Responsive web design process
With over 20 years of experience in digital, we’re able to guide you through the complex world of digital design.
We know that in this day and age your customers access the web via an endless array of devices. With that in mind, the user experience and cross-device compatibility are key if you are to achieve your goals and ensure your website is both discoverable and easy to navigate.
A process to suit you
We’re happy to pick up all facets of a website project, from logo design to development while also being comfortable working alongside any other chosen professional you already have relationships with.
We’re happy to mock up page layouts and talk you through some of the decision-making process explaining why something might work across mobile but need a different treatment on desktop.
Our job is to provide you with the right information to make informed decisions about your website, we understand that website are become essential for businesses and we’re here to help you get the most from that platform.
Web Design Frequently Asked Questions
Website costs will change based on a number of factors including number of pages, functionality, assets creation requirements such as video, copy and images through to the hosting requirements which align to your expected volume of traffic. That being said you can expect a professional responsive website to start at around £850.
We take care of the whole process from ensuring that your website is submitted to Google Console ensuring you are indexed in Google through to final testing and setup of your analytics (e.g. Google Analytics) so you can assess behaviour and monitor your performance.
Much like the cost there are many answers to this question, most of the time taken is gathering and supplying the relevant assets such as imagery, copy, branding, etc. If you’re well organised on this front and the type of websityou require isn’t to complex then it’s possible to have a ready made build in under two to three weeks. Larger builds can take months but again all comes back to the initital requirements.
Yes, we’ll always look to use a CMS to power your website enabling you to update and publish new content. We’ll take care of backups and technical updates unless of course you’d like to manage that area too.
Yes, we manage campaigns across a number of different platforms such as Google Ads, Microsoft Ads, Facebook , Instagram and many more. We can either set this up and hand it over or work on a very reasonable retainer where we continue to optimise campaigns ensuring you get the most out of your spend.