Alternatively, if you’re after something completely new, we can create a brand new logo for you, based entirely on your brief, for just £299.
We can set your business up with a professional social media profile on any of the main social networks including Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. Our in-house design team will also create you high-quality profile and cover/header images to make your profile stand out
Are you planning on getting a new website or are you a startup business that wants to show their products and services to a wider audience. Then this is the right place for you.
We are specialized in helping new and small business to launch their online presence. Just get in contact with us and we have set up a list of steps that makes it easier for you to communicate your design wishes and guarantee a succesful launch of your new website.
Probably the hardest part for many is getting their content together. It really is not that difficult but at times people are just not prepared or have never been required to come up with or create content for their business. At this stage we’ll work together and gather what is needed to move forward.
Any questions please feel free to ask
Next we will set up a system for managing files like pictures, Word documents and other content for your website. We’ll also setup and create a system of communication that will help us stay organized along the way.
There are numerous programs available for project management. We prefer using Trello which is great for keeping track and communication
If and when it is necessary there is also DropBox if the need arises to send larger files. Using a system like this alleviates stress and confusion that is often caused by disorganized emails and where and when your files were sent or received. It’s all part of having a good overall experience during the design process and well worth the effort.
Designing a website, no matter the size, is an extensive process that can be overwhelming. I’ve outlined my process into 3 steps: Click below for the list:
A large and time consuming part of website design is in the layout, structure and design of the site. I’ll create the framework of the website and will send the homepage and a sub-page (or more upon request) for approval.
Once the site layout and design is approved, I’ll move forward with the designing of all pages, functionality and responsive code, making sure your site looks great and functions nicely across all devices and web browsers.
Once the site is ready for final review, you’ll be able to review each page and we can make detailed edits until the site is revised completely.
When we are through editing and everyone is happy, we prepare to go live with your new website. This is a very exciting time and I understand you’ll be a bit nervous about what happens next. So here’s a breakdown to help!
Your website logins, all credentials and files will be sent to you via basecamp or email insuring the security of your passwords and content. Though your logins and passwords will be saved locally, PLEASE SAVE ALL LOGINS FOR YOUR RECORDS AS WELL. We will keep backups in case…
Upon completion, you’ll receive a link to my “moving forward” process where you’ll receive tips and tricks on marketing your new website and also information on our Maintenance/Security Plan which I highly recommend for all my clients. Last but not least, enjoy the prosperity of your website!
WordPress is one of the best, if not the best content management systems when it comes to SEO. That being said, spending time on your WordPress SEO might seem like a waste of time, it most definitely is not. Optimizing your site to the best practices outlined in this article will help you improve your rankings, gain more subscribers and have a better website in general.
As we take quite a holistic view on (WordPress) SEO, meaning that we think good SEO should be engrained in all aspects of your online marketing and PR, this guide covers quite a lot of ground and is, therefore, a long read. Check out the table of contents for some quick jumping around.
Updates to this WordPress SEO article and the full guide are here: Yoast Guide to Advanced SEO
This article has been kept up to date with the best practices for WordPress SEO since early 2008. The goal of this article is to let all the info of all the different articles we wrote about the topic, here and on other sites, fall into one big piece: the ultimate WordPress SEO tutorial.
The first versions of this article were heavily based on using a plugin called HeadSpace and a series of other plugins. We’ve since released our own Yoast SEO plugin which replaces quite a few of those. That plugin has proven so powerful that is being used on used on millions of sites, even big ones like SearchEngineLand, and The Next Web. The Yoast SEO plugin is very stable and has loads of great features. This article now assumes you’re using it. Click below to learn more about yoast…