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Anatomy For Successful Landing Page

So you have spent loads of time and possibly money driving traffic to your awesome site selling your products or services, but you aren’t getting enough leads. Your website is drop dead cool and your products are definitely worth buying, so what’s the deal? Well, it means that your conversion rate is low, which you already know. This could be a result of a number of things.

Visitors may not know how to buy your product or service, they may not know exactly what you do, or they may simply just need you to tell them what they need to do in order to acquire your services. How do you fix this problem, you ask? You, my friend, need a landing page.

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Clean and Minimal Website Example


Olivier Staub

A well-designed website is important for the growth of a business and often to create a fresh and clear image for a company or a product. Minimalism has been a popular website design style for years. With more and more designers adopting this type of style there are now lots of great clean and minimal designs around on the Web.

Minimal design is actually a lot more difficult to achieve than you might think; keeping your designs clean but bursting with important information is a fine balance. So for today, we have collected some fresh and stunning examples of clean and minimal web designs to inspire you for your next project.

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Inspirational Examples of Eye Catching Website Design


Best Psd Freebies

This website is very clean, neat, and has an amazing front page featured slider. A well laid out site that makes great use of white space.

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37 Signals

A very nice and simple site again that does something that most sites don’t do. They center everything. It really works for this website.


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46 Examples of HTML5 Websites


HTML5 technology is the proposed next extensive major revision of HTML. It works on every platform, is compatible with older browsers, and handles errors gracefully. HTML5 adds many new syntactical features. These include the video, audio, and canvas elements. These features are designed to make it easy to include multimedia content on the web without having plug-in and APIs. Other new elements, such as section, article, header, and nav are designed to enrich the content. In this Today’s post showcased 46 Best Inspirational Examples of HTML5 Websites.


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Web Design Trends in 2011

1. More CSS3 + HTML5

What a gratifying sigh of relief! CSS3 and HTML5 have been on the distant horizon of web design for the past couple of years, but now, in 2011, we see an explosion of it. Designers are finally starting to let go of Flash. However you may feel about Flash, you do know that it does not play well with some of the hot, new technology available to your current and potential visitors. In 2011, you will slowly step away from Flash and embrace the magic known as HTML5. Look at the amazingly similar comparison:

Now that’s shown, please understand that Flash and HTML5 are not equal opponents. There is plenty of room for both in 2011. The problem is that designers in 2010 (and before) misused Flash. Case in point, very rarely should your entire site be made of Flash, especially these days. HTML5 alleviates some of the burden we have placed on Flash. However, HTML5 cannot (yet) replace the extraordinary design elements we can achieve through Flash.

Perhaps even more exciting is the fact that CSS3 is available to us in a real way this year. Move over Photoshop (wow, Adobe just cannot rest), because CSS3 is making short work of text shadow, border radius and image transparency. If you have not already begun, now is the time to really delve into understanding CSS3 and HTML5.

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