Why Do I Need A Website?
Your website is the digital face of your company and one of the biggest tools of advertising your business, but only by having a great site are you making the most use of that tool.
We take pleasure in developing modern, creative, personalised websites which are user-friendly with the client’s best interest in mind.
It’s in the name really. These are websites which offer a service for all types of business, from plumbing and heating to, well... Hello, *wave* that’s what we are. The main difference from other kinds of websites is that it doesn’t have an online shop. If you don't want to sell your products online directly, then this type of site would be ideal for you. Talk about yourself, the business and what service you are offering with loads of pretty pictures. Job Done.
These are the websites which you go on to order your new pair of shoes. Yep, those ones! An E-Commerce website is similar to a service website, but it also features an interactive online shop where people can buy your products with a secured backend system to deal with payments and orders. If your business is a clothing shop, for example, this type of website would be better for you rather than a service website.
Whether you’re a budding Jackson Pollock or the next Nigella Lawson, this would be perfect for you. Portfolio websites are a great way to showcase your work and increase awareness of your brand using a visual technique. These would be excellent for a freelancer as the primary purpose of an online portfolio is to give your customers a sense of who you are, what you can do and whether you are the person they should hire to execute their project.
If you have a smartphone, I’m sure you will know what these are, you will have apps on your phone such as Facebook ®, YouTube ® and even Spotify ® if you like to listen to music while on the train to work. Having a mobile app to link up with your website could be a massive boost to your brand recognition as 60% of internet users do so through their phone. Not everyone will require a mobile app, but everyone will need a mobile-friendly website at the very least, you don’t want someone to have to zoom into your site to navigate to the contact page… Now that could be awkward if you're going to portray yourself as a professional business.