Posts tagged mobile
The easiest way to preview your Squarespace website on different devices - video tutorial

Whenever I build and design a website, one of my biggest considerations is how it looks and displays on different devices. Whether someone is viewing the site from a desktop, tablet or smartphone, I want to make sure that everything displays correctly and that the user experience remains unaffected!

There's a super easy way to do this if you're using Squarespace, and it's a trick I rely on with every single website I work with. Responsive design is a feature of every Squarespace template but unless you're a pro, you might not know how the site will end up looking on different devices after your design is complete unless you check it out for yourself.

My friend, let me introduce you to the wonderful world of Device View!

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How to use Squarespace analytics to better understand your website's audience

If you have a website, you probably have an audience. But how well do you know them? Who visits your site, how do they interact with it, and how can you use that information to support your website growth and online business?

Understanding your audience is the biggest component of marketing your website and/or online business. If you don't know your audience, you're going to have a really hard time connecting with them and converting them into clients (if that's your goal). 

There are several ways to draw insights about your website's audience and if you website is on Squarespace, the process couldn't be easier. Squarespace Analytics offers a TON of information and when you understand what it all means, it can have enormous impacts on your website and business. 

I've also created a FREE Audience Analysis and Evaluation Worksheet that you can use to apply the information you're learning in this article. 


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5 Web Design Choices that are NOT Okay!

Website design is one of our favourite subjects here on the blog and we love to cover it all - the good, the bad and the ugly. As we've mentioned, your website is often the first point of contact people have with you and your business, and it sets the tone with how your brand is perceived online. While your website will evolve and be updated over time, there are several features that you should avoid at all costs. Outdated technology and web design paradigms are usually the culprits when it comes to brutal web design choices.

Be sure to read through to the end of the article for a special bonus!

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