In recent years, browsing on mobile has continued to rocket. All of my websites are now built to a responsive design, unless there is a clear reason for not doing so.
- Websites adapt (respond) to the device they are being viewed on (resize your browser window to see what I mean)
- Responsive design is Google’s preferred approach for mobile web design.
- You only have a single website to maintain.
I strive to create compelling, beautifully clear websites, created with a focus on your audience – ensuring each website is structured so that the user quickly finds what they’re looking for, and sees what you want them to see.
Hand Crafted in WordPress
My websites are built almost exclusively in WordPress:
- It’s a Content Management System (CMS) – meaning you can log in and update content yourself.
- Ultra flexible, easy to use and extendable.
- Probably the world’s most popular open source CMS.
WordPress also allows us to do lots of clever things when it comes to displaying portfolios, events, and other ‘special’ types of content.
It can be used to create e-commerce systems, membership websites, and… well, the possibilities are pretty close to endless. Read more about WordPress development here.
Websites are expensive and I get far too many people coming to me saying they’ve had a bad experience with their previous web design company.
I genuinely find this a real shame.
Even if you don’t decide to commission Hexagon (we’re not the right company for everyone!!), please make sure you consider the following questions:
- Does your chosen company work with you until you’re 100% happy with the website design and build?
- Will your new website be responsive & work seamlessly on mobile?
- Will it be coded by hand to a bespoke design? Will the code be standards compliant where at all practical?
- Will the website be tested across a range of browsers?
- Will you have the ability to easily add and edit content – including SEO meta data?
- Will someone be available to answer your support calls with the same degree of enthusiasm as your initial sales call? (or almost at least!)