Web Development

Web Development Products:

Responsive Design Hosting Domain Names Content Creation
Joomla Wordpress Big Commerce SEO
Social Media Google Analytics Advertising User Friendly

Examples:

How up to date is your site? Is your website optimized for mobile viewing? If it’s not, you could be losing out on a surprising amount of business. More than half of smartphone owners search local businesses on their phone to determine if they should shop/eat/go to that business, and if your website isn’t making the cut, your customers are going to move on to someone that is. Here are 5 things your website should be doing for you:

  1. Make you visible

    If someone visits your website, they should like what they see! Whether they are viewing your site on a desktop, laptop, tablet, or phone, your website should be dressed to impress.

  2. Increase Google Ranking

    Using SEO along with content management, you can increase the likelihood that someone who doesn’t know about you already can find you by doing an online search.

  3. Sales Tool

    The most important thing a website can do for you is create a call to action. When a customer visits your site, what do you want them to do? By working with professional designers, you can influence how people use your site.

  4. Convey authority and stability

    People need to know your business is stable and established, and that you’ll still be around tomorrow. Let your site be a hub for your customers to find out who you are, what you do, and why they should trust you over your competition.

  5. Increase your reach

    217 million people in America regurlarly use the internet; worldwide that number is 1 billion. Are reaching them effectively? By using content strategy and social media, you can increase your reach and find new customers. Your website should be working for you to help your business grow.

Process:

Concept

We discuss your ideas and needs with you

Design

We design a concept and look for the website, and map out its functionality

Functionality

We code in the functionality of the site to ensure it's easy to use

Blueprint

We apply the design to the functionality, and now have a working blueprint of the site

Launch

We polish up and fix any bugs or minor fixes, and the website is ready for its launch