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Not just a pretty face

Web Design and Development

What makes a powerful website?

Emotional design. It's the key to a powerful website. Emotion engenders trust, educates inquisitive customers and ultimately drives sales. It didn't always play such an important part on the web. But we're drowning in a sea of information, and to stand out, you have to find the right balance between a simple message, aesthetically pleasing design and easy-to-follow format.

Our aim

Our designers make every effort to draw an emotional response through their designs. They work hand-in-hand with our developers who meticulously code these designs to give your customers the best possible experience.

How do we start a web project?

First, we work with you to understand your business direction and marketing goals. Next, we define specific objectives, and determine how performance and ROI will be measured. We use this information to build the strategy. That informs the planning, design and development process.

Our services

We create websites in all shapes and sizes, from campaign landing pages to corporate sites and government portals. Our close-knit in house team work together through each stage of the process; strategy, UX, design, development, content build out and deployment.

After the build

After we set you up with an amazing design and solid structure, you can create, edit and manage your website content whenever you like, without any technical or programming experience. We give you the tools, guidance and documentation to help, with the security that our support team are at the other end of the phone, should you need us.

Measuring success

Remember, deployment is not the end; it's just the start! What we love about digital is that everything is measurable and iterative. We’ll work closely with you to continually measure performance and analytics.

Do you have a project that needs to shine?

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