The 3 Voices of Your Web Design

Your content is not the only aspect of your site that speaks. Learn three ways that your web design starts a nonverbal conversation with your visitors, from branding to layout and persuasive navigation.
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If content is king, then your web design is the king’s herald. In our most recent SlideShare presentation, we’ll cover the three voices of your web design and the ways that the communicate with your visitors:

    • Branding: Your Personable Voice – learn how your branding elements, from your logo to your color scheme and typography, give your business a distinguishable character.
    • Layout: Your Conversational Voice – learn how your layout establishes a flow of thought in your visitor’s minds, creating the framework for your digital conversation.
    • Navigation: Your Empathetic Voice – learn how your navigation goes beyond your menu options and works to anticipate your visitors’ needs and thought processes.


Jason was a Communications Specialist with four years of ecommerce marketing experience. He graduated from Texas A&M University with a BA in English and a minor in Speech Communication. When he is not reading and writing, Jason enjoys cooking and spending time with his two rescue dogs.

2 Responses to “The 3 Voices of Your Web Design”

  1. Joanne Dixon

    Will I have my own domain name? Can I be found in a search? How will people pay me? I haven’t seen all of that yet on the web site.

    • Jason Ferguson

      Hello Joanne,

      You can either purchase a domain name through Volusion or through another domain purchasing site. Regardless of the path you choose, domain registration is typically a low annual fee, unless you are attempting to purchase a domain that is already owned by someone else. Volusion offers advanced SEO options to make your pages easier to find in search engines and shopping cart software as well. If you would like more information, be sure to check out our main site and learn more about our store builder.


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