Your website is the center of your marketing efforts, your rock, your base. Build your base correctly and everything else will come together. All of our sites are responsive and created to work on any device. Most of our sites are built on WordPress, a fully customizable content management system that we train you how to use and build on. Below are some examples of Web Calorie Plans for various industries.
Responsive Design is the latest “nom de guerre” of a concept that has been floating around in the world of web design for a number of years now. Responsive design (also sometimes referred to as adaptive design) is the concept that the design of a website has the ability to respond to a visitors input based on device, screen size and orientation. Given the large variety of options people have for browsing the internet today responsive design is essential to ensuring that a website is accessible to the widest audience possible.
A sitemap is an essential planning tool for both the web designers and client alike. A sitemap serves as visual guide that reflects the goals and purpose of the final website. Sitemaps organize and clarify the content that needs to be on your site, as well as help you identify redundancies in your content and opportunities to improve your visitor’s experience. Using a sitemap as a common touchstone clients and designers can reduce the possibility of time consuming and costly adjustments in the early stages of your project.
Wireframes are the bridge between the information architecture (sitemap) and the visual design. Wireframing is the process of translating concepts and content into skeletal framework of a website. The wireframe depicts the layout of a websites navigation and content and how they work together. Wireframes can also establish rules for the display of certain types of information, or different display scenarios. Creating wireframes is a useful way of displaying content priorities and gauging the practicality of a design.
A mobile-friendly website is created using coding standards that detect your device and screen size and adjust the layout accordingly. With a mobile-friendly website, a user can easily navigate on a desktop, laptop, smartphone and tablet. A mobile-friendly website deters any unnecessary zooming in or sliding when using a touch screen. So whether you’re using an iPhone or Android, the website will fit perfectly to the screen.
A payment gateway is the point of sale in e-commerce, the spot where software authorizes a credit card payment. It allows you to charge a customer’s credit or debit card when they make a purchase online. A payment gateway provider can be used by e-businesses, online retailers or more traditional brick and mortar businesses. A payment gateway facilitates the transfer of information between a payment portal, such as a website or mobile phone and the bank.