One of the biggest challenges web designers face is getting stakeholders to agree on the homepage. Organisations often have far too many people wanting their content on the homepage. The result is a mess; far too much information crammed into too small an area.
Our new Coffee Break Course, How to Get Homepage Design Approval, helps you solve this problem. In this quick video course, Paul Boag, founder of UK web design agency Headscape, will share his secret to getting agreement on homepage content: the User Attention Point Exercise. This is a technique which will ensure clients prioritise the needs of users over their own agenda.
If you haven't tried one of our Coffee Break Courses before, they're ultra-short video courses designed to teach a skill or concept in a single sitting. This one is less than ten minutes long, and by the end of it you'll be much better equipped to help your clients decide on an effective, uncluttered homepage. Watch the introduction below to find out more.
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