Our Coders are the backbone of our online marketing and promotional activities
Our in-house teams are experts in code, particularly web and app development. We can provide simple brochure websites, complex eLearning platforms or mobile/tablet/browser applications.
- Complex Content Managed Websites
- Mobile & Web Applications
- Bespoke Email Marketing Solutions
- Brochure Websites
- Blogs / RSS Feeds
- eLearning Applications
- Lead Generation Websites
- Micro Websites
- Dynamic Websites
Front-end website Design is no longer just about designing for the browser, but designing for all user experiences
There is also the issue of what type of content we create when considering front-end design. Is it great copy, images, video content, or a combination of everything? Does it involve eCommerce, responding to user input, pulling information from databases or other information sources, or does it require your users to access services from other sites like Facebook or Google Maps?
Whatever content you choose you can rest assured that our Content Creation team can bring this together for you. Our in-house teams are highly experienced; whether creating information videos for Rolls-Royce, instructional copy for Continental Tyres or communications for the Citizens Advice Bureau. We can deliver the content that you require in your website design.
Website and application development sits under a pretty big umbrella of ‘coding’. This is why we employ separate designers and developers (coders). Our designers work on the front-end, leaving our developers to concentrate on the server-side (back-end coding). This ensures our clients get the very best access to both independent but equally important disciplines.
We provide fully editable, CMS (Content Management System) websites
CMS websites are great for managing online content, generating web pages and allowing users to upload and change content without requiring technical expertise. Content is stored in a database, allowing it to be reused, repurposed, and published wherever needed.
The CMS typically has an administration area that allows you to input, upload, or edit your content as needed. In most content management systems, this admin area is accessible through any browser, meaning that instead of having to install client software, you can work on your site anywhere that you have an Internet connection. We specialise in the following open source platforms:
- Open Cart
A better user experience means making every visitor feel like your website was built just for them
Providing a great user interface (UI) results in a better user experience. This boils down to three basic principles; simplicity, consistency and standards.
We adopt a simplistic approach to all of our web or app based projects. By choosing this method of design we can ensure that all of your content is there for a reason. Using the minimum amount of text necessary; short words, short paragraphs and short pages.
Making the site consistent means ensuring your menus, controls, text labels, headings, body text, navigation and all other design elements work the same way throughout your site. That way people quickly learn how a website works and will be confident navigating to new areas.
Standardising design makes sure that visitors can successfully apply skills they have learned in other places on the web when they visit your site. The goal is to make your site behave the same way as other sites out there. This isn’t copying; it’s being kind to your users. (The ways you differentiate your site from everyone else’s is by offering something unique in your content, not in the way your site is setup.)