perswebPlenty of people think that the web design is all about slapping some words and pictures together and posting them online. Just to mention that even more folks are considering their knowledge of web design and web development on a higher level than the team delivering the product. No doubt that sort of attitude has created some conflicts between clients and web development companies and definitely produced some non-working or strange web sites we see out there. We’ve got to a conclusion that the less the client is interfering with his website the better the outcome is. Hereby I’d like to pomp out some features that may answer some questions of clients twitting their web designing skills:

1. Website navigation. Make sure that you know what your customers and clients want to see on a navigational level and can easily find what they are looking for, but try not to have more than 10 menu items, because some people get confused. If that’s something you don’t know at the beginning of the web design process, please let us figure out what customers and clients are looking for on your web site. This helps ensure that clients are perfectly happy with your web site.

2. Usability issues. We want your web site to be easily accessible to everyone, which is why we make sure that it works for vision impaired and hearing impaired users as well. We also try to consider all the possibilities - that someone is viewing your site on a slow Internet connection, on a tiny cell phone, or on an obscure computer system. Our VIB Solutions team really checks to ensure that everyone can see your web site perfectly.

3. Study the market. Whatever you think you know about your potential site viewers, we do market research to find out what your customers are thinking. That lets us build a site that your customers will swear was custom designed for them. We even study the market, so that we know what sells (and doesn’t) in your field, so don’t worry so much about not providing the perfect message to your customers – we will be helping you with that.

4. Competitive analysis. We will be finding out what others in your industry are doing so that we can use the same success strategies.

5. SEO – search engine optimization. The nice thing about SEO is that people are getting to know more about it. Minimal optimization is done with every website created out there. Please try to understand that a deep SEO service that makes your newly website go on the first page on Google takes minimum 1 month and is done after the website is completed – it may also cost you a bit, since this is a separate service. You can get to know our packages on www.seo16.com.

6. Maybe you already have an existing brand, logo, collateral, and primary audience. If you already have the so called “corporate identity”, then please include the mostra in one of your first emails to us. We take into account your budget, who your customers are, and what your business is all about, then analyze your material and see if we’d need to change it.

7. We test and then test again. Once your site is designed, we test it under all sorts of conditions - on old computers, strange operating systems, and different browsers. We do everything possible to ensure that your site is free of glitches, and works perfectly under the weirdest conditions.

So, convinced or not, the reality is that more people responsible for different parts of your future project would think and realize the needed tasks better than you!

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