How to Give Your Website a Quick (But Effective) Makeover – Website Review
Your website may have all the basics right, but still need a lot of improving. Even if you have a good product, a clear offer, a strong headline at the top of your homepage and so on, your site can still benefit from a good scrub-down.
How exactly you can do that is what today's website review video is all about.
The website we're reviewing today is called Body Sensing Method.
Here are some additional resources to help you get the most out of the video and improve your website:
One of the main issues with the Body Sensing Method website is that the visual design of the site makes it look a bit unprofessional. For good photos, there's no way around getting help from someone who's good with a camera. For everything else (layouts, color choices, fonts etc.), some basic web design knowledge is crucial. This post will show you the simplest 5 rules that will take your web design from amateurish to pro.
3 More Resources for Beautiful Images & Website Design
Making a good first impression is important and for your site, that means you need clean, professional looking design. We've put together even more resources to help you achieve this:
- Thrive University course (free): how to create professional looking featured images for your blog posts.
- Quick & free way to create website images & Facebook ad images
- How to create the perfect background image for your homepage (hero image)
This post expands on the "cleanup" approach from the website review video above. It provides a framework of just 3 questions that you can use to completely overhaul any landing page or even your entire site. All with the goal of decluttering your pages and increasing your conversion rates at the same time.
One of the issues we touch upon in today's website review video is "user flow". In this post, you can discover a lot more on how user flow affects your website's performance and conversion rates.
It's become very popular to use a large photograph as one of the main elements at the top of a homepage (similar to what we saw in today's reviewed website). This is called a "hero image" and the team at ConversionXL have this extensive post with do's and don'ts around this kind of image.
With the video and the resources above, you've got everything you need to give your website a quick but effective makeover. Let us know what you can clean up on your site! And if you have any other suggestions for today's reviewed site, we'd also love to hear about them. Just leave a comment below!
P.S.: would you like to see your own website reviewed in one of our posts? If you're a Thrive Member, you can submit your site here, for a chance to get it featured in a future website review post.