Do You Care What a Website Looks Like?

48% of People Cited That a Websites Design is the No. 1 Factor in Determining the Credibility of a Business

Statistic Info

Looks are important to users. Think about when you tour a new house or apartment? If it’s a dump and looks like it’s a couple decades behind the times, most people will move on to their next option. It’s not that this is the only thing that matters to users, but it’s what makes them feel comfortable and establishes some trust. Don’t think that you have to have all the bells and whistles you see on these big tech sites to make a connection with your user, but keep in mind that it is important that you consistently update your website to keep it in the best possible condition.

More Design & Development Stats

Once on a Company’s Homepage, 64% of Visitors Want to See The Company’s Contact Information

You Have 10 Seconds to Leave An Impression and Tell Them What They’ll Get Out of Your Website and Company. After This Time (and Oftentimes Before), They’ll Leave

Small retailers may see up to 30% higher mobile conversion rates compared to large retailers.

Increasing Your Website Loading Speed Can Prevent The Loss of 7% of Possible Conversions

$6.8 Billion Dollars Are Lost Annually as a Result of Slow-Loading Website

39% of People Will Stop Engaging With a Website if Images Won’t Load or Take Too Long to Load

73% of Companies are Investing in Design to Differentiate Their Brands

Organizations in Which Creativity is Highly Valued are 46% More Likely to Have Exceeded their 2017 Business Goals

48% of Users Say That if They Arrive on a Business Site That Isn’t Working Well on Mobile, They Take it as an Indication of the Business Simply Not Caring

47% of Website Visitors Check Out a Company’s Products/Services Page Before Looking at any Other Sections of the Site