UX (User Experience) Consulting
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There is more than meets the eye when it comes to your website’s user experience, and a UX consultant might be just what you need to sell more product, generate more leads, and retain your users’ attention longer.
What a ProtoFuse UX Consultant can offer
For $499, we can provide you with a thorough UX (User Experience) Design review of your website in 3 to 5 business days. We’ll then take 1 hour to walk you through them via a GoToMeeting (or face to face if local to Orlando).
How the consulting works
We’ll review your existing website in great detail and grade it on a scale of 1 to 5 on structure, usability, content strategy, best web development practices, accessibility, call-to-actions, inbound marketing effectiveness, measurement and visual design.
This package packs a lot of punch because you’re allowing us to stick your website under a microscope and — as we say in user research — “fight” for the user.
A qualified and seasoned user experience consultant will detect and uncover areas of your website that you weren’t aware needed fixing.
Similar to our SEO Consulting, you’ll receive a detailed document and a 1 hour digital meeting via GoToMeeting. We’ll even record this meeting and provide you with the video for later reference. If local to Central Florida, you can come into our Orlando office and Eric Sharp will be your UX consultant and walk you through your graded website in person.
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