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The issue “will you redesign your website " tend to be a critical problem for website owner. Many people start from small and basic sites, but this issue becomes extremely important especially when your site develops into an e-commerce site. At the beginning you spent little money and time on your site, therefore initially many people lack some knowledge about designing the site.

Many people start by using ready-made templates or skins, but this way is always limited, and you want to change. In either way you make your site survive, functioning. With the passage of time, when you've achieved some results, you still want to change its appearance in the end.

When you browse the internet, you may encounter the web design on other web sites, which sometimes makes you drop your existing website outlook and want to set up a Web site similar to what you would like to see. Or you see a competitor suddenly launch a new Web site design, which can also encourage you to redesign your website.

In fact you don't need to always redesign your site, even if you think this is very important. Your visitors are slowly increasing and familiar with your existing Web site, many of them may be your site's color scheme and layout designer, why should you make your site the same as your competitors', is it because he is your competitor and has a new design of the site? Why not update some of the key elements of your existing Web site, and maintain most of the original color scheme on the basis of the general framework? This can also exert positive impact, and can also maintain many things your existing users you like.

Redesign of a website requires a lot of money and time. While updating a small element can constantly enrich your site with little time and money. Maybe you'll keep your background colors and icons and the overall layout the same. You maybe just subtly use banner maker to change the banner style, or add some very subtle gradient color. Then you are on the right track. You may slightly change the appearance of the site, but this can give the site more refreshing look . . enabling it to meet today's new design standards.

If you just want to redesign your website or another similar site has done this, all these are not good reasons to redesign your site. You should redesign your site in order to make it compatible with the change of brand (such as logo, colors, names, etc. ), or add features (high availability), or because your Web site looks incompatible with many modern design trends and your website looks very outdated. While excellent design with a good usability can make sales increase dramatically. Therefore a good website design is very important.

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