Ever wonder if there’s a scientific approach to web design? or Ever wonder how does other websites attract more visitors and yours don’t?
Well, keep reading to find out how you can attract more visitors to your website and learn to create better modern web design that gets better conversion rates. Also, I’m going to show you how science influences our behavior to purchase more and make decisions in 90 seconds.
Heck, I wanted to know if this was true.
A study shows science has been incorporated in business and consumer marketing for decades.
Studies has also shown that certain environments, products and design has the ability to make us buy something all the time.
But what makes us buy something?
In this article, I want to cover how scientific research is involved in 2 types of web design methods.
So where do people focus most of the time when looking at a website?
According to Psychology Labs, most people look at the top left hand corner and upper right corner where the home, about, services, products and contact information is located. In my opinion, these are called the hot spots. So it’s obvious that web designers should focus more on these areas and the middle of the page. Web designers also should focus on making the buttons and areas of the website where you want people click a button or input their information more bolder and brighter.
This case study measures the heat maps on the landing page conversion.
The place where you see that’s red is where people looked at the most, which was the red call-to-action button.
By using the heat maps, they were able to observe the data that otherwise, wouldn’t convert. The business was able to improve their conversion rates significantly.
This is awesome for two reasons:
I can focus on the areas of the page and emphasize it more by adding a bolder color like a red call-to-action button, so people can buy something from me.
I can have more conversions to my page and more money in the bank. Yess!
Takeaways from this was…
Visitor first sees the image but is not as fixated on it as previously.
Visitor then moves to the main call to action and is the most engaged in this location.
Visitor then also reviews the quick contact form.
Visitor then investigates the offer in the top sales banner and is engaged.
Visitor then goes back to the image
Visitor then views the call to action in the top banner again.
Finally – the visitor ends on the logo.
If you concentrate on what parts you want people to buy from, you need to make these images pop by using a brighter color like red, pink, orange.
Also your brand name or action needs to be a bigger font something like this.
I also learned that if you have something important to tell everybody it should be large, for example:
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Now you get my drift, right?
Okay, great. Awesome!
Type 2: Colors
Did you know that colors play a significant aspect in purchasing and branding?
According to a study, Satyendra Singh, (2006) “Impact of color on marketing”, Management Decision, it states that people make up their minds within 90 seconds of their initial interactions with either people or products. About 62‐90 percent of the assessment is based on colors alone.
Among other evidence, the study displayed that managers can use colors to increase or decrease appetite, enhance mood, calm down customers, and, reduce perception of waiting time, among others.
Just to give you a glimpse of how brands uses colors, here’s a perfect picture of that.
If you want to have more visitors to your website you need to do 2 things:
have eye-tracking points on your website where you want the user to look or buy
incorporate good use of colorsto make your personality of your brand stand out
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