Would you like your own business web site?

Well we can help you create a great web site design, help promote the site and manage your site at a reasonable cost.

Web designing is a broad term covering many different skills and disciplines that are used in the production and maintenance of websites.

The different areas of web design we cover include; web graphic design, interface design, authoring; including standardised code and search engine optimization.

As a web designer you have to an awareness of usability and function of the site along with web accessibility guidelines. We keep up to date with latest trends in mark up and allow for many different devices that access your site.

Our web site design process starts with a sit down, face to face to disuss the propose of your site, what you want it to look like and get any content like logos, wording, graphics or photos you want to use.

Whether this is a face lift on an existing site or completely new site concept, the process is little different. A face lift on an existing site starts with a detailed look at the current site, its navigation, the colours used, amount of content including text and images. We look at how well the search engines find the site and where it can be improved. Then we sat down and have a chat to see where we can help.

When we are creating a completely new concept, we like to start by having a chat about what your aims are for your new web site. The first thing is to find a business domain name that works for you and some where cost effective to host your new site. Then its a matter of having a look at your current paper based materials, photos, your logo, the colour scheme used, type faces used and the amount of content you what to include. Now its our job to see how best we can present it.

As a part of this creative process we can often generate other types of advertising materials with a continuity to your new site. These include business cards, Facebook cover, pull tab ads and flyers.



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