Web Site Design
Need a rocket scientist to analyse what we said above?
Well, leave it to us to do the painstaking work for you, by simply entrusting your website design construction to us!
Types of web design
We all have overlooked the word “fixed” and have been under the impression that anything is negotiable, well, not this time. We are fairly aware of what “fixed” means, Fixed web pages work along the same lines, they have a set width that won’t alter when the browser is resized, no matter what device the website is being viewed on.
Smart phones are the new PC’s, indeed, but is it possible to resize a fixed web page?
We hate to be the carrier of bad news, but on smaller devices, such as smartphones or tablets, content is harder to view and can be annoying for users, due to the need to scroll to view the rest of the content on a page, or to ”pinch and expand” in order to zoom into the text. When the browser is enlarged or reduced, images and text may visually fall apart on the screen.
Liquid or Fluid design
We are sure you haven’t forgotten the fifth grade science lesson that our teacher’s literally drilled into our brains, that a fluid has the property to take the shape of its container.Why have we brought up your middle school science lessons, you may ask!
When resizing the browser, the content on the page spreads itself out to fill the width of the browser when expanded, hence the term liquid design, and will look enlarged or as though it has shrunk. The columns containing the content on the webpage are built using percentages, rather than fixed columns used in fixed design, therefore the columns increase or decrease in size relative to each other.
We understand that half the battle in life is won if one is simply, responsive. We present to you a website design that aims to achieve the same objective. This approach makes website viewing easier by displaying websites on different devices in forms that are easy to read and navigate.
When creating a responsive website design, designers do not need to design multiple website formats that have been rearranged for different devices as websites are easily viewable and usable on desktop computers, tablets and smartphones.
What’s best on the Menu?
Remember the last time you strolled into a newly opened restaurant in the block and asked every waiter, what’s best on the menu? We sincerely hope you got the right answer! If you were to ask us, what’s best on our “menu”, we’d recommend you to read on…
Every company needs to analyse which devices their target audiences are viewing their website on in order to determine the best design structure of their website. It would be pointless to spend large amounts of money or time on perfecting the responsive design structure and layout for smartphones, if your customers are not viewing your website on smartphones.
Depending on your business needs, your long term goals and short-term targets, pick a web design that feels best fitted for your business requirements. In simple words, we offer nothing but the best services on our “menu”, so carefully hand-pick one that best suits you.
Pages of business websites
Laws of nature abide by no particular symmetry, ironic, isn’t it? “Laws” are meant to be broken, or so it seems from this elementary example.
There is no primary “law” that lays down rules on how many pages your website may possess, but to save you the time and excessive energy you many spend in deciding on the right amount of pages, we simplify the task by presenting 3 different sizes-
(a) A crisp 5 page website
(b) A sharp 7 page website
(c) A well explained, 30 page website
We gathered statistics from a team of the best Statisticians to give you a few insights about business sites, and here are the results:
i) An online verdict is Gospel truth!
According to our survey, 72% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations from real people.
ii) “I vouch for you”
82% of business owners have said their main source of new business is referrals.
iii) No place like home
69% of consumers are more likely to use a local business if it has information available on a social media site.
iv)”Websites”, a safe haven for Marketing
67% of businesses are using their website to market to customers.