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Why You Need A Professional Web Designer

Why You Need A Professional Web Designer?

Many firms do not think much of their business website, they have this idea that any old employee will be able to design a simple and basic website and that they can host it using a free provider to keep costs minimal. The truth is that the work will be lacking various elements of website design and the use of a free host is highly disregarded when it comes to business websites. With that said, it could be time to think about what a website will represent.

There are things such as Social Media pages that you could use; however, nothing offers as much freedom in terms of content, design, and development as your own personal company website. The website is going to represent your business as a whole in the massive community that is the internet. It is going to have your first and the most important impression on clients, there are no more sales pitches in person and no more friendly hello & welcome parties. Your website will be responsible for attracting potential clients, showing the clients why they need you and more important for securing sales and contracts for your business.

Your Website Presents Your Company Reputation Online.

Your Website Presents Your Company Reputation Online.

Think about it as if you were trying to buy a product and you came across two different retailers online. One company has a plain white background with text, the other has a nice background on their website, a banner showing the company name and information, and an image of the product. It also has a navigation bar and different pieces of content clearly separated in different areas. The second website is obviously more professional and likely to attract more potential clients.

Website Design:

Website Design is the actual design of the pages you are going to have. The process includes drawing up a storyboard and drawing a physical image of the page. For example, you will have a banner at the top of the page, following by a horizontal navigation menu and a main content area directly below. The design process will also set the colors and illustrations on the initial web page template. Once the website design looks professional and is strong enough to represent your company online you can start looking into website development.

Website Development:

Website Design is the actual design of the pages you are going to have. The process includes drawing up a storyboard and drawing a physical image of the page. For example, you will have a banner at the top of the page, following by a horizontal navigation menu and the main content area directly below. The design process will also set the colors and illustrations on the initial web page template. Once the website design looks professional and is strong enough to represent your company online you can start looking into website development.

Many firms do not think much of their business website, they have this idea that any old employee will be able to design a simple and basic website and that they can host it using a free provider to keep costs minimal. The truth is that the work will be lacking various elements of website design and the use of a free host is highly disregarded when it comes to business websites. With that said, it could be time to think about what a website will represent.

There are things such as Social Media pages that you could use; however, nothing offers as much freedom in terms of content, design, and development as your own personal company website. The website is going to represent your business as a whole in the massive community that is the internet. It is going to have your first and the most important impression on clients, there are no more sales pitches in person and no more friendly hello & welcome parties. Your website will be responsible for attracting potential clients, showing the clients why they need you, and more important for securing sales and contracts for your business.

Do you have a website for a small business, a local organization, local non-profit, Local cause, Band, Artist, photographer, or any group or event? We service areas Massachusetts, North Shore, Salem, Peabody, Lyne, Glouster, Newburyport, Danvers

For more information about Web Design and Development contact Too Hip For The Room 

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