Hey there, this is Amanda Ross with Brand in A Snap. So, this is video number eight in the 10 part series, 10 Ways Your Website is Saying No to Your Clients and How to Get it To Say Yes.
Number eight is all about no fun house mirrors.
What I hate, what makes me crazy from a design aspect and as a client or potential customer to someone is when I go to their website and the images are squished or they’re squished this way.
So people are either really extra tall, or people are really extra short and larger than they should be.
When I see that, I immediately think, “Oh they didn’t know what they were doing.” I know that right away. Whoever did that had no idea what they were doing, because there’s zero reason, zero reason why your images would be disproportioned. There’s not reason for that to happen.
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If that’s happening on your website you need to get that fixed, because it’s telling a story to every single person that’s arriving to you website. It’s telling them that either you did it yourself or whoever you hired sure as heck didn’t know what they were doing.
Maybe you hired somebody super cheap, and they didn’t know. Now cheap isn’t necessarily bad, as long as the person knows what they’re doing. But that’s the impression that that gives off, okay?
You wanna make sure that all of these little tiny things, they matter. They really, really, really, really, really matter. So you don’t wanna tell the story that you don’t know what you’re doing, and your website doesn’t matter.
It does matter, and you do care. And whoever did this maybe just didn’t know. And that’s okay that they didn’t know, but now is the time to fix it.
It’s time to get that fixed. Okay, so if you have anything like that, get that sorted out.
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