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  1. Userflow

    Just started without my new company in the Netherlands , called userflow.

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    1. Userflow

      Message was deleted?! Sorry , can’t use mobile smiley’s I think. What I was saying.. Like the article about userflow, because I am skilled, always learning, in Interaction design and interface design. Will read some more of you articles.

  2. cyfrowe

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  3. Baskar

    Thanks very much for sharing. You said “Minimize friction. Ask for the minimum amount of information, reduce the number of fields, extra clicks and page-loading time. Use trust elements.”………………..could you please expalin what do you mean by trust elements

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  4. Randy – It looks like you have the right instincts. There are so, so many ways to sell online, and I’m sure this web design coach’s strategy works, but it just depends on how the site it set up.

    To use myself as an example, I work for a design company that sells visual assets via our website, so our website *is* our primary marketing tool, but it’s also our shopping area and checkout.

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  5. Randy

    Thanks for the post. Did you go through this process in designing your blog? Or was it more common sense and testing? I’m curious about user flow on smaller sites with no ecommerce.

    One “expert” designer suggests through video that the only real objective of your site is a marketing tool and to build your list, and sell there. Their niche is web design for coaches and consultants. I’m not so sure, what do you think?

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  6. Paula

    I must say – practice what you peach! You’re images link to themselves not the websites they are a screenshot of. How could you! Big no-no….

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    1. Peep Laja Peep Laja

      Intentionally, to show a larger size version. There’s a link to the website above the images. And I have not preached to do otherwise.

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