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How Quality Images Impact Your Website

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How Quality Images Impact Your Website

When it comes to your website, images matter. In fact, people process visuals 60,000 times faster than text. Having quality images on your website impacts whether a visitor decides to stay on the site, a decision that is often made very quickly.

CYBERsprout's own Beth Leipholtz will be leading this session. As a web designer and photographer, Beth works closely with images every day and fully believe they hold more power than most realize.

Wednesday, September 30 | 2020

12pm - 1pm


There are many aspects that make up an overall good website design, but one of the largest is the images you choose to use on your site. Images can make or break a website and whether visitors choose to stay on the site. People process visuals 60,000 times faster than text, so images are often the first impression you are giving a visitor. Because of this, it's vital to use relevant and high-quality images that truly capture and portray what your business or organization is about. Images are, in essence, a way to communicate with your audience and being mindful of the message they send is important.

Here's What You'll Learn

  • What makes up a high-quality image

  • What factors affect image quality

  • How image quality affects visitor

  • How to hire a photographer to produce such images

  • Where to source high-quality stock images

  • What size images to use on your website

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