Category: Design Advice

Psychology of design

Establishing trust between your business and your users

In order to be successful in the fast-paced world business, it is essential to have a high-quality website with a design that people can connect with and trust. Establishing trust between your business and your users can help to have your incoming traffic act and behave to your expectations. Trust doesn’t come easy, especially with digital scams, identify theft, and fraudulent schemes. Because of this, it is important that your website has a clear purpose and tells people what they need to know in an easy and presentable way.

A good example of high-quality websites that instill trust in their visitors is those from local Port Charlotte businesses created by Vontainment. Their websites use color, visuals, and negative space in a way that conveys in an easy to understand manner what their businesses are about and how they can help their customers. Check out our portfolio and see for yourself what we can do for you!

Port Charlotte Website

Does your Port Charlotte business need a website?

Stand out against the competition with a great modern website that works on any device from desktops, tablets and mobile phones. Wow your potential customers with a great design and informative information and build great brand trust.

Vontainment has been a trusted name in web design and online marketing in Port Charlotte for a decade. Don’t just trust us but check out our 5-star review on google. Check out our site design vs our competition and see the quality difference in our level of work. We strive to be on the cutting edge of modern.

Modern Web Design

2019 Web Design Trends

Hard to believe, but 2019 means we’re heading into the final chapter of the decade. The internet has grown and changed a lot in the past ten years: we’ve seen the reign of mobile, the introduction of AR, VR, AI, AMP, and many other acronyms. As exciting as all of this new technology has been, where we really see and feel these changes are in 2019 web design trends.

Designers have an … anxious … relationship with the idea of trends. On one hand, following the crowd feels wrong — after all, isn’t creativity doing anything but what everyone else is doing? To this line of thinking, the only value in knowing what’s trendy is knowing what you’re pushing against. You can’t simply do the opposite of a trend, of course. But knowing what the trends are making it easier to subtly comment on and/or critique them.

Quality Website

You need to have a high quality website

Websites are more than just places to house information about your organization, institution, or business. Websites “wear several hats” and serve as vehicles for many different objectives – from brand promotion to new audience cultivation, to lead generation and more. That’s why it’s critical to have a high-quality website that can serve each of these differing objectives.

Modern Web Design

10 Small Business Website Errors That Drive Customers Away

Visitors seldom leave a small business website with a neutral impression. For most prospects, your small business is an unknown quantity, so their first impression of your company will either make them more comfortable doing business with you or less comfortable. For this reason, you want their first experience with your website to inspire them to contact you—not your competitor.

Breathing New Life into an Old Website

Everyone working in development is bound at some time to discover they’ve been shelling out good money for hosting an old website that has been forgotten about. Rather than letting this investment go to waste, you could actually revive the old site by updating it. What you do with it after that is entirely up…Continue Reading “Breathing New Life into an Old Website”

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Serif vs. Sans Serif Fonts: Is One Really Better Than the Other?

There is an ongoing debate among designers – both print and digital – about what makes an ideal typeface for a project. The debate almost always breaks down to a single question: serif or sans serif? Before you answer that question, think about all of the things you know about serif and sans serif typefaces …

Design: Stick to These Best Practices of Page Navigation

A lot of people have experimented with the design of the page navigation. By now, we can make clear recommendations on best practices, while it still comes down to the individual case, however. The so-called menu we use for the page navigation can be placed in a variety of spots and can look entirely different…

No More FAQs: Create Purposeful Information for a More Effective User Experience

It’s normal for your website users to have recurring questions and need quick access to specific information to complete … whatever it is they came looking for. Many companies still opt for the ubiquitous FAQ (frequently asked/anticipated questions) fo…

2018 Style Offensive: 30 Free-to-Use Mockups

Simple screenshots or flat graphics don’t sell well. Today, it takes flashier presentations. Your web design displayed on a current Apple product, your framed poster on the wall. Now, we barely have the time to make every project accordingly appealing. Here’s where turnkey mockups come into play, allowing you to stage your graphics with a…