Web Design :

In this digital age there are quite a few people who still ponder on the question “Do I really need to have a website?”. Whenever asked this question, our one word answer is “absolutely!”. Not because we have a potential client but because it is true.
Businesses / Ministries / Organisations (small and large) and even individuals are finding it rewarding to have their very own www.yourname.com presence online.
For many of us, the benefits of having a website is obvious and for some businesses to function or even exist, having a website is everything.
Having a website for your business means that your customers and clients can access (information on) your products, services and events at any time even when you are sleeping. There are some businesses that operate entirely online. This means that you can do business whenever it is convenient to you. Having a website is equivalent to having a catalog delivered to every computer or smart phone in the world.
Don’t think every one does Facebook or social media. Consider a good website your mother ship that links all your services and media into one central location.

Responsive Design :

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Years ago having a website was optional. Today it's a given. Customers are increasingly using their mobile devices to visit your website. They are more comfortable with the technology and demand more website features.
A responsive website changes its appearance and layout based on the size of the screen the website is displayed on. Responsive sites can be designed to make the text on the page larger and easier to read on smaller screens. They can also be configured to make the buttons on the phone's screen easier to press. More sophisticated ways of using responsive design on a mobile device include: formatting the website to hide or present entirely different information, radically changing the graphics and colours, or even reducing the site to emphasise just its most important piece.
If it has been more than 2 years since you refreshed your website, it's time to start thinking about an overhaul. If your site uses Flash, many phones don't currently support it, meaning that customers won't be able to see your content. Adobe, the manufacturer of the Flash platform just laid off 750 employees and is shuttering one of their divisions responsible for the development of Flash for mobile devices.
Its time to step in to the modern era of web browsing, contact us now to learn more.

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