We provide a wide range of web development services, products and customization
Content Management System, Event Booking System, Event Calendar, Blog, News Management, Document Management System, Membership System, Booking, Reservations, Availability System, Shopping Cart, Online Ordering System, Online Payments, Business Directory Listings, Logo Design, Mobile-Optimised Website
What kind of website do you need?
Affordable websites from just £199.
Just need something simple to tell people what you do? A standard, brochure style website is for you.
Got products to display but don’t need online payments? A catalogue style site is right for you.
Just want to update your visitors with news and articles? A blog website is what you need.
Want to accept bookings with or without payments? A booking and scheduling website is for you.
Want to sell products and take payments in an online shop? An eCommerce website is for you.
If you have requirements that don’t seem to fit with our generic types contact us for a quote.
Let’s make awesome things, together.
Tell us about your project.
Our 6 steps to a successful web design process
The discovery phase is all about information-gathering. At this step it is important to understand more about the client’s business and industry, their target market and customers and the ultimate goal for the website.
Using the information gathered from phase one, we put together a plan for the new website that includes alongside others a requirements analysis, a site map and creating a SEO strategy.
The design stage involves moving the information outlined in the planning stage further into a visual representation. Upon completion of the design phase, the website should have taken shape.
This is where the creative ideas for the website are made into reality. The content is inserted into its intended pages, links and functionality are tested and the security features are applied.
The purpose of the launch phase is to prepare the website for public viewing. This requires final polishing, deep testing of interactivity and features and a consideration of the user experience.
This final step of web design is often overlooked, but website maintenance is important for the long-term health and success of a website. That includes updates, backups, security issues and analytics.