We’ve just about completed a brand new website for one of our clients, which went live a few days ago.
Based off WordPress, we created a customized theme and added more functionality to it; Such as post image placement, slide shows and social media. We also updated to the latest versions and wrote a manual on how it all works.
A Stats module was requested and added, and an analytic profile created for the customer.
To help our local business out more, we also got them onto Google Local and Maps with a Google+ Business page and linked it all together.
A Client of ours asked us to build a simpler version of their website designed from many years ago. Investigating the back-end system even we were confused by its structure and system, and found its base not developed since 2007.
Touching upon the current site design, we managed to add some parts to WordPress’s default Twenty Twelve template to almost look the same. This was our first step into WordPress’s coding and template modifications and set us on the path to our own redesign!
Other aims of the redesign was to make it a lot easier for the client to update their own website, improve interest via social media, and if business improved; have a dedicated person constantly keeping things moving with their project updates and client interaction.
Unfortunately as their old site automatically renewed itself, we held off from launching the new version while we look through paperwork for Domain name and cancelling their current contract.
One of our aims of service is to save our clients money. This client was paying around £300 a year for their site, their new one will cost much, much less once it on it own hosting and running, with cloud based or simple hosting, we estimate around £30-£40 per year with management and content creation.
To see what we can do for your tired looking site, or general advice to add functionality to it; Contact us