We can make your site stand out from the crowd with our high quality, low cost, and advanced designs. With over 5 years of experience in site development, we have learned what it takes for a site to succeed on the Internet and apply these techniques to our total site development approach.
Having the perfect web site
1. First we start by having you fill out our Project Planner providing us with information such as an idea of your company theme, site purpose, and targeted market
2. Once we receive your Project Planner information we will contact you for a free consultation to discuss specifics details and provide you with a quote for the cost of designing your new web site.
3. After the consultation and reaching an agreement on the project cost then our creative team works closely with the marketing and programming teams to develop the initial sketches and framework of your site. After your acceptance of the prototype, we go to work as an integrated team to develop the final product.
Many web site owners make the mistake of farming out the different aspects of site development to different companies. They may choose a graphics designer, a professional copywriter for text, a marketing person or agency, a separate programmer for site functions and even yet another for site hosting. We believe this is a mistake because in order for a site to function correctly, all aspects of the site need to be fully integrated with each other. Our team approach ensures that everything works together as it should and one area doesn't work against the other.
For an example, how many sites do you still see that have extensive use of frames? Did you know that using frames on a site is a major killer for great search engine placement? Having a skilled marketing person on board would raise that red flag about using frames to the site developer right away. Another deadly error is placing java script high in the code that prevents search engine robots and spiders from seeing your valuable first 150 words that are keyword rich and aid in your overall placement. How many programmers worry about such things? Not many unless they are on a total development team!