Web Design is one of the most important reflections of your company. It is the first impression an online prospect will have of your company or brand. It is also what sets you aside from your competitor’s.
A Brochure or static website is a way to describing a standard information online. This means that the content of the website is not powered by a database or a Content Management System. The content and design of brochure websites generally contains the same information that you would see in a printed company brochure, and needed to web designer to updated the content. This style of website will give the users of your website the details they need to find out about the products and services you provide.
Dynamic websites use more complex code than static websites. At a basic level, a dynamic website can give the website owner the ability to simply update and add new content to the site. For example, news and events could be posted to the site through a simple browser interface. Dynamic features of a site are only limited by imagination. Some examples of dynamic website features could be: content management system, e-commerce system, bulletin / discussion boards, intranet or extranet facilities, ability for clients or users to upload documents, ability for administrators or users to create content or add information to a site (dynamic publishing).
Responsive websites respond to their environment. Your website looks great on the desktop screen but the same may not be true when your site is viewed on a smartphone, a tablet or an e-reader. Once you make the design responsive, the website will look good (and readable) on all screens and not just the desktop.
WordPress is an open source content management system mostly employed for blog publishing; and it can be readily customized, controlled and developed as per client’s unique needs. WordPress is a very flexible platform for development and integration of websites. It is a popular blogging tool which has strong structural design, custom templates supporting and plugins modules to organize and run blog with websites.
Your website doesn’t mean anything to anyone unless it can be found by your customers. Phase two in Web Promotion is optimizing your site so it appears high in the search engines and uses them to bring even more people to your pages. Our Web development and Promotion methodology, caters to the best of breed processes which helps in a successful on-time and above expected delivery. Phase three ensures that your site attracts even more traffic for which our experts go over techniques like reciprocal links, email signatures, newsletter articles and more.
A web content management system (Web CMS) is a stand-alone software system that provides website authoring, collaboration, and administration tools designed to allow users with little knowledge of web programming languages or markup languages to publishing, editing, modifying, manage and store content on Web pages.
Web content includes text and embedded graphics, photos, video, audio, and code (e.g., for applications) that displays content or interacts with the user, Most systems use a database to store page content, metadata, and other information assets that might be needed by the system. Content Management has many roles in today's market place and is an important base for any website blogging, articles, news, description of products etc... A CMS it is primarily a website maintenance tool for non-technical staff to make changes, update and edit the website with little training
Some clients have specific programming needs that simply do not fit within the parameters of the normal website System. This could include membership websites (where each person has a unique user id and password to login and view certain information), custom e-commerce websites, document storage, client/staff management systems, online courses, exams, product inventory management system, and Much more. For these clients, we create websites that are entirely custom programmed or we can create a custom system to be added to their website.
“ We want to know what our clients are looking for, what their values are, and how can we meet their needs. It’s not just about Big Data; it’s about translating that into the truth.”