In an increasingly competitive market, good design helps you clearly communicate what you offer, delivering an advantage over your competition.
A successful website design project goes beyond the grid, the colours and the typography; we consider the user journey, how people will interact with the content, and perhaps most importantly how the design will adapt across a range of modern devices.
We've been crafting websites for over 20 years. No matter the sector and style the fundamentals of good website design are the same.
Designing you a successful website
By focusing on digital design, we have developed a breadth of knowledge that spans a range of disciplines and allows us to produce websites that look great and deliver results.
We understand each project has its own unique requirements and we will work closely with you in order to really understand what you want from your website. We aim to create a website design that really reflects and reinforces your brand values and personality, shows an understanding of the marketplace or sector and will meet your audiences expectations.
What makes a good website design?
We aim to deliver the following benefits when creating your website:
- It will look great (of course!)
- It will reflect and enhance your brand
- It will have clear sales messages and calls to action
- It will be easy for your customers to use
- It will be accessible to all users
- It will be a communication tool that you are proud of!!
Getting these ingredients right will be critical to how well your website will be received, how easily your customers can find out about your products and services, and how easy they find it to then make an enquiry or buy a product. The end result being a great looking, user-friendly, easy-to-manage website.
We’ve worked on a wide variety e-commerce projects over the years, from custom processes to the ‘standard’ online shopping catalogue format. We have designed for Magento, Woo Commerce, and Shopify, creating shopping experiences that make it quick and easy for your customers to move from browsing to checking out.