While we will do take on new web design projects our focus is on web redesign of existing eCommerce websites, web application control panels, micro-sites and landing pages. We convert old or non functioning designs into modern, high-performance and high-conversion modern designs. We use advanced website analytics to show our customers the value of our work and how the new design is increasing their sales and customer satisfaction.
We take great care to keep your companies core branding intact while we update your website. Existing customers will still know who you are and not feel lost when they return to your website. Many eCommerce websites were designed many years ago and were never updated or designed when the company was small and unsure of the image they needed to display. When your business goals do not match what your website is saying about you it is time for a redesign and we are here to help! Your website is your face to the world, your first and sometimes last impression to a potential customer so it is important to put effort into displaying the best website image for your target market.
Engage your target audience with a newly redesigned, user friendly, high-performance website, shopping cart or control panel. A professional visually appealing design also builds customer “Trust” which is one of the most important factors that determines if a “shopper” on your website will become your “customer”.
We also specialize in creating custom website, shopping cart and control panel themes for the holiday seasons. These themes can be easily enabled and disabled to return your website to normal. Separate yourself from the competition and increase sales by changing to a Christmas theme or other holiday themes like many successful eCommerce companies do. Selling to your customers mood/emotions is a great and low cost way to increase sales by encouraging impluse buying.
We study your website, and how your customers interact with it, in great detail before we start a web redesign project. Our redesigns are more than just “putting a pretty face” on your website. A pretty face will get lots of “stares” but we want you to have a lot of “sales” to go along with the stares. Our pre-redesign analysis helps us make informed decisions on your new navigation, site layout, graphical design and more.
Every redesign project we undertake, no matter how large or small, is assigned a project manager to ensure a consistently smooth development process and successful completion of web redesign projects on time and on budget. Our project managers are supported by our talented team of designers, programmers and Quality Assurance Analyst’s.
1. Web redesign planning phase & design mockups.
2. Site/web application layout and database design.
3. Full redesign and programming.
4. End to end Testing and Pre-launch checklist to ensure the solution fulfills all goals outlined in the planning phase as expected.
5. Turnover to client for launch or if fully managed then we prepare the solution for launch. For fully managed customers this can include a lot of things such as installing/configuring the OS and hosting control panel on a server, installing the web application, importing existing data, manually adding or importing products, connecting to a remote database server, web security scans, etc. We can give you as little or as much help as you require. This will all be determined in the planning phase.
6. On-going maintenance and customization as needed after launch.
You receive “to the current day” project status details and completed versus outstanding tasks can be viewed in our advanced and easy to use project management portal. You also have a few different ways to get any additional questions answered. You can add notes or questions directly into our project management portal for the developers and project manager to see or you can pick up the phone and speak to a Live English speaking project manager that actually knows what the programmers are doing and can answer your questions. If you have ever had a large custom web programming project completed (or any large project for that matter) then you already know the importance of communication during the process.