Over half of all small businesses still don't have a website. But is having a website really that important? In today's environment, yes it is.
Did you know that there are 3.3 billion smartphone users in the world today? And when you consider that almost 80% of those smartphone users have used a mobile device to find a service or to make a purchase online in the last 6 months, then again, yes! Having a website is crucial for the growth of your business.
A website works for your business 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It doesn't need 8 hours of sleep per night, or take annual holidays, or even take the weekends off.
The traditional website design methodology is broken for several reasons. It's costly, it's time and resource-consuming, and it leaves no room for further improvements to be made, once the website has been launched and handed back to the client.
Growth-Driven Design, (GDD for short), is a smarter and more effective approach to modern website design that focuses on three key stages. The planning and strategizing phase, the launchpad phase, and the continuous improvement phase.
Growth-Driven Design reduces frustration and risks for your business, it drives results based on real user-data analysis, and it will help to improve your business on the whole, and drive growth! You can learn more about the Growth-Driven Design methodology here.
I work primarily with WordPress, which I consider to be the most powerful, open-source CMS platform available. It's also very manageable. WordPress is the perfect foundation for any professional website development project.
As a certified and highly-experienced front-end developer (HTML5, CSS3, SASS3, PHP client-side), I'm OCD when it comes to writing neat, clean, maintainable, and scalable front-end website code.
For you, this means having a beautiful website developed with speed and performance in mind, and more importantly, having a website that will give your users the best possible experience.
Growth-Driven Design reduces frustration and risks for your business, it drives results based on real user-data analysis, and it will help to improve your business on the whole, and drive growth! You can learn more about the Growth-Driven Design methodology that I use here.
Below you will find my detailed process for developing a GDD website from start to finish.
I will have an in-depth and detailed discussion with the client to get a better and empathetic understanding of their business, their website goals, and objectives.
Using the information collected from the strategy meeting and any research material, I will then begin the process of designing and developing a launchpad website.
Once the launchpad website is live, through collaboration with the client and the collection of user data, we can begin making crucial improvements to the website.
In addition to web design and development, I can also provide personalized advice and website maintenance. If you have an existing WordPress website that you need help with, get in touch with me here.
There are many types of websites and depending on the kind of business you're either in or interested in going into, the process of creating such applications can vary dramatically. Below is a list of the types of websites I am able to design and develop for you, according to your goals and needs.
If you're looking for a modern, user-friendly, conversion-ready website, optimized for mobile, speed, and performance, then let's have a friendly chat about your ideas and goals.
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