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Web Devlopment

As part of our web development service, we keep you informed every step of the way. We believe that it is important to be “kept in the loop” regarding the progress of your site or just to keep an eye on us…

We do our web development in stages:

  1. After designs are finished and signed off, if you need one, we will sort out your domain first.
  2. If you chose to have one, we create an awesome holding page up on your domain to get your customers interested in the amazing new site in development. Of course if you’re selling online, it’s best to keep the current site up!
  3. Then we spend usually about 5-7 days building the foundation of your website.
  4. Next we create a URL which would be at (but with your company name instead of “yoursite” of course), and you can check this anytime day or night to see the progress.
  5. We build-in the responsiveness during the initial build, yet we do most of the fine tuning after you have the link. If you give us feedback on how it is looking on all of your devices, it helps make everything just that little bit better.
  6. We then start putting in your content instead of mock images and mock text (instead of lorem ipsum). It’s most useful if you send over a text document with everything you want to say on the site as then you are assured that the content is exactly what you would like. If you don’t have a copywriter, you can just give us a brief of the text and we will write up for you…
  7. Once everything is looking good, we focus on SEO, keywords, analytics and more.
  8. We then get the site live, spend some time bug testing to make sure everything is working properly.

We think a website is never finished. You shouldn’t get a car and never service it, just like you shouldn’t get a website and not tend to it. There’s always somewhere to progress, new things to use, new features to add.

Now you should get in touch and discuss about your new site

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Responsive Design

Pretty much everyone who wants a website, wants a mobile website… It’s basically essential these days to have one and you’d need one to work on all the different devices out there: iPhone’s, Samsung Galaxy S’s, iPad’s and all the other devices it would take too long to list here (you can go here to see a pretty big list if you’re interested), that’s a lot of screen resolutions to build for.
However, there is an awesome way around this; build one site and use something called media queries to adjust the site for all these different devices, it’s rather elegant really, it allows you to cover all desktop screens, all tablets and all mobile displays.

We build all sites to be responsive by default, so you aren’t going to need to worry about your site not working on mobile devices, it will!

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You could have the best looking website in the world, however that’s not much good if no one can Google you, and that’s what SEO (search engine optimisation) is all about.
Normally by this point we have a pretty good idea about your business (if not we will work with you to do so), and we optimise the site with focus keywords, meta data and content to match. An example, contrary to what you may think, if someone was looking for a designer in Cornwall, they’re more likely to search “design company Cornwall” over “design agency Cornwall”, so optimising your site to match what people are searching is a really, really good idea.

If there is enough information to do so, we can add something called structured data, which is essentially a version of the site hidden in the source code that is super easy for search engines to read, this can and most likely will, give you the edge to get higher up on Google.


We set up Google Analytics for you, our servers are also set up with statistics data too, so there is multiple ways to see how your site is doing, this makes it really easy for us and you to see what on the site is working best.
It’s very important, with e-commerce sites, to not focus or push products that are selling the least, it’s the old 80/20 rule, 20% of your products make up 80% of your income (give or take), and those top products are selling the best for a reason, because people want them! So focus on promoting those.

Social Media

Social media is one of, if not the most effective way to get people on your website. Not only do all the people on there see the links you’re sharing, they could be sharing those links with their contacts. So not only does this spread your site, a kind of side effect of this, is that you’re creating back links, which are used by search engines to figure out how reputable your site is. So share, share, share… With social media, you can be an influential driving force for the growth of your site.

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