Every company operating through the Internet has its own Company website. It is the company’s online home on the World Wide Web. The content of any Company Website relates to the business it is engaged in over the Internet and all activities the Company conducted via the Company Websites conform to applicable laws and regulations in all relevant jurisdictions. If the company is established in your country, the Companies House will provide you with a copy of the Companies House document containing the Memorandum and Articles of Association for your Company.
What Your Customers Really Think About Your Company Website?
Your company website must be designed in such a way that it attracts user attention, generates a high degree of traffic, provides information about the company and its products/services to the users, enables the users to make purchases or enquiries, and provides a means by which the users can make direct contact with the company. It should also provide a mechanism by which the users can subscribe to the mailing list, leave feedback, ask questions and receive answers to these queries. If a company website does not contain all of these elements, then it is not a fully responsive website.
A company website should have a good user experience, where the navigation is logical, fast and smooth and the layout of the pages is clean and easy to follow. The navigation of the pages should be logical, whereby the users do not have to scroll very far to access the section they want to use. If there is a need for navigation through a series of pages, then it would be advisable to include a table of contents so that the navigation can be made logical and easy. The scroll bars and buttons used to navigate the pages should be as subtle as possible and at the same time as flashy as possible – this can attract attention and improve the user experience.