every move? It’s exactly the same with creating a new website.