Our web designer and front end developer Tina Yeung recently wrote an article for Website Magazine about the often overlooked power of the website footer. Not only does she explain the common uses of a site footer for contact information, copyright dates, and basic “about” copy, but also talks about the function of a footer within the context of the rest of the site.
Footers can (and should) provide as much value and guidance as the rest of the site. By including design elements, site maps, navigation links, and other relevant pieces of content, a footer can actually function to keep visitors navigating through the site, instead of just saying “goodbye.”
Read the full article here.