Your Website: When to Iterate and When to Overhaul

Hosted by Big Duck

October 16, 2018 3:00 pm–October 16, 2018 4:00 pm

Your site needs work, but where do you start? Trends are moving toward constant small improvements on websites, rather than full redesigns. But will that be enough? Farra Trompeter, Vice President of Big Duck, and Rose Liebman, Vice President of Accounts at Advomatic, will show you how to determine the best way forward for your organization—considering your budget, CMS, latest web standards, and your goals.

We’ll also discuss which situations are best suited for iterative change and when it’s best to start over.

You’ll learn:

  • The steps to define your current issues. You may find that what seems like a site-wide problem may be more isolated than you think.
  • How to take the information you gather and decide which approach to redesign would work best for you.
  • Best practices for maintaining the health and longevity of your site and avoiding the need for massive site overhauls in the future (hint: the best time to iterate is right after the release of your new site).

Please note, spaces for this webinar are limited. Log in early to ensure you’re one of the first 150 participants. If you’re unable to attend, recordings will be available.

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