Sites that don’t go down. Stores that work on every platform. Apps that rate 5 stars for reliability. What’s behind them all is solid code. We don’t cobble together a bunch of plug-ins to make the thing work. We build it right from the ground up at the level of complexity it requires. Not a line of code more.
That kind of work takes engineers who know Web 2.0, HTML5, Java, and what’s around the next corner. Coders that live this stuff, and don’t stop tinkering till it ticks like a Swiss watch (Okay, so watches don’t tick so much anymore, but you get the picture).
It doesn’t matter if it’s pretty if it doesn’t work. Our sites look great (we think you’ll agree), but more importantly, they do the job they were meant to do, which we took the time to figure out in step one. We’ve listened carefully to our client’s needs, now we design around that, using all the tools at our disposal.
What makes our sites fresh is that we are constantly growing as designers, constantly looking for new ways of expression that still feel organic to our audiences. When your site shines, it reflects on your business or
It’s amazing how the most elementary questions about a website are often glossed over. WEBexpo asks the basic questions the answers drive our concept of the site or app. Here’s some:
“What’s the purpose?”
It may be to tell a story, to sell socks, to pitch a concept, to raise a buck. If we don’t know where we’re going, we’re bound to get lost.
“Who’s the audience?”
20 somethings, soccer moms, legionnaires – the look and feel of the site needs to speak to them.
“What action do we want them to take?”
Start shopping, read on, write their congresswoman — we haven’t
succeeded if they don’t do what you wanted them to do in the first place.