Why is it a good idea to make a Progressive Web development?
· Despite network issues, it is dependable.
Statistics show that more than 65% of the people in the world use 2G internet connections. Progressive Web Apps can run without the network, so they can be used even when the network isn't reliable. The web worker service worker class makes all this possible.
Since PWAs are always sent over HTTPS, they are safer than regular web apps. This means that the app can't be changed and can't be messed with.
· Acts as if it were a native app
It can be hard to tell the difference between a Progressive Web App (PWA) and a Native App (NA). After all, a PWA looks, works, and even has features that are very similar to those of a native app. There are features like push notifications, system integration, putting an icon on the home screen, and more. Users can use it the same way they would use a native app.
What does it mean to redesign a website?
A website redesign is a major update that involves making big changes to things like your website's code, content, structure, and graphics so that they work better for your visitors. A good website redesign brings in more money, lowers the number of people who leave the site quickly, and makes it easier for people to use (UX).
Before redesigning a website, to ask about
Research is an important part of redesigning a website because it is the best way to find out what works and what doesn't, as well as to learn more about what your target customers want and how to make your website easier to use. When thinking about a redesign (or refresh), you should be able to answer the following questions about your current website and customers:
· What are your most important pages right now?
· Who goes to your site and why?
· What specific, measurable need does the current website not meet for clients?
· How does the rest of your team/business use the website?
· Which pages and parts work well?
· How will you figure out if the redesign worked?
Don't worry if you don't get the right answers right away. We'll go over them in the rest of this chapter and help you plan for redesigning your website, so you can be sure you're doing it for the right reasons and in the best way. But as a warning, here's what can happen if you don't ask these questions:
Making the UX/UI
UX/UI design has become more popular as more and more products move online. With the "internet of things," practically everything now requires some type of user experience consideration.
To make a product that people like, you usually need both a good UI and a good UX. For example, you could make a banking app that is easy to use and looks good (UI). It doesn't matter how great the software looks if it's hard to use or takes too long to launch (UX). You're not likely to want to use it.
On the other hand, a website might have a lot of original, useful content that is organized in a way that makes sense. But if it looks old or if you can't easily move from one panel to another or scroll through the options, you're probably going to leave the site.
We can help you make a website you can be proud of, whether you already have a WIX site that needs a makeover, or you need help starting from scratch.