I design web sites with your visitors, as well as search engines, in mind. Here are some of the questions you should ask yourself about your web site:
- Is it accessible on most computers, mobile and tablet devices, web browsers and operating systems?
- Does it load quickly?
- Is it visually appealing?
- Does it accurately represent your company TODAY?
- Is it easy to find what people are looking for?
- Will they want to come back?
- Will they perform your specific “call to action”, meaning fill out a form, buy products, register and use your web site?
- Can they find you using the major search engines?
When I build a web site for a client, I design with all of these questions (and more) in mind. I want to make your site valuable to you and your visitors. There are many different ways to design a web site. Static HTML pages are the simplest way to display information. This is the least expensive option but doesn’t allow you to make minor changes.
Another option is have a software platform that offers you more functionality and an administrative section where you can manage your own web sites content. I use the world’s largest open source (free) software, WordPress to provide my clients with a way to add and change content, meta tags, images, video and more.
Maybe your vision includes some very specific, industry-related features that a content management system can’t include. See my section on custom programming for more information on this type of web site.
See these other sections of my web site for related information: