We handcraft user-driven sites, honing in on audience-relevant detail to increase lead generation and enhance your online presence.
A standout website happens when all elements skilfully combine to create an exceptional online experience. Human-centred design and user experience happen where slick aesthetics, functional development and an outcome-driven strategy meet. With the user front-and-centre of all our UX and UI decisions, our designs extend beyond the screen.
We don’t take shortcuts
We don’t take paint-by-numbers shortcuts with pre-packaged themes, because the results are always same-same. Instead, we take an in-depth, custom approach to every site by building everything from scratch. By scrutinising your needs, we create an original web design with wow-factor that plays to the strengths of your business.
Future proof & ready to rumble
To grow with you, our flexible websites are dynamic and future-proof. They’re movable beasts that can shift, expand and transform with your needs. And because eCommerce is ever-evolving, we develop by putting security and performance, for you and your audience, above all else. So your launch goes off without any hitches or glitches, we always apply SEO best practices.
Get a quote
We can help with building a quality website solution for your business or organisation. To help you, we’ve put together our pricing guide for website design.
Discovery & Strategy
Our goal here is to discover as much as we possibly can about the project, and devise a strategy.
- Site Map
- Website Goals
- User Flow Diagram
Once we’ve got a strategy in place, we develop comprehensive designs that are driven by user experience.
- Website Wireframes
- Mobile Friendly Designs
- Uniquely designed website
Development & Launch
After the design is nutted out, we turn it into a quality, responsive website ready for launch.
- Quality Built Website
- Website commissioned & launched
- Website Training
User Driven Design
- Competitor Research
- Website site map
- Website Goal Recommendation
- User Flow Diagram
- Wireframes – Website Blueprints
- Custom website design
- Mobile Friendly designs
- Standards compliant
- Accessibility (using WCAG 2.0 recommendations)
- Benchmarked for speed
- Search engine optimised
- All enquiry forms setup
- Website setup securely
Launch & Support
- Website commissioned
- Website submitted to search engines
- Training & Video Manuals on how to use the website
- 3 months free post-launch support
- 12 month warranty
- 25% discount on support plans
What is a site map?
A site map is the layout of the various pages within your website, it gives a birds eye view of everything that is happening within the website.
What is a user flow diagram?
A user flow diagram is a mapped out plan of the websites main objectives and goals, and how we can lead the user to them. We use them to help us plan for calls to actions on each page.
What is a wireframe?
The best way to think of a wireframe is like a house blueprint. It doesn’t show the final design, but it shows the layout and function of the website. No design elements are applied, however we do add in content to see how the content flows and to finalise the website layout before adding in the design.
Where is the website hosted?
We provide hosting for a number of our clients and we host here within Australia. We work with a number of reputable hosting providers to ensure that we are offering the best product to our customers.
Can I use my own web host?
Yes absolutely. We host clients on our care plans for free, so if you are looking of a way to save costs, this is a great option.
What happens if I want to add some features to the website while you’re building it?
Whilst we like to be flexible and responsive to your needs, we also like to deliver what we promise within the time frames and budgets we have allowed. If you ask us to add new features to your website while we are building it, we will most likely ask why? If we all agree that your new request will help us achieve our objectives then we will be more than happy to oblige.
Why is there so much jargon?
Just like anything, web design is a very specialised industry. One of the things that we always try to do is use plain-speak as much as possible. However time to time, it is good to know some industry jargon, read about the top 10 we recommend in knowing.