Web design and development services

Web design and development service

Web design and development is an umbrella term that describes the process of creating a website. Like the name suggests, it involves two major skill sets: web design and web development. Web design determines the look and feel of a website, while web development determines how it functions.

As a web designer is and a graphic artist we are responsible for designing the layout, usability, and visual appearance of a website. We build and maintains the core structure of a website. As a successful web designer we have  possess an array of creative, graphic, and technical skills.

Web site redesigning

A website redesign is a high-level overhaul that involves significantly changing elements like the code, content, structure, and visuals of your current website to better serve your visitors. A great website redesign tends to boost revenue, lower bounce rates, and improve user experience (UX).

Reasons for redesigning a website vary, depending on the specific marketing goals of your business. The most common reasons are to rebrand your site, increase your traffic, generate more leads, and add functionality to improve the user experience. Your business goals will determine the scale of your website redesign.

How to Redesign a Website
  1. Benchmark your current performance metrics.
  2. Determine your website redesign goals.
  3. Define your branding and messaging.
  4. Define your buyer persona(s).
  5. Protect your search engine optimized pages.
  6. Analyze the competition.
  7. Take inventory of your high-performing assets.
  8. Choose the right software.

Static web design

What is a static website? Static web pages are made of “fixed code,” and unless the site developer makes changes, nothing will change on the page. Think of it like a brochure for a business. Static sites give a lot of the same type of information that you could get from a brochure, but it can’t just change itself.

Common examples of static websites include resume websites, portfolio websites, brochure websites, one-off landing pages, and other informational or read-only sites. These websites are small (three to four pages or fewer), limited in content, and don’t require personalized content or frequent updates.

In general, dynamic means “energetic or forceful,” while static means “stationary.”In computer terminology, however, dynamic usually means “capable of action or change,” while static means “fixed.”

Dynaminic web design

Dynamic Website is a website containing data that can be mutable or changeable. It uses client-side or server scripting to generate mutable content. Like a static website, it also contains HTML data. Dynamic websites are those websites that changes the content or layout with every request to the webserver.

A dynamic page displays different content for different users while retaining the same layout and design. Such pages, usually written in CGI, AJAX, ASP or ASP.NET, take more time to load than simple static pages.

A static website is one with stable content, where every user sees the exact same thing on each individual page. On the other hand, a dynamic website is one where content is pulled on-the-fly, allowing its content to change with the user.

E-Commerece web design

What exactly does ecommerce website design entail? Put simply, it’s the process of creating an online store for your business to sell digitally to target shoppers. To design an ecommerce website, you need to plan, conceptualize and arrange your content and products for effective display on the Internet.

The design of your store attracts the customer to visit their website. It is an art to design E-commerce website. The design of your store can make or break the sales, catch the attention of the customers to make them away.

Responsive web design

Responsive web design (RWD) is a web development approach that creates dynamic changes to the appearance of a website, depending on the screen size and orientation of the device being used to view it.
Responsive web design is divided into three main components: the media query, the web browser, and the responsive web interface itself.
Dropbox’s web page is the perfect example of how responsive UX design can dramatically alter user behavior when used on different screen sizes. It takes responsive design to the next level by displaying what looks like completely different web pages depending on your device.