Integrated digital insights can help industry cut waste and embrace the circular economy

Analytical tools that have been around since the 1990s could be the key to boosting sustainability by giving businesses an overview of the massive amounts of data their operations generate.

Industries across the world are aware of the impact of their consumption. The production of waste has correlated with the release of emissions into the atmosphere. The UN’s announcement that responsible energy consumption should be the default approach makes sense to industries keen to protect the planet and avoid reputational damage.

The circular economy model is right at the heart of the solution: a process in which waste is eliminated and the constant use and recycling of resources is encouraged. But this approach must bring clear business value if it is to be implemented across whole industries, and relied on through thick and thin.

Sage research shows three-quarters of manufacturing and distribution organisations have a circular-economy strategy already; their prioritisation of green processes is a strong first step. Now, they should look to technology to strengthen their approach to waste, through reducing costs and bringing benefits to the business that make the circular economy a value-added and irresistible model for industry.

One of the persistent challenges of boosting business sustainability has been the sheer complexity of modern organisations. Decision-makers have a vast treasure trove of data and insights to draw from, produced by incredible numbers of IoT-connected devices installed across production lines and supply chains. However, most business leaders lack the time and resources to properly analyse this information.

Large and fragmented data infrastructures only make this problem worse. When data environments are siloed and not connected together, precious insight loses its value. A connected sensor could detect and report waste or inefficiency at a particular plant or factory – but if this information isn’t collated and shared, a business is powerless to stop it.

This is where ERP (enterprise resource planning) comes into play. ERP is a form of software that connects every aspect of business process. From supply chain through to customer relationship management, inventory to human resources, all core business data can be captured in one system. ERP could be considered the nervous system inside a business’s digital body. It connects all systems together so they can provide more value, and for longer.

Traditional ERP software has been in use since the 1990s, but more recent cloud-based systems have dramatically improved the speed, flexibility and affordability of these solutions. ERP systems can now connect, exploit and provide visibility into every business system and part of the supply chain, courtesy of the cloud. It’s this potential that is encouraging manufacturers to increase their spend in ERP to record amounts – predicted to peak at $14bn by 2024.

The potential for ERP to improve industrial sustainability is enormous. Business leaders will have an unprecedented understanding of their organisations, with tools and analytics capabilities that help them identify waste and inefficiency fast and effectively. This could be anything from overproduction at a facility to excess power consumption by a single machine or application. Once the problem has been discovered, managers can move quickly to resolve it. In this way, ERP-driven visibility is crucial for sustainable manufacturing and distribution.

Of course, it isn’t just the environment that benefits from lower emissions and reduced energy consumption. There’s a false dichotomy between sustainable approaches and business success. Indeed, it’s estimated that businesses globally could save $26 trillion by 2030 if they adopt more sustainable practices. Reeling from the disruption of the pandemic, manufacturers are focused on cost-cutting and efficiency, prioritising core activities and trimming the fat from operations. Less waste and reduced energy consumption can only minimise costs across operations as manufacturers spend less on materials and their energy bills.

ERP-driven operations also contribute greatly to business resiliency. The experience of the pandemic has shown us that supply chains can break, and all too quickly. But with ERP, manufacturers and distributors are able to see where supply chain issues are emerging, and can rapidly pivot to source from different suppliers to mitigate the disruption. ERP also holds great potential for deploying future AI technologies. These solutions require immense quantities of data to function properly and drive value – but a centralised ERP platform, collecting data from across the organisation, can deliver it. ERP not only optimises, it future-proofs.

Sustainable yet profitable business is not some hidden panacea; the technologies, processes and drive to achieve it exist today. Getting it right in a way that aids business goals relies upon IoT, ERP and automation working holistically together to drive visibility, accessibility and efficiency. Manufacturers and distributors have an unfortunate reputation for waste, but this needn’t continue. Technology has created an opportunity to eliminate waste and fight climate change; manufacturers and distributors must seize the opportunity, now.

Web Design Trends for 2022

A digital renaissance has taken place in recent years in website design. Website traffic is at a historic high as physical stores and in-person work transition to online. Web designers are working hard to meet the influx of new customers online and transform user experience with innovative features found on the world’s most visited websites.

Below we take a look at web design trends that will remain relevant in 2022.

Motion Graphics and Animation Are Standard Design Features

Web designers are getting more playful. Designers are using motion design so commonly that’s it’s more likely you’ll encounter it than not.

Motion design is based on a user’s action; scrolling and cursor movement initiate the animations. The movement works subtly to guide a user through the content seamlessly. Plus, the professional look of innovative animations builds a user’s trust for the website.

And today’s motion graphics represent exciting contemporary techniques that are on their way to being a staple in web design. For example, web designers are currently using subtle changes that elevate a visual space. Techniques like locomotion scrolling, also known as smooth scrolling, gradually start and stop scrolling instead of a traditional hard stop and have become more common in recent years.

Parallax in animations is another common and rapidly growing trend. With this technique, visual effects and animation combine with scrolling to create depth and layers on a website. The concept uses opposing background and foreground that move separating to convey a harmonious story.

Animations are a slight shift away from the pure minimalism web design trends of the late 2010s. But web developers will likely find a way to keep a minimalist tone while incorporating innovative motion design.

Rising Demand for Blockchain Developers

New technology is stirring a demand for blockchain developers to continue innovating this technology.

Blockchain developers help companies or other entities apply blockchain technology to their operations by creating and enhancing code for applications that utilize the platform. On-chain development is commonly known for its applications in finance and cryptocurrency but developers are spreading its use to additional markets, such as for trade and healthcare information. The rapid growth and intrigue for diverse application lead to the high demand for industry experts.

Blockchain development is one of the highest-paid skills in tech. In the United States, the average salary for a blockchain developer is $157,000. Glassdoor reported that the demand for blockchain-related jobs increased by 300 percent in one year.

There are two types of blockchain developers, a Core Blockchain Developer and a Blockchain Software Developer. The technical skills required for both are knowing data structures and coding. The coding-capable population is flocking to blockchain positions, not only for the financial benefit but for the opportunity of a rapidly growing industry.

AI Can Write Code like Humans

In 2022, we will see artificial intelligence implemented in industries we never anticipated. In web development and programming, there is a rapidly growing interest in using AI to help automate mundane design work.

In June 2021, a Microsoft company called GitHub released an AI program to help developers, named Copilot. Mircosoft paid $7.5 billion for GitHub in 2018 with a goal to focus on “…developer freedom, openness and innovation.” said Github CEO Satya Nadella. Their new AI program, Copilot, gets its name from the concept that AI will take a back seat and seamlessly assist the developer. It works by predicting the developer’s intent and completing their work as they write.

But some developers have concerns that AI presents copy-pasting solutions that the industry has worked hard to get away from. Thousands of jobs could be lost, and there may be a rise in coding errors from the widespread use of copy-pasting solutions.

As a result, No-code AI is rapidly becoming a more popular tool for companies. No-code AI is not capable of replacing human coders. While new technology and AI will become more relevant, coders will still be needed at some stage of the process.

This type of coding AI is intended to not only protect coding jobs but increase them since it was designed with widespread use in mind. No-code disassociates from programming languages and takes a visual approach, allowing anyone to create and edit an application, not just an experienced professional.

Bottom Line

Web design is moving us into the future. Developers are cross-training and educating themselves on new techniques and new technologies. And designers are using no-code tools to enable them to do it all faster and easier than ever before.

More developments in web design are expected to continue throughout 2022. However, you have to stay on top of the trends as they happen, or you’ll quickly fall out of the loop!

The Importance of Your Political Campaign’s Website

The Most Important Thing You Can Do Online Is Not an Ad or an Algorithm—It’s That Old-Fashioned Website. By now it seems a bit old-fashioned, but the most important thing you can do to build a strong online campaign is to build a basic political campaign website that is optimized for mobile, and update it regularly with relevant information.

When we look at the analytics of the sites we host for our political projects at Eyisol, often the best results come from “organic” traffic: people who navigate directly to the site or find it via unpaid search. It makes sense that this audience is much more likely to donate, volunteer, sign a petition or join an email list.

Your website is also almost always your “landing page,” and if you are using a digital and media program strategically, you are most likely trying to convert voters into volunteers or donors.

You might spend thousands or tens of thousands of dollars advertising to generate these visits, so make sure you also spend time to have a website that will encourage them to convert.

You will hear consultants use jargon like “inbound marketing.” That simply means voters come to you because you are offering them useful information or experiences—as opposed to “outbound marketing,” also known as traditional advertising.

Inbound nearly always beats outbound—make sure your campaign is paying attention to the basics, like having a functional web page.

Studies show that when voters search online for information about a candidate, the higher your rank on a page of results greatly influences the likelihood that they will vote for you.

Recent research demonstrates that, “On all measures, opinions shifted in the direction of the candidate who was favored in the [search] rankings. Trust, liking and voting preferences all shifted predictably.” To make sure voters find you, use what’s called Search Engine Optimization (SEO), which usually means posting fresh, unique and relevant content on your website frequently.

Did your campaign send out a press release? Put it on your website. Go to a parade? Post some pictures with interesting captions. Issue a policy paper? Put it on the site with a compelling headline. Are you passing out information on how to register to vote? You got it—get it on the website in a way that is easily searchable (as text, not just images).

Campaigns can be so focused on the latest trick, tip or tool that they forget the fundamentals. And this is fundamental to a strong online campaign: keep your website fresh and informative so voters can find you.

We hope you’re starting to sense a pattern here: focus on the proven basics that cost very little or only cost your time before you focus on activities that are complicated and costly.

Well, what are you waiting for? If you are running a campaign and are yet to put in place digital structures give us a call or shoot us an e-mail and we’ll take care of it. +254724517177 , info@eyisol.co.ke

Planning A wedding? Time to get your Wedding Website!

With so much technology available to help simplify the wedding-planning process, it is often a foregone conclusion that every couple will create a wedding website.

The primary purpose of the wedding website is to give guests a central hub where they may find information about your big day. Queries about the location, dress code, registry, travel plans, even your social media hashtag can all be found on the average wedding website, and some also allow guests to share their well-wishes for the happy couple.
The wedding website can serve as a wonderful networking tool for guests, and allow for the couple to post important notifications regarding the event. If privacy is the main factor causing concern, we get it.

Who wants their wedding date and location or personal photos visible to anyone with a search engine? The good news is that many sites allow you to change the privacy settings and even password protect the information. So only people who know the password can access your full wedding website.

The existence of a wedding website can help streamline the planning and communication process with just one simple update for everyone, instead of addressing each guest individually or adding them one by one to a mass text or group email.

When considering whether a wedding website is the right fit for you and your celebration, it’s important to think on who would be using it. What is the demographic breakdown of your guest list? Millenials, Gen-Z, and even the preceding generation X are fully indoctrinated into the digital sphere and will expect the convenience of easily accessing the information across their devices as the need arises. Let’s be frank, that is the biggest draw of having a website at all.

Fashioning a wedding website is a handy tool for many modern couples, but the practice is by no means a necessary component of wedding planning.

If you feel that a dedicated website is going to be essential for your own big day, then by all means drop us an e-mail at info@eyisol.co.ke or give us a call +254724517177 and lets put up your wedding website.

What you get with our wedding website package;
• 1 Save-the-date landing page design
• Advanced User Interface (UI)
• Photo gallery
• Attendee Registration System
• Accept Online Payments
• Custom automated email system (attendee communication process)
• Free Domain Registration

NO COST MARKETING IDEAS FOR YOUR SMALL BUSINESS

As COVID-19 slows down and closes the doors of some businesses, good business wisdom says to double down on marketing and growth strategies while you have the bandwidth and the market shows less competition. But what if your marketing budget just evaporated you were forced to cut your staff half? These are the difficult realities for many small businesses, so it’s good to think creatively about what no-cost marketing ideas could help you re-invigorate your small business once you are able to resume normal operations.

Here are 5 simple ideas to build your marketing presence without spending a dime.

Build Marketing Content
Most business owners face a deficit of time every day. They wish they could focus more on marketing efforts, but the day-to-day operations just won’t allow it! Well, now is your chance to sit down and review your marketing content. From LinkedIn profiles, to Facebook Page About sections, to your website, blog, email drip campaigns. All of these can be tweaked and expanded with your focused time investment.

Tap Into Your Network
Everybody knows that they need to take advantage of networking, but not everyone realizes how big their network might be. Apart from your current LinkedIn connections, look back through your email accounts, your billing platforms, and old sales lead logs. Build that biggest list possible to let people know you are still in business and looking for connections. Especially in this time, people will be more willing to help you out and keep the economy moving forward in their community.

Reward Referrals
Your existing and past client base possess some of the best knowledge for promoting your company. They know how great you are to work with! When you reward referrals from past clients, you also create a returning customer. It’s a win-win-win to offer service credits and create goodwill with your best word-of-mouth sales team.

Form Partnerships
Not every partnership has to be obvious. Maybe your roofing company and a local plumber don’t work directly together, but you can leverage each other’s networks and current client base to create mutually beneficial crossover. There are many ways to strike up creative partnerships once you get your minds together. Your local Chamber of Commerce also likely has lots of partnership ideas for you and other members.

Raise Your Public Profile
So you’re not in Instagram yet for your business? (Me neither.) Maybe now is the time to take that next step in putting your name, face, or business offerings out there. Maybe it’s time to join some meet-ups, attend city council meetings, serve a local non-profit. Get out there and be seen in your community and hand them your card while you’re at it. When you raise your public profile, you build goodwill and trust in you and your business. And you can contribute more to your community! Maybe serve a local food bank by promoting a food drive to your clients?

As you invest your time in marketing your business, I hope you create some no rhythms that go beyond our current break in the normal rush of business. Invest in relationships, reward loyalty, and innovate new ways to reach and serve your customers. Let us know if any of these tips work for you!

ESSENTIAL FEATURES OF SCHOOL WEBSITES

What are the most important elements of school websites? After working with many schools, from pre-k to college, I have learned that every school has unique needs, but some features are essential to the website experience. The essential features of school websites are focused on the average visitor with a goal of making their experience the best it can be.

Here Are 7 Essential Features of School Websites

Admissions Focus
The most important focus for the home page of school websites needs to be the attraction of new students and families. In most cases, you are speaking to parents, so don’t use silly fonts or selfies. Focus on speaking to the hopes and fears of prospective families. Chances are that the choice to attend your school is a significant decision for families and you need to speak directly to their decision making process.

Consider addressing what to expect for your student, what to expect as a parent, common questions, strengths and featured programs, and above all, speak in a relational way to this audience. They are already stressed out and need to feel like your website experience will hold their hand through all of the many questions they may have.

This is where to invest your design and photography dollars as well. Be sure to hire a professional photographer to obtain excellent photos that can help students and parents alike picture themselves as part of your school community.

Current Parent Focus
Satisfying the needs of current parents with information, opportunities for connection, tools, and resources can be a full-time job for any school. Consider how you can get current families to the most important information in the fewest clicks. Creating a Current Parents section can help you speak directly to this audience and provide prioritized lists of the most frequently requested information along with the most time-relevant information like news and calendars.

Consider whether any of this content needs to be password protected without needlessly creating another account for your parents to manage. Also be fully aware of the capabilities of all of the systems you may already be running for your school beyond your website. Does your Student Information System (SIS) provide teacher pages? Don’t duplicate this on your website if you don’t have to. Whether you have an SIS, online learning platforms, an app, or email newsletters, make sure you connect all of these tools with appropriate links and leverage available integrations to reduce parent confusion.

News
News and blogs can serve multiple purposes for a school—from sharing inspirational success stories to keeping current families informed of important matters. Leveraging a WordPress blog or some other news engine will help you make needed information more accessible. Some schools will only communicate via paper or email newsletters. It is a good idea to repeat this information in a way that extends your reach with this information and makes it easier for folks to come back and find a piece of information they need.

Calendar
The life of a school is often found in its calendar. Weekly, monthly, and special events engage students and families to define the flow and spirit of a school. An organized calendar on your school website will help ensure that families have the information they need to participate in these events. Don’t make people search old emails or call the school for vital information. Publish it in an intuitive calendar format to make promoting these events as easy as possible. We recommend WordPress based calendars like The Events Calendar as well as integrating whatever SIS-powered calendar you can into your website to reduce sign-ins and clicks for your visitors.

Location & Contact Details
Whether families are visiting for an Open House or trying to call to report an absence, make sure you provide a centralized location for contact and location details. Provide common links like a Google Map to make navigation easier. Include a note about parking concerns if relevant, and make it as easy as possible for folks to visit without extra hassle.

This is a great chance to highlight the features of your facilities through photos as well. I also recommend an exterior picture of the approach to your building so people can immediately recognize what they are looking for when they visit.

Forms
Paper forms are the bane of most parents’ existence. How many times do I need to remind the school of my home address or email via a piece of paper dropped in a puddle by my child? I have kids, I get this. Make your forms as easy as possible through WordPress plugins, fillable PDF forms, or at least downloadable forms. Be aware of requirements for signatures and e-signatures in your state, and choose your tools appropriately. We swear by Gravity Forms for WordPress to make the creation and management of forms as easy as possible. We love the ability to integrate payments and even route notifications to any number of admins. And best of all, all the data gets stored in your website database to prevent loss of data.

SIS Integration
This is the big elephant in the room for many school websites. A Student Information System (SIS) is the lifeblood of any school looking to manage data well. Choosing a platform that offers integration with your website without forcing you to use a limiting, proprietary web authoring tool is so important. Most SIS platforms are acutely aware of the needs of schools for website integration, they just don’t all give the same development attention to these features. Never shy away from pushing your SIS provider on these issues as they need to hear the needs of their clients as they continue to set the roadmap for future features of their product.

The goal of SIS integration is the seamless navigation of public information and the easy login to access private information such as grades and schedules. Make sure the platform offers tuition payment options and captures prospective student data in a way that doesn’t create bottlenecks in your staff organization or lock away important information that only a webmaster has access to.

Conclusion
As you seek to improve your school website, don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater, but seek iterative approaches to add vital features your visitors are looking for. You can improve your school website over time, or recognize when you have reached the limits of a current platform once you know what goals you have for your web presence.

What other features do you think are essential to your school website? We’d love to hear as we continue to grow to serve our school customers well.

Reasons why businesses need a website

“Do I need a website for my business?” Well, the answer is YES. You do need a website for your business, A GOOD ONE. A professionally designed, lead magnet, sales booster, brand-differentiating website.

But, why is it important to have a website for my business?

Well, this is the first question most clients ask when we, Eyisol Limited, a Custom Web Development Company suggests them to have a website for their business.  The reason behind having your Search Engine presence (Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.) is because customer behavior changes over time to adapt to modern technology, and customer behavior has already changed to adapt to the digital age.

Let’s assume if someone is looking for business-related needs, he/she is not going to go for a door to door inquiry. He/she just going to type on their phone “ABCDE” services. And, tada the customer goes to another company.

How does this happen? 

The reason is quite simple your business does not have any online presence. As I said above, user behavior is changed. It’s tech-driven. Now, customers want everything on their fingertips. From ice cream parlors, small cafes, startup businesses (in any field), IT companies or even small-town electricians owns a website. And, why don’t you? I think that you got my point.

Well, we all know the period from 2020 has been of advanced tech and automation. With all the Covid-19 Pandemic situation going on, People have been taking precautions against physical visits so if your business depends on physical visits then you will register reduced customers. But, with having an online presence you can provide your customers whatever they need without them necessarily visiting your physical store.

From the health sector, Job portal to on-demand services, every sector is implementing tech solutions and everything is available online. So, you need a smart website. You needed one the day you started your business, but better late than never.

Reasons why businesses need a website 

Reason No. 1: A website proves your brand credibility

“Where is your official website?” This is the first question you will hear when you tell people about your business. The truth is that people have become smart these days. They think 10 times before making any business decision.  Over 30% don’t even consider a business if it doesn’t have any website. So, if you want people to think your business is credible, contact a custom website development company  and have a website. Only then they will take you seriously.

Reason No. 2: Businesses with a website are easily accessible

This is one of the major reasons why businesses need a website. When it comes to purchasing a product or service, most people prefer an easily accessible business and can be reached whenever they want. The main reason behind this is that a website is where they can find everything about your business, i.e., who you are, what services you sell, and how they can contact you.  Also, an official website makes you available 24×7. As a result, they can reach out to you at any hour of the day. This gives you another reason why your business needs a custom website. The website makes it easy for consumers to reach you and buy your products or services. They can visit your website anytime and make their purchases. You can even keep track of your customers on the site.

Reason No. 3: A better understanding

A website can help you build a strong and long-lasting relationship with your clients.

This is how it happens:

  1. As I have mentioned before, a website makes you appear credible. This builds an initial level of trust with clients and inspires them to do business with you.
  2. While building a website, we keep all important user aspects in mind – such as what users like and what features make them stay. This helps in offering a great user experience.

So by having a website, you are establishing trust among customers and offering them an impeccable user experience. So, they stay and come back for more.

Reason No. 4: You can showcase your products/services the best way possible

Presentation plays a crucial role if you want people to buy your products or services. This is important, especially if you are a startup where every customer matters.  In that case, it’s also important that we can showcase our expertise in the best way possible, and having a website can help in doing that. It gives you creative freedom. You can display your services the way you want.

You can use beautiful images, short video tutorials, and downloadable PDF instructions. The sky is the limit to what you can do.

Reason No. 5: A website makes your brand more visible

The truth is that a brand without a website is nothing but a small boutique. No wonder how good products you sell, how efficient services you offer – not many people will be able to know about it. So, if you want your brand to shine and people to know about your business, hire an outsourcing team of web developers to have an official website.

Reason No. 6: You can benefit from Google Searches

Having a website can also get into Google’s search listings, thus making it easy for clients to find you. Now, one thing you might be wondering is: How does it matter? Here’s how: Back in the old days, when clients had to do business with a company, they used to do a detailed background check and contact every previous client to ask about you. Finally, only after they were sure, they moved ahead. But the times have changed. Clients have become smart. They no longer want to waste time running background checks. Instead, they prefer searching on Google. In fact, this is the very first thing they will do after they hear the name of your brand. Now, if you have a website and have done its proper SEO, it will come in the top searches of Google. Apart from this, people will also be able to find you by using other keywords related to your business. This makes you more popular among folks, and more people are willing to do business with you.

Reason No. 7: People still judge your credibility by looks

More than 75 percent of people have admitted that they judge a company’s credibility by its website design. This means clients are more likely to do business with you if you have an interactive website that keeps them engaged, that builds an initial level of trust, and that proves you are credible. Now, if you don’t have a website, clients will not even consider you in the first place, let alone trusting you and thinking that they want to do business with you. By not having a website, you would already blow your chances.

Reason No. 8: A website is an important part of online marketing

We all know how hectic and time-consuming traditional forms of marketing like the print release, print ads, and flyers are. They cost you a fortune and demand a lot of effort. Still, the results are not up to the mark.  Online marketing, on the other hand, is less expensive and more effective. It can get you more results with less hard work, and hence is a much better alternative if you want to get things done faster. Now, while online marketing can be an effective option to promote your business, it doesn’t really matter if you don’t have a website. Consider it as a sun around which all the planets revolve.  A website will be the final destination where you will be sending your customers from different channels like Social media, blogging, email marketing, and video channels.  So, if you want to benefit from online marketing, having a website is a must for your business.

Reason No. 9: You can strategically target your customers through a website

Another best about having a website is that you can not only get people to visit your website but also keep track of following key performance metrics:

  1. The number of people visiting your website (regular visitors).
  2. The number of people who have visited your website only once (unique visitors).
  3. How many times a page was read or visited by users (Pageviews or impressions).
  4. The number of people who left without reading the page they landed on (bounce rate).
  5. For how long do people visit your website content (average time on site).

All these stats can help you find out how you can strategically target your customers. You can know what kind of content users like and how you can improve the user experience so that they stay.  As a result, your website will be better and more people will visit it. So, you should focus on having a good website.

Reason No. 10: All of your competitors are already having a website

This point might sound cliché, but it makes a lot of sense. You are not alone in the market. There are already thousands of companies selling the same products and services that you are going to sell, and most of them would have also been having their own websites. This means if I consider all the previously discussed points from this blog, they are already in a beneficial position. They appear more credible in the market, they have already built an initial level of trust with the audience, they are showcasing their products/services in the best way possible, and they are also benefiting from Google searches.

How would you beat them?

Well, for that, you will need to contact of a web development services company and have a website first. By not having one, you are already allowing them to dominate the market. No doubt there are some other ways.

You can hire a dedicated marketing team and spend a heavy budget on promotions and ad campaigns. But that only results in more efforts and increased costs. You can have a website designed in almost half the budget.

Also, if you have a website, you have a chance to research and incorporate elements that your competitors are missing. You can benefit from their weaknesses.

So, having a website is much better than not having it at all. At least, you can benefit from it.

Bonus Tip

Having a website with good UI/UX is equally important as creating the website itself. If the UI/UX is not good, there will be no use of having it. According to research, an average human being has an attention span of 8 seconds. This means you have 8 seconds to leave an impression of your brand. 

So, you have to make sure you are leaving the best impression on the user and keeps him occupied so that he stays for a long time.

However, it’s not possible to create a custom website with a good UI/UX without the help of a good custom website development company.

Eyisol Limited can help in getting a good custom website. Being a leading web development and mobile app development agency, we have built quite a reputation for our custom web development and mobile app development services. If you have any query just drop us an email at info@eyisol.co.ke