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Last Updated: May 20, 2020

Design Inconsistencies, the uber website example

​​One way of keeping your website design professional is to keep things consistent.  This blog post shows how to achieve consistent headers and footer using the Thrive Theme Builder.

​But how important is it?  Can design inconsistencies prevent you for building a huge business?

In this video, i am showing 6 or 7 pages from the Uber.com website.  You will see that most of them have different headers and top menus.

​With 22,000 employees, 110 million users and revenue of over 11 Billion dollars, this is ​a great example of not letting design issues stop ​you promoting your business and helping your users.


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Denis Ethier

I help startups and established businesses communicate the value of what they do using design, copywriting and the latest tools.

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