Custom Website Design
Our Unique Website Design Process
OK, we put a bit of jargon in there didn't we. Naughty us. SEO stands for search engine optimisation - which means making your website visible to Google. The other search engines think they matter, but they really don't. Not at the moment anyway.
When you've approved the designs and the page copy, we hand the whole lot over to our talented website developers to turn it into reality and build the website in one of our Content Management Systems. When that's done, we'll send you a link to the website on our development server so that you can approve it before we make it live to the world.
And After That?
At Designer Websites we pride ourselves on our customer service. Once we have launched your website we'll give you advice on what to do to keep your website fresh and provide you with ongoing support. By that time we'll also be quite the experts in your business, which we think makes us best place to help you develop an online marketing strategy to promote your website. This often includes a mix of paid online advertising such as Google AdWords and ongoing SEO.
Get in Touch
Take a look at our recent portfolio below and if you like what we do, then please get in touch - we'd love to hear from you. Alternatively, if you want to learn more about about us first, then read our website design and development blog post.
See also our blog: Questions to Ask When Choosing a Web Design Company
Take a look at our recent projects:
An attractive and functional website to be would be competitive in the wooden pallet marketplaceRead More
Vauxhall school wanted a website upgrade as their website was non-responsive, hard to edit and out-of-date. The brief was to brand the school with a website that parents, new and old, could use intuitively and easily, that was informative and attractive, and most importantly functional.Read More
Kiddie Academy are a new daycare centre that will open in January 2020 in Pukekohe. They wanted an information website that would brand their centre and inform parents of their facilities and culture.Read More
CNC Design wanted a modern, clean looking mobile responsive website which presents the company, and their brands, in a professional manner for both prospective clients and employees. A key part of the brief was to help 'sell' the company's expertise, products and services more effectively.Read More
Dance First Studio
Sara-Jane wanted a new website for her dance and fitness studio. The brief was to design a modern, contemporary looking website that's flexible enough to accommodate the growth of the business, new locations and inclusion / removal of dance classes. The website includes a custom developed timetable and interactive booking form.Read More