Yes, we can absolutely do UX design without development.
Development is responsible for taking the UX designs and turning them into a reality, while UX design is focused on crafting an optimal user experience and visual design.
However, it's important to have good communication between the two teams so that everyone is on the same page in regard to what's possible and what isn't.
Otherwise, we may run into frustration from team members who feel like their work is being blocked by unrealistic designs or from designers who feel like their work isn't being realized in the way they intended.
We have development experience, so we know what is possible. However, if you are looking to hire us for UX design, and work with another agency on development, we will need good communication and project management.
We’ve built sites on Shopify, WordPress, Wix and many other CMS tools. However, none of them give our customers, the kind of design, customisation and content control that's needed.
With Webflow, we can be agile.
We’re able to build exactly what is envisioned, and make improvements on design, copy and animation to any extent we require - and quickly. We are in control, and we know what steps to take to make you Successful.
We can guarantee most of our customers at least a 20% increase in conversions. If we think we cannot deliver that, we will be up front about it.
Any well-optimized website should see a conversion rate increase of at least 20%. However, the potential for conversion rate improvement will vary depending on the current state of your website and how much effort you put into CRO.
There are a number of factors that can affect your website's conversion rate, so it's important to approach CRO with a strategic and comprehensive plan. From conducting user research to improving site design and copy, there are many ways to improve your website's conversion rate. User research is a crucial first step in any CRO initiative. And this is where we strive at.
When it comes to conversion rate optimization (CRO), there are a number of things you can track in order to ensure success. For example, we typically track events like added to cart, purchases, forms filled, phone calls, visit and heatmap activity.
This helps us identify where people are getting stuck on our website, or which pages are not converting as well as they could be.
By tracking this data, we can then make changes to our website that will lead to increased conversions. It's important to note that CRO is an ongoing process, and you should always be testing new ideas in order to see what works best for your business - every sitaution, customer and industry is different.
The typical conversion rate varies depending on the industry. However, the average is usually between 2-3%. For example, in the ecommerce world, a common benchmark is a 2% conversion rate. This means that for every 100 visitors to your site, 2 of them will make a purchase.
In cases where you count a conversion for actions taken (Like newsletter sign up, phone call made or form filled out), you should be getting 3-4% conversion rates.
However, average should not define what is acceptable. We believe, it is always possible to implement something somewhere that will give you that extra 20% at the least.