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Persuasion.

Usability.

Attraction.

A Scientific Approach to Website Design.

The final phase of the scientific method is proving the results to be replicable. This means we can take techniques we’ve used in the past and apply them to new website design (or website redesigns) and we know they will work because we’ve proven it multiple times over. The results are reliable.

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Using one website design element more than the others puts the project out of balance and has been proven to be less effective. Working the details to where it clicks together always creates a business attraction machine. This is the scientific approach to website design.

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"Not only have our search engine rankings improved dramatically since we started working with you, the website is producing significantly more inquiries from potential customers than it did before we engaged with you. We believe these improvements are directly related to the structural changes you have made to our website. We have appreciated your practical and cost effective approach."

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The Psychology of Color.

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