Many people make a common mistake of reducing text-based content to a visual design element, which often results in bloated and unrealistic client expectations once real data replaces the dummy content. Our design decisions are dictated by the on-page content and messaging, and often our designers use the actual content to inspire interesting elements that might not have been conceived without it.
Once initial designs are finalized, we deliver routine design audits to our clients in which a variety of testing tools are conducted to adjust layouts, calls to action, and visual hierarchy according to the client's preferences. This never-ending improvement creates websites that have the functionality and advanced programming to deliver leads, clients, and revenue.
Q: What tools do you use for building websites?
A: We usually use WordPress and Wix, but we also operate in GoDaddy, Shopify, and other systems. It all depends on your business needs, but all of these platforms provide quality designs and are fairly easy to use and update. On top of that, they are very secure.
Q: How do you charge for website design?
A: This is an excellent question! The final price will depend on the requirements of your design (e.g. number of pages, additional coding, etc.) which will then determine the amount of time and effort necessary to be invested in the project. We usually charge per project or per hour - again, depending on the type of work required.
Q: Is website management included in the service charge?
A: No. Web management is something that needs to occur on consistent and frequent basis, even after the design takes place. Once the website design is completed, it is up to you to decide whether you want to hire us to keep maintaining your website fresh and up-to-date.
Q: Do you build e-commerce websites as well?
A: Absolutely! We design all kinds of websites, e-commerce being one of them. In fact, we have extensive experience with building online stores, while making sure they are both SEO and mobile-friendly.