For existing websites, we perform a comprehensive audit to understand how your website is performing, how users are engaging with it, and how search engines are finding it! This allows us to identify what’s working, what’s not, and what areas there are for improvement.
Based on a completed website audit, we determine next steps regarding content, cosmetics, and user navigation. Our website strategies consider your business goals, target audience, and current pain points.
A major component of web design optimization is ensuring your site is easy to crawl by search engines and offers clear navigation for users to find what they need. We'll help you create a sitemap that helps direct the user's path and leads to greater conversions.
We’ll help you identify competitive keywords and phrases that answer your users’ questions and drive organic traffic to your site. In addition to having a responsive website, we’ll ensure each page is optimized using SEO best practices and tracked within Google Analytics. This way you can easily monitor website engagement and campaigns on the go!
Before your website comes to life, we’ll help you visualize its navigation structure and interface using wireframing. This allows you to take an active role in the implementation of your website to see how all of the moving pieces fit together to create a user-friendly, engaging, and simplistic design.
Once the skeletal framework of the website is built, it's time to design the look and feel of each page, including colors, typography, graphics, and images.
Your website is often your brand's first impression with potential customers. Whether users are searching for you on their smartphones, desktops, or tablets, they'll be able to easily navigate through your site's responsive web design that's fully optimized using SEO best practices.
Web design and development is the digital representation of your brand, service, and products. It represents the visual identity of your site, including layout, design, and content.
Web development refers to the functionality and performance of your site on the web, including style sheets, optimization, and user experience. When both work together successfully, the result is a professional and engaging website experience for your users.
Similarly to cost, website timelines depend on the size of the site. But timelines also depend on your commitment to the project and how quick you are to review our work. Currently, the average website project takes 2 to 4 months, starting with a discovery session and finishing with final deliverables.
We use WordPress as our content management system for its powerful performance, customization attributes, and ease of use for DIY updates. We also use Squarespace for one-page brochure sites, portfolios, and micro eCommerce sites.