Web Design in WordPress
Bring your business to the world.
What to consider when building a website.
Navigation should be simple. The easier it is to navigate the longer a user will spend on your site. Minimise the number of navigation links.
Your brand includes your logo, font and colours. Your website should embody your brand identity and help your customers identify with you.
Make your site’s structure and content user and search engine friendly. SEO is a marketing discipline that helps you get ranked.
Contact information should be visible. A phone number, address, email address and/or contact form adds legitimacy to your business.
Great images draw users into your site. Use images to show your products and services. Make your images interesting and appealing.
Content includes images and text. Text should be written in plain language, well structured with headings and paragraphs so that it is easy to follow.
It is very important for a small business to tell users who they are and what they do. A picture helps users connect with you.
Build a site that uses standards of design. Consider Accessibility to remove barriers to universal access.
Call to Action
A call to action encourages your user to do something on your site. Calls to action need to be obvious and strong.
Your website is often the first impression your audience has of you. I work with you to design an online experience that performs well and appeals to your target audience. We’ll work together to ensure your message is effectively communicated in a usable and easily accessible way. I use WordPress to build websites. WordPress is fairly easy to use and people learn to adapt to it with training. There are also many resources on the web to guide you no matter what level of expertise you have. To complement our Web Design service we provide training and mentoring in WordPress to put you in control of your own website.
What happens when you decide to work with me?
- What is the purpose of your website?
- Who is going to use the site?
- What do your customers hope to get from the site?
- What words will they use to search for you online?
- What do you hope to achieve by having a website?
- What content do you want on your site?
- What should content look like?
- Who is going to produce the content?
At this stage you will have selected a Domain name and hosting for your website.
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