It is quite easy these days to produce a cheap website design and upload it. Many people do it, so it can't be hard. You can even buy a custom site, tailor made for various uses such as architects, plumbers, etc., often advertised on the lesser TV channels. Simple. But then try to get other people to view it. And that's the tricky bit.
We, being a creative design agency London, are able to develop the perfect combination of design and usability, making your website easy to navigate whilst not compromising the site's SEO (Search Engine Optimisation, i.e. improving its ability to be found online).
So what is the process for developing and designing a site? We approach designing a website in much the same way as we do traditional design. Initially we take a brief from our client and then we produce a basic page format, or design concept. This is done by our graphic designer, rather than a web designer. The PDFs will be exchanged between designer and client until the design is agreed. Then, our team produces a page based on the agreed brief.
The fundamental difference between this approach and others is that the whole process is controlled by a skilled graphic designer rather than a web designer. It is very unusual, in our opinion, to find a very good graphic designer who understands the technical fundamentals of search engine optimisation. That is not a criticism, merely a fact. We usually produce websites in a CMS based program (content management system) which allows the client to access the website and edit the copy and images. This can be done remotely simply by logging in to the website. It is quite a simple process and avoids the need to constantly refer to your web designer for every copy change and alteration you wish to make. As a digital design agency London, with experts in this field, we often perform this task.
So, if you are thinking of having a cheap website for the first time, or wish to change the appearance and structure of your existing site, contact us and one of our trained account handlers will be pleased to discuss your requirements.
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Web Design Project Case Studies
Uniqueworld, a major player in the travel industry, required a website that encompassed fine design, simplicity and good visual indicators. Having a UK and international client base, some of whom may not be totally at ease with the English language, it was necessary to produce a website that is easy to navigate.
Not only was this process successful, but the final cost was within the budget allocated by our client.