We have over a decade of experience designing and developing websites ranging from simple brochure sites to e-commerce & larger more complex sites.
Depending on your requirements, you can either rely on us to make updates to the website on your behalf or we can set up content management system allowing you to update the website yourself.
Typically we will talk through your ideas/requirements, carry out a review of competitor websites, research the best search phrases/keywords to target & identify the best options through the development process. For clients who may not have a logo and branding in place this can be developed along with the website.
Below are are standard packages.
Present your products or services online with a 'brochure website'. Typically a collection of up to half a dozen pages e.g.
Manage and sell your products or services online with an 'e-commerce website'. Visitors can browse your products & services, make payment by on-line, automatically generating confirmation e-mails for both the customer & yourself providing all the information you need to process and full full the order.
We are able to select from a number of 'ecommerce shopping cart' systems allowing us to implement the option most suitable for your requirements. Among a wide range of features the site will allow you to manage the products as they appear on the website and provide a check out system allowing customers to manage the contents of their basket before checking out.
We will also integrate the 'check out' pages with an a credit card processing service to confirm the credit card details & take payment over a secure (SSL) connection.
PayPal Buttons from £750+vat
Wordpress Shop from £1500+vat
We are able to deliver advanced design & development projects. These sites can simply be larger versions of 'Starter' websites or perhaps include a number of additional features including bogs, forums, e-commerce, galleries, multimedia & content managed elements.
In some cases these websites have required us to developer bespoke integration with clients back office systems allowing them to manage aspects of their business via a password protected management area.
Where clients need to update their website relatively frequently, it may be cost affective to built a 'content management system' (CMS). While this results in a more expensive build & hosting package, over the medium to long term it will save money by allowing the client to update various aspects of the website themselves.
The alternative is a simple 'static' website, where the client usually sends us the updates to make on their behalf. Whilst we may have to charge for these updates depending on the work required, if the updates are infrequent enough this may be the cheapest option.
You can see a diagram we've created to explain the advantages & disadvantages of including a CMS in your website on our Website Components page by clicking here.