Website Design

Website Design

A great website design reflects the culture of the people it
attracts. With a fine balance of visual appeal and user
experience, your conversion rates will soar.
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E-Commerce Website Design

When dealing with ecommerce, it is best to stick with the basics.
Go for something that is simple and clean and ensures that
people won’t mind spending time and money.
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Responsive Website Design

Responsive Web design is the approach that suggests
that design and development should respond to the user’s behavior
and environment based on screen size, platform and orientation.
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CMS Website Design

By considering the CMS as you design, you can maintain far more control over the final output.

RESPONSIVE:
WEBSITE DESIGN

Design and development should respond to the user’s behavior.

E-COMMERCE:
WEBSITE DESIGN

Keep it simple and clean to gain user trust and confidence.

CMS:
WEBSITE DESIGN

You can maintain far more control over the output.

Responsive Website Design

Your responsive website will look good and be accessible on all platforms
and devices from desktops to the smallest mobile devices.
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Bring your responsive website design to life in 4 stages

Discovery is a critical information-gathering stage that digs deep into the details of what is important to your business goals as well as the needs of your target audience.

Design executes the deliverables, documented site structure and more importantly, a visual representation. Upon completion the project should more or less have taken shape.

Development involves the programming work, as well as loading the content. You can refer constantly to the discovery, design and planning details as the full website takes shape.

Deployment is the launch phase. The objective is to prepares the website or mobile app for public viewing. This requires final polishing and deep testing of interactive features.

Discovery

Phase 1

This is the information-gathering process that defines the scope of your project.

Design

Phase 2

This stage involves moving the information outlined in discovery further into reality.

Development

Phase 3

Development involves the bulk of the programming work, as well as loading content.

Deployment

Phase 4

The purpose of deployment is to prepare the mobile app for public viewing.

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