Web Design & Development

Web Design & Development

We can show you what's possible.

Since 1996, we've worked with B2B and B2C clients who wish to integrate web marketing projects into their overall marketing plans.

Early on, the web was secondary to traditional advertising and marketing efforts. For the past several years we've been showing our clients how we can help them leverage the power of the internet not just as a tool to reach prospects, but also as a tool to help them manage other business processes and serve their existing customers better.

Today the web is the primary marketing tool for every one of our clients, and we continue to explore new developments and opportunities that can help them gain an edge on their competition and reach their audiences more efficiently.

Our process.

A typical web project for us is to begin building or revamping your existing online marketing presence. We meet with you to discuss your requirements, to offer advice about what is possible and what you can realistically expect to gain from your web efforts.

Next, we put together a plan of action, which outlines requirements, strategies, features, user roles, etc., and which lists the actual costs for developing and designing the site. Once you sign off on the plan and costs, we can begin work.

We then collect all the items needed to proceed with the content of the web site. Logos, photos, copy, etc. are created or gathered, and edited for our needs. We build the backend structure of the web site itself in a wireframe, plain-vanilla fashion, so that we can concentrate on navigation, user experience, mobile responsiveness, etc. At this point we demonstrate the functionality of your new web site, sans design, and you have a chance to interact with it and make additions and alterations that you feel are needed.

Once these content and interactive aspects are complete, we turn to the look and feel of the site, and custom-design a visual solution. Many years of designing and developing web sites have proved to us that building the dynamic, backend mechanics of the site first, then designing the resulting content and user experience last is the most efficient and cost-effective way to achieve a successful solution that will help your business take advantage of all the web has to offer.

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