Websites

Responsive website design, development and management

Responsive Website Design

Desktop, Tablet, Mobile or All Three

Adaptability is crucial.

Mobile devices now make up more than 50% of website visits. Because of this, and the way handheld devices are constantly evolving, it is essential to have a responsive web design.

All websites take platform, screen size and orientation into consideration to ensure a perfect viewing experience. In fact, 82% of the top Alexa websites use adaptive design – meaning adaptability is crucial.

Web users expect every website that they browse online to adjust to fit whichever device they are using. Consequently, all websites we design feature responsive web design, so your business won’t miss out on those important hits.

More than 50% of website visits
are on mobile devices

Content Management Systems

If you want to edit the content of your website, without getting a professional involved, you are going to need a Content Management System (CMS). This will allow you to update text, images and design to some extent, without having to learn ‘code’.

Of course, a CMS doesn’t make you a web developer or designer: but does give you the ability to create and manage content with a little bit of knowledge. If you only use it to update ‘News’ regularly, fresh content is a step in the right direction to improving Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). Obviously, we’re here to do the clever stuff where required.

We’ve been developing websites using WordPress as our CMS of choice for over ten years. We’ve done this for startups and small business websites through to large globally recognised corporate brand websites.

Regular Service Schedule

Your website should be working hard for you, so in addition to regular updates to content you will need to keep the Content Management System up-to-date too.

This is completely at your discretion, but we advise considering a Regular Service Schedule of the CMS and any third-party to keep everything backed up and working correctly.

WordPress and WP Plugin developers are continuously improving functionality, and more importantly security.

Updates are released indiscriminately; daily, weekly, monthly so the more frequently the better for improved security and ‘fail-safe’ if the worse happens. If only quarterly or half yearly, you should consider it a necessity along with hosting and regular content updates.