When most people think of building a website, they often assume that web design and web development are the same thing.
Although these two terms are used interchangeably, they actually represent two different stages of creating a website.
Web design involves creating the layout and visual elements of your website - including the colour schemes, typography, images, and user interface that enable visitors to interact with your website.
"Design is not just what it looks like and feels like", as Steve Jobs once said, "design is how it works".
When you agree to a web design, it lets us know what you want so that there's no surprises when the website's done.
Web design is like a roadmap for developers - they're lost without it. It's much quicker to build a website when you know what's expected.
Consistency is what turns your business into a brand. Consistency is what separates a DIY website from a professional one.
Our designs include desktop and mobile versions so you can see what both versions will look like. Your website will be responsive to all screen sizes, so tablets and larger phone screens will look slightly different.
This is key to keeping visitors engaged. Clear navigation helps users find the information they're looking for and leads to more conversions.
The way in which elements on your website are arranged helps to guide the user's experience. Visual hierarchy creates focal points of important information through the use of size, colour and animations.
Our websites are designed in a way that anyone can use them, regardless of any disabilities they may have. This is done through colour choice, alt text and responsive typography.