You design the perfect layout on the perfect grid, we'll translate it into the perfect website, with pixel-perfect precision. Below are some of the most popular services we provide.
What we do
As a designer, it won’t be news to you that clients now expect their websites to work on phones, tablets and giant desktop screens. Say hello to responsive design, a method of building websites that takes note of a user’s screen size and responds accordingly with a flexible layout. We build the majority of new websites with some degree of responsiveness. That may just be a responsive version for smartphones, or it may be a fully responsive website that will respond to any imaginable screen size.
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First things first: WordPress is not just for blogging. Its content management system (CMS) capabilities have been greatly expanded over the last few years, which means there isn’t much WordPress can’t handle. We’ve used WordPress to build websites for e-commerce clients, estate agents, architects, travel agents, private equity firms, online magazines, live music events and graphic designers.
WordPress is open-source software, which means it’s completely free, customizable and extendable. But most importantly, it is incredibly easy to use (the Mac of the CMS world, you might say) which means a very happy client at the end of the project. On average, teaching a client how to use their WordPress website takes 30-60 minutes — it’s that easy.
We love WordPress, and aren’t ashamed to admit it. Want to know just how much? Get in touch.
Magento e-commerce websites
Magento is the king of the jungle when it comes to building e-commerce websites. With enough features to make Amazon look average, it’s nothing short of a miracle that it’s completely free to use and customize.
Aside from all the e-commerce features you could ever want, Magento also comes with a CMS to manage text, images, menus and pages. Magento’s CMS is harder to use than WordPress’s (did we mention that we love WordPress?) but its e-commerce administration area is second to none. That said, we find many clients don’t require a large chunk of the more powerful Magento features, and in those cases we prefer to use WordPress (combined with the WooCommerce plugin) for e-commerce websites. The client still gets a feature-rich website that’s completely secure, but is much easier to use. Win win.
If your client is selling online, get in touch to find out more about e-commerce websites.