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    The Anatomy of a Perfect Website #infographic #socialmedia #sm #smm #in

  • Markham Lane

    Anatomy of the Perfect Website Design Infographic #WebDesign

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    CATEGORY: Internet Marketing   TITLE: The Anatomy of a perfect Website DESCRIPTION: Websites need a formula – a vivid blueprint that painstakingly weaves technicality, design, marketing and detail into something that will work for you as a marketer and your customers. Without this, most wouldn't function and your marketing efforts can be foiled. You may have navigation and usability down, but in today's fast paced climate you'll crash and burn without social media. What about SEO, where w...

  • Sami Wannell

    Anatomy of a perfect website: web design, navigation, social media, usability, SEO, content, tracking and analytics, footer.

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    The anatomy of a perfect website infographic - a targeted look at #webdesign, navigation, #usability, social media, seo, content, tracking & footer elements.

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"The anatomy of a perfect website" - Nice infographic!

The Anatomy of an Effective Web Design #Infographic A web design is made up of various components, all working together to accomplish a goal – whether it be building a community or selling a product.

Infographic of the Day: Anatomy of a Landing Page | Hunie

Web Design Infographic ... They have mobile marked in 2008, here it is 2013 and the majority of businesses are still not mobile.

Photographers aren't the only ones who get all the "intelligence-challenged" clients. Check out this Anatomy of a Horrible Web Design Client. It's awesome!

  • Sharon Tender

    This chart works for ad agencies and marketing firms also. Clients are so predictable. I had one client tell me he didn't want to see any design with Red and Green in it because about 7% of men are colorblind. I kid you not!

clean, limited palette, visual explanation of process that everyone can relate to

What Your Web Design Says About You ? So many subtle nuances can be conveyed just by your choice of hue.