Traditional Website Design
With the digitization of the customer journey, businesses are increasingly relying on their websites to be the storefront of their business. This has caused a shift in the way websites fit into the overall business dynamics. According to the latest statistics, the industry average for a website redesign is between 12 and 24 months (from Hubspot - The Science of Website Redesign).
At HYPE we deliver modern online experiences ready for the considerate buying decisions. We help businesses facilitate customer evaluation by creating websites that deliver quick access to important information, intuitive navigation, and engaging calls to action.
We follow an agile process. This means that UX, visual design, and technology teams start working closely together from the very beginning of each project. Instead of waiting for UX to deliver completed wireframes, visual designers and developers start providing feedback immediately. As a result, our clients can see working prototypes and start providing feedback early on.
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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.