Lexie Lu, Boxes and Arrows

Lexie Lu

Boxes and Arrows

Williamsport, PA, United States

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  • Boxes and Arrows
  • business.com
  • Go Media
  • Marketo
  • Rieva Lesonsky
  • Relevance
  • Envato
  • PolePositionMkg
  • TechWyse
  • Advanced Web Ranking
  • and more…

Past articles by Lexie:

How to Improve the User Journey on Your Website

From the moment a user lands on your website until they either leave or convert into a customer, a series of steps lead them from one point to another. Buyer personas represent your typical customer and help address pain points your customers have as well as predicting actions specific audiences might take. About 63 percent … Continue reading How to Improve the User Journey on Your Website → Read More

7 Situations You'll Face in Your First Year of Business

Your first year in business could be the best or hardest of your life – or both. You can roll with the punches if you're prepared for these factors. → Read More

Go Media's Blog | Why You Shouldn't Disregard Parallax Scrolling Just Yet

In today's post, we are discussing the use of parallax scrolling for web design. We truly believe you shouldn't disregard parallax scrolling & explain why. → Read More

Go Media's Blog | Why You Shouldn't Disregard Parallax Scrolling Just Yet

In today's post, we are discussing the use of parallax scrolling for web design. We truly believe you shouldn't disregard parallax scrolling & explain why. → Read More

Trends and Predictions for the Future of Graphic Design

Lexie Lu, web designer and UX strategist, shares her insight on graphic design trends. → Read More

The Evolution of Graphic Design

Graphic design is a pivotal part of marketing strategy and branding. While graphic design isn't exactly a new concept, there are distinct shifts that have happened this century. Lexie Lu explains the evolution of graphic design and what to look for next. → Read More

8 Ways to Make Your Website More User Friendly

Your website is often your first contact point for potential customers. Are you giving them the best experience? Lexie Lu, UX designer, gives eight ways to make your website more user-friendly including tips for increasing speed and providing valuable content. → Read More

7 Ways to Prepare Your Mobile App for 5G WirelessSmall Biz Daily

By Lexie Lu Believe it or not, the next generation of wireless technologies is right around the corner. At Mobile World Congress 2018 nearly a dozen announcements were made by wireless providers and tech companies regarding 5G technologies including modems, radios, plans and devices. Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile all had announcements to make, alongside support … → Read More

Why Should My Company Have a Blog?

There are many different reasons to start a company blog, including the fact that it helps you stand out from the competition. With a blog, you can focus on the topics most important to you… → Read More

What Makes a Good Font in 2018?

In today's design industry, it’s not just the visual elements, like photos, accents, and icons, that matter. Typography can affect everything from capturing attention to ease of use. In this piece, we take a look at a handful of guidelines and tips that can help you choose the right font for your next design. → Read More

9 Ways to Ensure Leads Through Your Contact Page

The goal of your contact page is to convert site visitors into leads. However, if your contact page falls flat, those same visitors might bounce away and wind up on your competitor’s site instead. A… → Read More

How to Create the Type of Content Your Users Want to ReadSmall Biz Daily

It all boils down to one crucial element: content. You absolutely must deliver engaging and compelling content. Otherwise, no one is going to hang about, and no one is going to come back after they’ve left either. → Read More

Is Your Storefront Location Mindful of Your Online Marketing Efforts?

Figuring out online marketing strategies that support your brick-and-mortar store isn’t as difficult as you might think. Many consumers “webroom,” which simply means they research a product thoroughly online and then go to a physical… → Read More

8 UX Design Strategies That Will Stand the Test of Time

When it comes to UX design, it seems as though there is a new rule or trend every year. With such rapid changes, you need a design strategy that will stand the test of time. This article offers exactly that. → Read More

How to Boost Your Contact Form's Conversions

You know that having a contact form on your website is an important part of building trust with site visitors. It gives them a clear way to contact you and ask questions about products or services. However, getting those same visitors to actually utilize the form isn’t as easy as it sounds. → Read More

The Best Advice for Novice Web Designers in 2018

When you're just getting started, it's hard to know what advice to listen to, and what to ignore. Finding your footing in such a loud and polarizing industry like design is difficult. So, here's some advice to help you ease yourself in. → Read More

B2B Ecommerce 2018: 6 Keys to Survive and Thrive

Will your ecommerce sink or float in 2018? Apply these 6 ecommerce trends to keep your site afloat and moving forward this year and beyond. → Read More

Uniquely Promote Your Franchise and Stay Within Company StandardsSmall Biz Daily

Opening a franchise provides more certainty and reputation upon its formation, compared to the many uncertainties involved in opening a new small business. → Read More

Why We Should Have More Local Events Throughout the YearSmall Biz Daily

A refreshing alternative to the typical chaos surrounding Black Friday, it encourages people to support local merchants rather than buying products from → Read More

How to Show Your Awards Off in a Tasteful Manner

It’s essential to make it obvious that your business received awards. By doing so, you’re naturally promoting the company. However, you don’t want it → Read More