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Your business is constantly in motion. Your website should be too.

The internet is ever-evolving. When your site doesn’t evolve along with it, it ages quickly. Your site should continuously improve to deliver an impactful, relevant experience that converts visitors into customers.

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94% of visitors don’t trust websites with old and degraded web design.

Is your website designed for user experience and growth? Or is it falling short?

Traditional Web Design is Broken

Only 49% of website redesign projects finish and launch on time. (source)

The struggle with traditional web design is that almost immediately after a site is launched, the design and content begins to grow stale. You become trapped in a vicious cycle of designing a site, letting it stagnate for years, then redesigning it again a few years later. 

This means you spend more money upfront for less return down the line.

With Growth-Driven Design (GDD), your website is never left stagnant

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Instead of a “set it and forget it” approach, GDD actively targets your users’ pain points to solve them and create a streamlined, modern website experience. In traditional web design, user experience is an important element but not the primary goal of a redesign. GDD is a new approach based entirely on user experience and hard data.

88% of online consumers are less likely to return to a website after a bad experience.

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The Benefits of Growth-Driven Design

Growth-Driven Design is a powerful new approach to web design. Instead of front-loading web design with a costly and lengthy new design, GDD treats your website like a living entity and focuses on substantive, impactful updates spread throughout a year based on actual user behavior.

Traditional Web Design

High upfront dollar and time investment

Processes often runs late and over budget because of unforeseen obstacles

Built on opinions, not research

Forgotten after launch

Growth-Driven Design

Cost spread out over smaller monthly investment

Launch a functional, yet smaller-scale, site quickly

Continuously make impactful improvements based on user data

Site is never stagnant and changes to match updates in Google and SEO strategies

Growth-Driven Design Works

1 Strategy

10-14 Days

Create a plan for your website to solve problems for your users.

  • Business and website goals
  • User experience(UX) research
  • Jobs to be done
  • Fundamental assumptions
  • Buyer Personas
  • Journey mapping
  • Global strategy
  • Brainstorm wish list
  • Keyword/content plan
  • Competitive analysis

2 Launch Pad

60-90 Days

Quickly build a website that's better than what you have today, but isn't a final product. Rather, your Launch Pad is the foundation to grow, optimize and build from.

  • Customize an acceleration approach
  • Run sprint workshops
  • Effective content development
  • Invest in internal efficiencies

3 Continuous Improvement

14-Day Sprints

With your Launch Pad website live and collecting data, we'll start identifying high-impact actions to grow your business.

See How it Works

Our Free eBook "An Introduction to Growth-Driven Web Design" is an in-depth dive into GDD
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Growth-Driven Design is not only easier on your wallet, but it’s also easier on your team and better for your customers. The average traditional website engagement generates an average of $18,500 in revenue. With Growth-Driven Design, the average website engagement is $48,000. (source)

GDD will take your website to the next level by improving consistently over time based on user feedback and designed for optimal user experience. Take your customers on a targeted journey to land more conversions and grow your business.

Growth-Driven Web Design Process

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With Growth-Driven Design (GDD), your website is never left stagnant. Instead of a “set it and forget it” approach, GDD actively targets your users’ pain points to solve them and create a streamlined, modern website experience. In traditional web design, user experience is an important element but not the primary goal of a redesign. GDD is a new approach based entirely on user experience and hard data. 

Because this is a more fluid process, there are a few steps that build into the preparation, but then it becomes a continuous flywheel that repeats steps and spins endlessly. 

Phase One: Preparation

1
Strategic Gameplan

Your Growth-Driven Web Design project will be based off the Strategic Gameplan described above that defines your goals, existing website and buyer personas. In this document you’ll find user experience research and recommendations from our team. 

2
Discovery

During discovery, our two teams will meet to discuss your project and timelines, priorities, and get feedback from each other. This will be a brainstorming session where we take what we’ve learned in the strategy, and compile a list of items that need attention.

We will, collectively, determine the 20% of items that will make 80% of the impact, and those items will guide your launch pad website build.

3
Design

Once you’ve given us the go-ahead, our team will get to work creating a functional launch pad website for your GDD project. You’ll be given a sitemap to review pages, wireframes to sign off on look-and-feel and finally an interactive but hidden mock-up of your site you can dig into. At each step, you’ll be asked for your feedback and approval.

4
Implementation

When you’ve decided on a design, our team will begin the implementation step: actually building the site. We’ll source content either from your existing website or that we’ve written as part of your program and plug it into your design.

5
Launch

Your launch pad website is released to the world, functional, but ready to be expanded and improved. 

Then we set up qualitative and quantitative data collection on your website to get data from users around reaching your company’s goals, make sure the fundamental assumptions about your users are correct, and test marketing hypotheses.

6
Continuous Improvement

This is the core of Growth-Driven Web Design. Your site is continuously expanded and added to, creating a flywheel that’s constantly in motion.

Phase Two: Continuous Improvement

1
Build

First, we prioritize and plan the steps for each action. Then we build each incremental change into the site.

2
Launch

We make each change live. Both steps 1 and 2 happen during 2-week periods called sprint cycles.

3
Monitor

Once the change(s) are live, we monitor them to see how users on the site respond. This stage is the most important in the Growth-Driven Design process.

4
Monthly Report

We put our findings into a monthly report, in which we analyze the data, track progress towards annual goals, and recommend next steps.

5
Monthly Client Meeting

We meet with you to discuss our findings and recommendations, as well as discuss upcoming action items.

6
Quarterly Review

Each quarter, we host a brainstorming session. During this session, both of our teams lay out ideas, that are then broken down into actionable steps. And this takes us back to Step 1: Build.

Our Work

Some successes our customers have had working with us: