There’s a lot to consider when creating a website. But what makes for a GOOD website, one which you are proud of, and will bring you a solid return on investment?
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I’ve been a web developer in Surrey for many years. It often conjures images of sitting in front of an array of screens, fiercely tapping away on a keyboard whilst staring deep into page upon page of code.
Traditional web design is dead. Long live growth driven design! Let’s look in detail at growth driven design compared to traditional web design.
Before we look at the reasons why your website might be slow, let’s look at why it’s important.
If you have recently launched a new website which isn’t yet showing on Google, or you have an existing website which has disappeared from the search results.
So you need a website. You have your branding in place and your business goals and objectives are set. But what should the website include?
Well, put it this way – a website should be an investment in the future of your business/charity/organisation etc. So once you’ve invested in creating your brand new website, there are other on-going services to consider.
When talking about a service based offering such as website design and development, no one likes to talk pricing upfront for various reasons.
When you are preparing to embark on having a new website design developed, there’s a lot to think about, and probably a lot more is involved than you first thought.
Branding for business is not something that should be overlooked. Unfortunately no new platforms and DIY tools like Canva can support you in ensuring the foundations of your brand are strong.