Take 10: UX for the Non-Techie—How to Better Guide the User Through Your Site
- Jon-Mikel Bailey
- Fri, Oct 3, 2014
- 10 minutes
User experience (UX) is not just about web development, or even just the end users. In fact, you don't have to be technologically savvy to know how to guide users to your site—you simply have to know how to provide them with value.
In this 10-minute tutorial, you'll learn some simple UX tricks to improve your website and your clients' journey to ensure that each page contains useful information and a meaningful call to action. Plus, you'll learn how staying agile can quickly enhance the UX and keep your clients coming back.
Jon-Mikel Bailey worked in sales, marketing, and business development for technology and marketing firms before co-founding Wood Street in 2002. He gives seminars on web marketing, social media, branding, design, and development to chambers of commerce, trade associations, and colleges.
Who Should Attend?
If you are a business owner, marketing professional, or have an interest in the success of your website, this Take 10 will give you simple tricks you can use to improve your users' experiences.
What Will You Learn?
- What user experience (UX) is
- Simple tricks to improve your website's UX
- UX and the client's journey
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