Website Design

Responsive Website Design

Responsive websites to engage users on the go.

Since the rise of mobile devices, a new term was created to class designing websites for mobile devices. The term ‘responsive web design’ is defined as a website that ‘responds’ to different screen sizes it’s viewed on: desktop, notebook, smartphone, tablet etc. If you want your website to be accessible to the largest possible number of users, it must be responsive.

We're Sticklers for Detail

So before a site goes live, we test across a full range of browsers and devices. Your site will be beautiful and functional however users access it – on a desktop, laptop, tablet, smart phone, or whatever comes next.

If you're in the market to create a new site that includes a content management system, Ecommerce functionality or planning a redesign of your existing one, now is a great chance to receive a site that has your customer's needs in mind.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How long before my site is ready?

    How long it takes to complete your website is dependent on a number of factors, firstly our workload when you sign off the web proposal will be a factor, we will advise you at the time of our current workload, but it’s not normally an issue unless you have an unusually tight deadline.

  • I need my site launched for a particular date

    When you need the project completed by is an important factor in our planning, please ensure you advise us of any important dates and milestones so we can factor these in and adjust our schedules as necessary.

  • What will my site will look like?

    The features and your requirements will shape how your site design and usually comes about from the initial meeting, with further discussions about design and the project overall taking place once the proposal is signed off.

  • How to help keep on schedule

    The biggest factor is how quickly you can provide us content for your site, along with feedback on any proofs we give you. The single biggest delay to getting your site online is receiving any copy as well as feedback on proofs we give you.