Note: Official EverWeb team does not do this, this is just a concept made by me.

The Challenge

Create a unique design that boosts signups for EverWeb, a Mac website building app.


EverWeb is a “drag and drop” website builder for Mac users that is used to easily create a website without any coding or technical skills. The target audience for this product is older Mac users who are not very computer savvy. Many of EverWeb users are small business owners, religious institutions, artists, photographers, and hobbyists.

Scope of Work

Design Three Web Pages: Homepage, Features page and Pricing page

My Role

UX Research, Copywriting, Prototyping, Art Direction, UI Design

My Approach

  1. Gather UX data.
  2. Create a prototype.
  3. Design UI.

UX Research Methods

Competitive Analysis Summary

Compared to its competitors, Everweb has obsolete website design and a weak content structure. However, it offers the best price on the market for hosting options and 24/7 phone/email support. By highlighting those advantages and using a strong, modern website design Everweb can easily become seen as the hands-down best option for its target audience (seniors) as well as other groups of users.

User Personas Summary

  • Emphasize that EverWeb always stays up to date with new Mac OS releases and continues to introduce new features as well
  • Emphasize how easy and intuitive the interface is by using some copy from Doug’s Persona comments
  • Offer the service of website review to help website owners create more effective layouts (this is especially relevant for people who run their own business and get leads through the website). This service will also be another source of income for EverWeb

Designing for Older Generations’s Mindset

Since EverWeb’s target audience is the older generation, I conducted some research on the best practices in digital design for seniors. The key takeaways are as follows:

  • Use clear navigation structure, larger UI design elements, a lot of whitespace, and choose distinctive colors
  • Focus on real-life application to get the audience interested in your product, with less emphasis on technology. EverWeb’s main landing page must clearly showcase what people can do with their technology and use testimonials that are as personable as possible (Ex: Use content directly from testimonials on the Facebook page)
  • Use a minimum of 14pt for font size. Use boldface to emphasize content, and avoid using italic. Avoid long blocks of text by breaking copy into chunks wherever possible.


After analyzing all of the data from the UX research, I created a list of relevant visual themes and effective copy guidelines for the new website. This will facilitate writing a new content structure and designing lo-fi wireframes.

Style Guide

Main Page

Features Page

To avoid overwhelming the user with the number of EverWeb features, only a fraction of them are presented on the main page, and the See More buttons can be used should the user be interested in exploring further.

Pricing Page

In order to help the user purchase the right version of EverWeb, the Standalone and EverWeb+ Hosting options are visually separated. Hosting Light is also emphasized as the best value purchase since it’s a very competitive deal compared to the other existing options in this market.


When creating UI always ask yourself, “Am I taking the right visual direction based on all information I know about the project?” and, “Will the style satisfy client’s requirements and engage the target audience effectively?”.

When working on the EverWeb homepage redesign I came up with a nice retro design at first. It synergized perfectly with client’s branding, but I kept asking myself “Will this really make an impact on client’s business or am I doing this just because I like it?”. Because of those doubts, I tried another approach and came up with a new style that will be even more effective. It still complements EverWeb’s branding while giving the website a highly desired, modern look.

Explore live prototype in Figma

UX/UI Case Study: Landing page redesign for website building app was originally published in UX Planet on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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