We feel the best way to approach a website is to get to know you, and your business. This way we can understand what your business requires from a website.
By understanding your company goals and objectives, we can make suggestions on what will produce an effective website for your business.
This is the planning stage of your website where we work out the most effective route for the user as they travel through your site. The success of your website very much depends on this user journey.
During the discovery stage, we make sure all key features and pages are decided upon, making sure everyone is happy before we move on to the next stages of your website build.
Once all the requirements and functionality have been put in place, we start designing visuals of your site which will be created to suit your company’s best interests. We appreciate that every business is different and we’ll design a website that’s right for you and yours.
Once we are all happy that the designs are exactly how we want them, we pass them over to our developers.
They will then build your website according to the agreed design, within a CMS based system. This way it makes the website extremely straightforward to use and manage by everyone.
Creative Patrick offers a simple training session to teach a designated person in your business how to manage the website on a day to day basis. Please remember we are always here to help and if you need any further assistance then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Our websites are built with you, the customer in mind so amendments can easily be made. Some of our clients decide to leave the website maintenance and updating to us which we’re happy to do. Of course, we can offer a package tailored to suit you and your business needs.
We offer domain purchase, hosting & security and professional email accounts, with the option to select a package that’s right for you.
Once your business website is finished the next step is to market it to the right audience. This may be a combination of onsite or offsite SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), Google AD Words or via social media. This is all dependent on what you would like to push and what industry you’re in.