"Dynamic" has been the buzzword of the winter, but what does that really mean?
Here are a couple of definitions of "dynamic" to get us started:
- (of a process or system) characterized by constant change, activity, or progress.
- (of a person) positive in attitude and full of energy and new ideas
A dynamic website is one whose content is constantly changing, allowing visitors to interact with the site in a variety of ways. Here are a couple of ways a website can accomplish this:
- Rotating updates such as: events, new offerings, instagram
- Responsive design (mobile friendly!)
- Prompts users to do something with great Calls To Action
One significant advantage of dynamic websites is their ability to improve user engagement. With dynamic pages, users can interact with the content in real-time, without the need for page refreshes or manual updates. This functionality allows for a more seamless browsing experience, with content that is continuously updated and relevant to the user's needs. Dynamic websites can offer greater flexibility in terms of content presentation, allowing for customizable layouts and designs that can be adjusted based on user preferences.
Below are a few ways our clients are using dynamic websites:
An ever-updating carousel of new beers offers a colorful, dynamic experience for users.
Fun movement provides users a friendly and engaging introduction to the site.
A robust calendar with high quality photos and lots of events creates a user-friendly experience.