10 Design Trends that will Boost your Law Firm Website in 2017 [Infographic]

By Law Firm Suites - January 19, 2017
10 Design Trends that will Boost your Law Firm Website in 2017 [Infographic]

Use the tips in this easy to follow infographic to boost your law firm website and convert more leads into paying clients.

As the internet becomes more and more incorporated with every moment of our lives, it has become increasingly important that your website looks good and is easy to navigate.

But that is not always a simple thing to accomplish. The best converting online trends are always changing and updating. But at the same time, the goal of every design and user experience change is to increase conversions. For lawyers, this means updating your site so when new visitors land on your homepage, they are more likely to fill out a form or call you to set up a consultation.

To help, the marketing and design experts at The Deep End Design have been sorting through the always-changing list of design and user experience trends. Picking out the most promising and successful strategies. They then put their findings into this easy to digest infographic.

Take their advice and consider their suggestions when updating your firm’s website this year. Then sit back and watch your website convert more leads into excited new clients.


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