Besides being functional, an effective website must also look good. It needs to portray your message and be easy to read and understand.

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Web Design

Appearance is crucial
We create website designs that are easy to navigate with a professional and contemporary design. If you have ideas about how your website should look or if you have stationery or other print material to match the design to, we will build the website accordingly. Our professional website designers can also provide suggestions for the design based on the nature of your business and your business goals.
Browser compatibility
We ensure that your website is compatible with all major web browsers covering 99% of all worldwide internet users. If you need to cover specific browsers, just let us know.
Mobile optimisation
Responsive design is an approach to web page creation that makes use of flexible layouts, flexible images and cascading style sheet media queries. The goal of responsive design is to build web pages that detect the visitor’s screen size and orientation and change the layout accordingly. According to Google, the importance of having a responsive design cannot be understated. The search giant has said that: “There is a multitude of different screen sizes across phones, phablets, tablets, desktops, game consoles, TVs, and even wearables. Screen sizes will always be changing, so it’s important that your site can adapt to any screen size, today or in the future.” If you’re website is not currently responsive then you need to reconsider your approach immediately. Every visitor on a mobile device that leaves your site because it doesn’t fit his or her screen is one less potential customer.
We use responsive design to make your website look great on all mobile devices like smart phones and tablets.
As good web designers, we make sure that your message is presented to the user in a clear and concise way and navigation is easy and intuitive. We use the latest usability best practices to make visiting your website a great experience. Why stop at marketing locally when you can market globally. A website is the easiest way to reach consumers around the globe. Your website can promote a strong brand and deliver a consistent message. If you sell goods and services, why not expand your reach to other countries? By having a website you will also be able to market to customers who may be visiting from out of town. A website is the best way to offer a coordinated digital product to potential customers.

Landing Pages

Another strategy to boost your rankings will be to incorporate landing pages to the site. Landing pages known as “Hub pages” will be solely about the category navigated to, with each relevant product linking back to this hub. Providing content to the shopper will help to focus attention, encouraging your shopper to take an action. Each landing page should be dedicated to a single purpose, for example stickers.

With the introduction of landing pages we aim to increase the conversion rate. This is useful for SEO but also gives a very good user experience of your site by directing shoppers to a relevant starting point for the searched query.

These pages could also be used within social areas to push offers and to generate great content to get free relevant links back to your site. This will also help us all with analysing and driving traffic around the site. With an eye on SEO we strive to build a great user experience of the site.

Pages on a website

Here are the three essential pages any website should have.
1. Home. Your home page, also called the index page, is the welcome page for
your website and the first thing that your visitors will see when they arrive.

2. About. Your about page is the place where you describe your company and
state what your brand’s goals, origins and business principles are. Include
information that you think your customers would like to know, including your

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3. Contact. Your contact page is vital because it provides your customer with the
means of reaching you and potentially entering into a commercial relationship
with you. Include the contact details you want your customers to use – if
you want them to visit your premises, provide your address (and maybe
even a map and GPS coordinates); if you prefer them to call or email, add
those details too.

Your content must be organised in a strict hierarchy depending on where it appears
on the page, and which page in the overall website it is located on. Your content
hierarchy is intrinsically linked to your navigation, and you can structure both of
these parts simultaneously. For example: