Every Business should have a website.

Every Business should have a WebsiteIn this day and age, if you don’t have a website for your business, you are doing yourself a disservice. As our slides above say, Embrace the Online World and Take the Road to Success.

Building a website for your Business will increase your Businesses chances of success.

Almost everybody these days uses the Internet to search for Goods and Services, and if you do not have an online presence, you are missing out.

But simply having a website is not sufficient.

Not only does it need to look good, but more importantly, the content on the pages needs to target what it is you want to show up on search results. This is known as Search Engine Optimisation.

Another key consideration for a modern website is that it needs to be responsive.

What that means is that the website design should allow the pages to scale and fit the browser widths/resolutions on all devices including mobile devices.

Go ahead and shrink your browser window now and see the results.

Note how elements on the page change size, and when the screen gets really small the whole navigation structure changes.

This is particularly desirable when viewing a website with a small device like a Mobile Phone.

 

 

Website Design

Website DesignAnd last but not least, we of course Design Websites. But not just any old website.

Our Websites all employ the use of the Open Source CMS Platform, WordPress.

Our latest websites are Responsive, meaning that when you scale the Browser down to a lower resolution, or you are viewing the website on a Laptop, Tablet or Mobile Phone, the website will display appropriately for that device.

Images and Sliders will shrink to accommodate the smaller displays, and content and sidebars will rearrange themselves to fit on the screen.

All images on the website are optimised for the web to maximise page load times.

 

 

 

 

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)There is more to Web Page Design and Website Design than just visual appeal.

For a Business Website to be effective and successful, it requires not only a great look and feel, but more importantly it requires quality content and relevant content.

This needs to be coupled with some basic and fundamental techniques like ensuring that Page Titles reflect the content of the web page, that images have appropriate Titles and Alternative Text and that the Meta Descriptions match the web page and provide a short accurate description of what is on the web page.

This is all part of what is known as Search Engine Optimisation or SEO.

 

 

 

 

 

Blogs

Website Blogs

The word Blog is short for Weblog and is typically a type of website that has a collection of articles related to a topic that the author is interested in or specialises in.

However a Blog can be used for other things too.

For example there is a Blog on this website.

It is used to pass on useful information and news that might be useful to businesses looking to start a new website or update an old website.

Other uses would be for Reviews, Newsletters, and don’t underestimate their usefulness in generating better Search results by adding relevant quality content to your website.

 

 

 

 

e-Commerce

eCommerce Websites    

More and more businesses are looking to e-commerce as a way of generating sales.

An Online Store will allow you to showcase your Products and Services, and it is open 24hrs a day so you are not limited to normal trading hours.

We can create an online store with all the options you need for your various products and services.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Content Management System (CMS)

Content Management System (CMS)  

All of our websites employ the WordPress platform as the basis of your website. WordPressinfoInfoWordPress is a free and open source content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. It's features include a plug-in architecture and a template system. As of Aug 2013, WordPress is used by over 18.9% of the top 10 million websites. WordPress is the most popular CMS system being used on the Web today. It was first released on 27th May 2003, by founders Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little. As of April 2013, version 3.5 had been downloaded over 18 million times. is a Content Management System (CMS) which basically means that you can log-in to the website and make changes yourself instead of relying on the web designer to make changes on your behalf. At your convenience, you will be able to add/remove pages, edit page content, add/edit or remove images, and if it is an e-Commerce website, you can add/remove and edit your products too.