Website Design Solutions For Start-Ups and Large Businesses

We are a website design company that focuses on reaching your online goals. From strategic information and brand-boosting websites to more complex E-Commerce websites.

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    The Best Website Design to Reach Your Goals

    The best website design service focuses on what you want to achieve by having an online presence. It could be a simple information website to a full-blown e-commerce website where you are selling products. All our websites are built on a CMS (Content Management System) which allows you to take control of your own website.

    We recommend our additional SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) service so your website is listed on search engines and found organically high up through specific relevant search terms.

    Based in Dunfermline, Fife we provide an affordable website design service, we don’t provide free website design as anything worthwhile in business is a paid-for service.


    What's Included in Professional Web Design?

    Starting with identifying your online goals we create a plan and determine the scope of the project and how the design of a website helps objectives be met. Each website we build uses the WordPress CMS platform, allowing us to create a website that is mobile responsive and future-proof.

    We also provide ongoing monthly SEO to generate more organic traffic to your website. This search engine optimisation service will help you be found higher on search engine result pages (SERPs).

    Websites That Work For You

    Here is what we provide within our website design service

    Page Hierarchy Planning

    With your goals in mind we craft a user journey map and visually illustrates the user flow through your site.

    WordPress Installation

    Installation and configure WordPress CMS onto the server so your website is ready to be built.

    Website Design

    Designing the overall layout and produce website design ideas.

    Website Development

    Using our technical skills we create much needed functionality to the website.

    Goal Identification

    Goal identification is the first thing to start with when building a website. the purpose of the website and what you want to achieve out of it helps us decide and plan out how to build the website.

    • Increase Brand Visibility
    • Build Credibility
    • Information Resources for Customers
    • Target A Wider Audience
    • Sell Products Online
    • Increase Revenue Through Affiliate Marketing
    Defining Your Website Project Scope

    Scope of Project

    The scope of the project is basically the size of the job that needs to be worked on by us. Based on our meetings and conversation with you through discovery, we provide you with a document that lays out the project summary, the deliverables, the schedule, and the cost. Things you need to think about when asking for a website to be built:

    • The Objectives And Goals Of The Website
    • What You Expect End Result To Be
    • The Time Frame You Need It Completed In
    • Your Budget For The Work

    Page Hierarchy Planning

    Once we know the number of pages on your website and what those pages will be we then create a plan for the hierarchy. This helps the customer journey be fast, and pleasant and get to the information they require without as a little problems as possible. Things you need to think about when asking for a website
    • How Many Pages There Will Be
    • What Will Those Pages Be
    • Customer Journey

    WordPress Installation

    We use WordPress as the base of all our websites. It is a CMS (Content Management System) and is widely used to power the majority of websites in the world. We install and set up WordPress on the server so it’s ready to have a website built on it. This is what we do when installing WordPress:

    • Install
    • Adjust Settings
    • Add Plugins
    • Add Users

    Website Design

    Website design is where most of the work and time goes into creating your online website. To make the process and have the outcome the best it possibly can be you will have to supply all images/photos and information about your business and what you provide in detail at the start of the project. This is what we do:

    • Install Page Building Software
    • Create Layouts
    • Add Pages
    • Add Posts
    • Add Post Categories
    • Embed Videos
    • Add provided Content
    Content Creation

    Content Creation

    If you can’t supply the text, photos or video for the website we can create that content for you which will be priced into the budget for the website.

    • We create text for each page
    • We provide photos or stock photos
    • We create videos

    Website Development

    If your website requires specific features that are not provided as standard then we can help develop solutions that would fit your goals.

    • Front-End Web Development
    • Back-End Web Development
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    Basic SEO

    Every website should be optimised for search engines. However, the work involved to get your website high up search engines is a vast ongoing process for which we provide SEO as another service. But we do add basic SEO for your website which will help it get listed on search engines.

    • Add Your Company Name and location In Page Title
    • Add Your Company Name and location In Page Description

    Submit Site to Search Engines

    Goal identification is the first thing to start with when building a website. the purpose of the website and what you want to achieve out of it helps us decide and plan out how to build the website.

    • Start blogging regularly.
    • Drive more traffic from your audience to website.
    • Decrease your site’s bounce rate.
    • Raise your conversion rate.
    • Increase your email subscribers.
    • Increase social mentions.
    • Make your website more accessible.
    Keyword Research

    Why Sell Online?

    Low Overheads, Open 24/7 With A Global Reach

    There are numerous benefits to selling directly online to your customers. E-commerce websites are low cost in comparison to renting and leasing bricks and mortar stores, and with an online store your customer reach is larger with no geographical limits.
    Shoppers can view your products 24 hours a day and make an informed decision on wether its the right product for them, and with easy buying process its a hassle free experience.
    Sell 24/7

    Your online shop can take orders any time of day making it convenient for your customers.

    Manage Stock

    Your products are itemised and catalogued into an inventory management system.

    Online Transactions

    Take payments from major credit cards or even paypal giving your customers choice.

    Global Reach

    Online you can sell across any country or continent without having a physical store located there.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How much does it cost for a professional website?

    Each website we build is priced upon many factors, these range from what the goals of your website are, how large or small your website is going to be, what type of functionality does it require, if you are planning to sell products directly online and so on… Each business is different and unique in what they offer and so should your website. We give a set price with an agreed plan and time schedule, any amendments or changes throughout the project are priced as add-ons.

    How quickly can you build a website for my business?

    In short, if the website is very basic and barebones we can build one with a 2 week period. However for a website to work at its best for you it really requires discussion, thought, planning and an agreed process to build an online goal oriented competitive website.

    How can I design my own website?

    If you don’t have the budget to hire us for a professional website build, then there are many free-to-use website builders which will allow you to get started online.

    What are the 3 types of web design?

    he classification of web design can vary depending on the source and context, but generally, three common types of web design are:

    1. Static Web Design: Static web design refers to websites that are built using only HTML and CSS. These websites display the same content to every visitor and do not have dynamic or interactive elements. Static websites are relatively simple and quick to develop but may lack the flexibility and functionality of more advanced designs.
    2. Dynamic Web Design: Dynamic web design involves the use of various programming languages, such as JavaScript or PHP, to create websites with interactive and dynamic elements. These websites can display personalized content based on user interactions, retrieve and update data from databases, and provide a more engaging user experience. Dynamic web design allows for greater flexibility and customization compared to static websites.
    3. Responsive Web Design: Responsive web design focuses on creating websites that adapt and adjust their layout and content based on the user’s device and screen size. With the increasing use of smartphones and tablets, responsive design ensures that websites are accessible and visually appealing across different platforms and screen resolutions. This approach involves using fluid grids, flexible images, and CSS media queries to create a seamless user experience on various devices.

    It’s worth noting that web design is a broad field, and these categories can overlap or be further subdivided based on specific design approaches, technologies, or functionalities.

    What makes a good web design?

    A good web design encompasses several key elements that contribute to a visually appealing, user-friendly, and effective website. Here are some factors that contribute to a good web design:

    1. Visual Appeal: A visually pleasing design that incorporates appropriate color schemes, typography, imagery, and layout can attract and engage users. The design should be consistent, balanced, and reflect the brand identity or purpose of the website.
    2. User-Friendly Navigation: Easy navigation is crucial for a good user experience. The website should have a clear and intuitive navigation menu that allows users to find information quickly and easily. Consistent placement of navigation elements, such as menus or search bars, helps users navigate through the site without confusion.
    3. Responsiveness: With the increasing use of mobile devices, a good web design is responsive and adaptable to different screen sizes and resolutions. The website should provide a seamless user experience regardless of the device used, ensuring that content and functionality remain accessible and usable.
    4. Clear and Readable Content: Content is a fundamental aspect of web design. The website should present content in a clear, organized, and easily readable manner. Proper typography, font sizes, line spacing, and contrast between text and background enhance readability and make the content more engaging.
    5. Fast Load Times: Users expect websites to load quickly. Optimizing image sizes, minimizing the use of external scripts, and employing caching techniques are some of the ways to improve loading times. Fast load times not only improve the user experience but also contribute to search engine optimization (SEO).
    6. Effective use of White Space: White space, also known as negative space, refers to the empty or blank areas between design elements. It helps to create a visually balanced layout, enhances readability, and improves the overall user experience. Proper use of white space allows important elements to stand out and reduces visual clutter.
    7. Consistency: Consistency in design elements, such as colors, fonts, and spacing, helps to establish a cohesive visual identity throughout the website. Consistent navigation, layout, and interaction patterns make it easier for users to navigate and interact with the site.
    8. Accessibility: A good web design takes accessibility into consideration, ensuring that the website is usable by people with disabilities. This involves implementing proper HTML markup, providing alternative text for images, using sufficient color contrast, and making the site compatible with screen readers.
    9. Clear Call-to-Action: A well-designed website incorporates clear and compelling call-to-action (CTA) elements. These can be buttons, links, or forms that guide users to take desired actions, such as making a purchase, signing up for a newsletter, or contacting the company. Well-placed and visually distinct CTAs encourage user engagement.
    10. Integration with Branding: A good web design aligns with the overall branding and messaging of the company or organization. Consistent use of colors, fonts, and visual elements that match the brand identity helps to create a cohesive and memorable user experience.

    These are some of the factors that contribute to a good web design. However, it’s important to note that effective web design is also influenced by the specific goals, target audience, and content of the website.

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