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Why choose us?
Experienced, understand small business
Clean and usable websites
Custom web design
User- and search engine friendly website development, SEO
Edit your website anytime & anywhere
Provide you with everything you need
help track your results
Convert your visitors into customers
Our affordable web design package offers everything a good quality website requires. From a professional design, development, support and Content Management System (CMS) access, this complete website solution is perfect for small businesses. Our web design help your business look good online. Our development team helps your website perform well.
Everything about your website is important to us
We understand that you are too busy to worry about your website. We let you get on with your work while we make sure your website stays online.
Social media sharing
We can Create your Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest profile, helping you build a community of customers connected directly with your business.
Web design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites. The different areas of web design include web graphic design; interface design; authoring, including standardised code and proprietary software; user experience design; and search engine optimization. Often many individuals will work in teams covering different aspects of the design process, although some designers will cover them all.
The term web design is normally used to describe the design process relating to the front-end (client side) design of a website including writing mark up. Web design partially overlaps web engineering in the broader scope of web development. Web designers are expected to have an awareness of usability and if their role involves creating mark up then they are also expected to be up to date with web accessibility guidelines. (from Wikipedia)
If you really want your website to perform as a sales and marketing tool for your business, there are many aspects to consider. Here are a few to start with:
Choosing a domain name may seem straightforward, but there are several important factors that should be considered - and not all of them are obvious.
Selecting and registering the best domain name is important. Does the name support your SEO objectives? Are there any spelling issues or concerns? We can help you decide on the best URL for your business, so it's important to call us from the moment you decide to start a new website.
Website Design and Development
Our web design services engage both the creative and marketing sides of your business to promote your products, services.
A good website sells your products or solutions. Important is your companies first impression, so you better make a good one. We build professional, affordable web sites that effectively deliver your marketing message to your target audience. We will design a web site that easy to navigate and focused on meeting your users expectations as well as your business needs.
We follow the web standards and develop valid HTML, XHTML, CSS websites. We use database and development technologies, like the open-source PHP programming language and well scalable MySQL database. This ensures your website development project will be able to grow with your needs.
Nothing is more frustrating than struggling to update your website's content - especially when your customers expect it to be fresh and relevant. We believe managing your content should be simple and straightforward – something you can do yourself without the help of webmaster.
Google friendly web hosting
Who hosts your website is actually really important. Quality web hosting for your business.
Search Engine Optimisation
Our SEO solutions get your website to the top of the search engine listings and keep you there. SEO helps users find your website. It moves your website up the Google rankings to ensure you're on the first page of a search engine.
Website Statistics (Google Analytics)
Web analytics is the measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of web data for purposes of understanding and optimizing web usage.
Web analytics is not just a tool for measuring web traffic but can be used as a tool for business and market research, and to assess and improve the effectiveness of a website. Web analytics applications can also help companies measure the results of traditional print or broadcast advertising campaigns. It helps one to estimate how traffic to a website changes after the launch of a new advertising campaign. Web analytics provides information about the number of visitors to a website and the number of page views. It helps gauge traffic and popularity trends which is useful for market research.
Useful web design articles:
6 essential website photography trends for 2015
When it comes to design, photography is a fundamental tool that every design puts to work at some point. What I want to dissect here is not the trends in actual photography, but rather trends in the way photographs are used and manipulated in web design.
Some of these trends are obvious and well known, others are frequently used and seldom discussed. I have found that when many trends on the same topic are collected into one set we find that we have stronger opinions than expected on the topic. Also, it seems that when we see trends like this compared to each other we discover that the approach we are using isn’t the best and can replace it with a better one. Read article »
100 ideas that changed the Web: Responsive web design
We work, shop, play, socialize and relax in front of screens. We have a screen in our pocket, a screen on our desk, a screen on our lap and a screen in our front room. We use multiple screens at the same time. We move between screens to carry out tasks.
Whether we are consuming media on a PC, a tablet device, a smartphone or the TV, we like content optimized for that particular device. This is not easy when they all have different screen sizes and interfaces and are used at different points of the day for different tasks.
Websites are traditionally optimized for desktop browsers, but increasingly the most important screen is the one on our phone. It is the last screen we look at at night. It's the one screen that cuts across our work and leisure time.
Content optimized for larger screens often results in a disappointing experience on smaller screens. Cropped images, wrapped navigation, rollovers no longer working and illegible text are all common degradations. Read article »
Why Responsive Web Design is Good for SEO?
Gone are the days when computer used to be the only media to surf the internet. The ever evolving technology has blessed us with a spree of devices which allows us to surf the internet more easily and more effectively too. Responsive website designing is now the buzz word for all the web developers as they have to design the different web pages in such a manner that they can be easily accessed from all the different platforms. Therefore this form of designing is now the contemporary way which is being followed by most of the designers in the globe.
Responsive web design is basically reformatting or in simple words converting a website into such a format that it can be accessed from the different devices like – smartphone, tablets, desktop, laptop etc. With the a great mass of the population relying much on the devices other than the desktops or laptops to search the internet, it is now sort of a mandate for the web designers to opt for the mode of responsive web designing to regulate the incoming traffic towards the websites. Read article »
Web Design Trends of 2014: Updated
The Web design community never gets tired of discussing previous, current and future trends… JUST Creative even posted a 2014 web design trends article a few months ago. But trends change like pictures in fashion magazines, so let's take another look with a different approach. Read article »
20 Awe-Inspiring Websites with Workspaces in the Background
Designers, engineers, architects, and other creatives spend most of the day in front of their computers. This is where all the work gets done, social relationships are made, and emails get taken care of. In fact, laptops and computers have become a staple of modern lifestyle, and people use even more devices to make their work more productive. Read article »
Career Advice For Graduating Web Design Students
Whether you consider yourself more of a designer or a developer, your real job is to solve your clients' problems. Yes, a visually rich design with great typography, powerful imagery and a user experience that works great on a wide range of screen sizes is very important. So is clean code that scales to future needs and conforms to best practices. Still, great design and well-written code are not the reasons clients hire you; they expect those things as part of the package. Read article »
20 Creative Websites Featuring Square Elements
Boxed shapes on a website can also be interactive, meaning they react on mouse over or mouse click. It will add more usability and emotions in your design. Users love websites which respond to them somehow, even if it's just highlighted in a different color when you hover over the picture. It's better to see than to hear – a picture paints a thousand words.Read article »
Myths About User Experience
Managers and business stakeholders generally excel at making money and leading teams. However, business goals stand, almost by definition, in opposition to user needs. If the UX representative in a project is too business-focused, the product will leave user needs unfulfilled. Read article »