For us, WordPress web development is all about understanding your priorities, so that we can design and build a website that works for you.
All our projects – both large and small – are fueled by business-insight. We take a pragmatic approach, developing websites that solve challenges and improve your systems.
Working with you, we can explore how your website could save time, streamline processes or create opportunities for growth through digital marketing.
A good user experience can transform the way people feel about your business. Our WordPress web development process shapes great user experiences.
By modelling different user perspectives, we develop digital experiences that inform, inspire and engage.
We use the WordPress content management system (CMS) because it’s reliable, flexible and innovative.
Our WordPress web development process will deliver a CMS that’s built to meet your exact needs, giving you a simple, user-friendly system.
Our websites are optimised for speed and performance. Our balanced approach ensures that creative ideas are always informed by tech-thinking. So, a whizzy design won’t impact your website’s performance.
It’s also important to say that we don’t use a ‘one-size-fits all approach’. By tailoring your build, you’ll have a bespoke version of WordPress, optimised just for you.
Naturally, we’re code enthusiasts – but we’re not so bogged down in code that we lose sight of what really matters: creating great user experiences.
As WordPress web development specialists, we use HTML5 and CSS3, coding mainly in PHP. We also apply in-depth SEO knowledge when building a site.
We develop responsive websites as standard, in all our projects. So, you can rest-assured that your site will automatically work across all screen sizes – desktop, tablet and mobile.
Before we launch your website, our in-depth testing covers all the key browsers. That way, we iron out any last-minute minor tweaks and fixes, so you can launch in style!
Google Analytics offers great insight into the performance of your website. Placing Google Analytics code across your website will help you to build up a picture of how people are interacting with each page.
Drawing together the wealth of data – including user demographics, traffic volumes, keywords, campaign and referral data, will allow you to pinpoint specific areas for improvement or development.
What our client said
Fantastic service from these guys. They have a brilliant work ethic, they are punctual, honest and I have loved working with them. I cannot recommend them enough as a business
Rupy | The Doctors Kitchen
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