Websites are an invaluable part of any business or organisation looking to scale its products or services.

Websites are a necessity for every company, however, most companies do not leverage the in-bound lead generation possibilities, that websites present. Even if you think that your website is a simple ‘online brochure’ of your product or service, it can be transformed to help you identify potential customers and therefore build your customer database.

Websites are mainly created through three ways:

  • Pre-built templates from Squarespace, Shopify and WordPress
  • Bespoke software development for front end (how it looks to the consumer) typically utilising JavaScript, HTML, CSS etc
  • Bespoke software development for back-end (more complicated database and integration functionality) typically utilising C++, Python, Java etc

DDD specialises in building inexpensive websites

utilising all three methods

The convenience of being able to shop 24/7 means there has been an explosion of websites that have eCommerce capability. DDD builds sites with full sales transactional capability including full content management, CRM, shopping cart, delivery tracking and full international credit card transactional capability.

However, there are three critical issues when building a website:

  • Great UX (user experience) so the navigation by the consumer is seamless
  • Fully optimised for mobile and tablet
  • SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is baked-in to get natural search traffic

Our style is to involve you right from the beginning of the website project until the launch and beyond. The process begins with a workshop with key members of the team, for us to better understand your business and then brainstorm new ideas for you to obtain maximum value from your website. From this kick-off session, we will then produce the following:

  • Sitemap to understand the scope of the project
  • Initial designs
  • Navigation and refine the UX (User Navigation)
  • Produce the wireframes (screens with boxes of what goes where)
  • Detailed specification document
  • Final sign off agreement of the designs and scope of work

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