Web Design Auckland – Eastern Beach If you looking for affordable Web Design in the Auckland area for a redesign or new website we can help. idDesign™ are leading Web Designers in Auckland and Web Developers that have helped many clients reach high search engine ranking with quality websites. idDesign uses elemental concepts with business design to create simple aesthetic web developed pages. Let us help you get ahead of your competitors. IdDesign™ are…
Web Design Auckland
If you looking for affordable Web Design in the Auckland area for a redesign or new website we can help.
idDesign™ are leading Web Designers in Auckland and Web Developers that have helped many clients reach high search engine ranking with quality websites. idDesign uses elemental concepts with business design to create simple aesthetic web developed pages. Let us help you get ahead of your competitors. IdDesign™ are Auckland web designers and Auckland web developers based in East Auckland New Zealand. Our total focus is on you the client, where we find out about your business and your objectives and structure a web design solution that will suit your business at your specific stage and will advise the most effective web developed package to get your brand known and increase sales and revenue.
What Our Customers Say:
“idDesign developed a simple, clear, concise and well designed website that also has a high Google ranking. idDesign provided a professional personalised service to fullfil these criteria for our business. Well done and thanks.” Malcolm Anderson (Xanox Design) | East Auckland Area
“To whom it may concern, idDesign set up my business website. We spent time together in the design and look of the website and its functionality. Throughout the whole process they were easy to deal with. The website has really helped my business allowing potential clients to have easy access to all my business information. The continuing support has been fantastic and they are more than happy to help me out with any questions no matter how small. I would have no hesitation in recommending idDesign to my colleagues and anyone looking for a business website.” Jodene Mildon | Harcourts Howick
Successful website design planning and content management tips:
- Develop a clear site map to reach your objectives
- Create rich media with design elements to send correct branding messages
- Ensure Functionality and Navigation is tested and has an easy of use.
- Edit and write purposeful content that will capture your audience with call to action buttons
- Test and get opinion of relevant audiences for last improvements
- Decide the content associated with each page. Plan for short content and how images can be arranged. The arrangement can reveal how you expect a visitor to review the site. You can then plan how an analytics tag should be implemented.
- Decide on a keyword strategy based on the content presented. Plan for non-branded keyword terms (for discovery of your business) and branded terms (to strengthen a brand) – words that contain your business name, or persons involved in a website who are well known online.
- Create a relatively broad list keywords for search engine optimization, though remember to select words that speak to your customers. Spend time crafting the text around the selected keywords to explain the benefit customers receive from working with your business.
- Insert keywords in your image filenames when applicable. The file names can appear in the HTML code for a page on which the image appears. To be manageable and not overwhelmed by managing pictures, keep images to a low count 30 if possible and avoid stock photos – Thanks to Pinterest and Facebook, customers are expecting real experiences when they come to see you.
- Avoid animations or flashy splash pages on a page. Page speed has increasingly become a factor in visitor enjoyment of a site, as well as a factor in search engine consideration. Moreover many people view websites through a smartphone, even ones not optimized for mobile, so adding extra flash to entertain viewers is outdated.
- Consider how images are arranged on each page – as parallax or as a carousel. This will cut the size requirements of a page, as well as provide another way for customers to remain engaged. Let the designer know if you plan to update pictures more than once, so that they can review with you where new images can be placed in the site code.
- When adding a mobile site, choose simple actions a visitor would take to contact your business online. An example is being able to call your business via a simple button instead of forcing a dial up of a number.
- Footer content should appear across each page, containing social media buttons (Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, Google Plus, Reddit, etc). It should contain the business address, as well as links, badges, and widgets for other associations, such as the Better Business Bureau or trade association membership. Because social media platforms and organization typically considered highly ranked in a search engine, placing these into the footer can strengthen search engine optimization.
- Gather customer accolades for a display on the site. They can appear on main page, one or two on every page, or in a dedicated page for “what customers are saying about us.”
- Analytics tag should be decided such that future digital marketing efforts can be planned. Plan exactly what marketing tools will be used, so you have an idea of what to add.
- Do not seek to build a great amount of traffic initially. Overcapacity can slow down loading times, hindering customer service, and make the site appear mismanaged by visitors. Build traffic over time, monitoring performance to make adjustments that will come for every site. Make sure a set aside budget for upgrades and site improvements.
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