Your website is often the first place customers will go to learn about you. Having a good website is mission-critical.
What makes a great website?
: Clear Structure
Our goal is a site where visitors arrive at the information they’re after quickly, without ever having to “search around” for it.
: User-Friendly Design
We use design both to impress your audience and to make your site a pleasure to use.
: Easy to Edit
Anyone can use our “can’t break it”, drag-and-drop, simple but powerful editor system.
: Fast, Reliable, Secure
Our state-of-the-art technical infrastructure ensures visitors engage with your content – not blank loading screens.
: Mobile and Tablet
People now use small devices to access websites more often than bigger computers. Sites have to look great on both.
: Bug Free
Some people use Chrome, others use Firefox, and many other browsers besides. Sites have to work in all of these.
(…and quite a bit more besides. If you’re so inclined, we’d be happy to talk you through our full Technical Advantage.)
This is all just part of our process.
: Information Architecture
We start by defining your audience and their needs. Then we structure content around those needs. All of this, of course, in close collaboration with all your stakeholders.
Next, we’ll determine an overall style, begin drawing sketches, and progress onto full-colour mockups. At each stage you’ll sign off that the design is what you want.
Now we’ll turn the agreed designs into high-quality code. You’ll see your new pages come to life, stage by stage, until we arrive at a new, fully-functioning website.
Now it’s time to ‘fill up’ the site with content: text, images, videos and more. We can take all of this from your old website, or in whatever format you want to provide it.
We deploy your site on our fine-tuned technical infrastructure. This is the secret layer that keeps it online, fast and secure.
Having made the site live on the Internet, the final step is showing you how to edit and manage it. As part of this, we teach you how to ‘write for the web’, to really put your content to work for you.