Marketing • Consultant • SEO • Brand • Media

Business Website Development

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Built from a foundation of “Active” design, bringing ideal clients to your website actively. Creating profitable websites.

Does your website BRING you business?

It can – trouble is, most do not. Most websites are just a pretty picture, missing proven methods to collect, direct, and convert leads. Passive websites lose business.
We build active online branding, founded on scientific data research, to capture and convert qualified leads.

Design Portfolio:

Resort ecommerce website, created to display stunning amenities the resort has to offer, and direct visitors towards purchase. Palo Santo Resort
Restaurant rich and warm, inviting as this business offers retail services. Media rich with photos and product exposure. The menu displays for quick user info and engagement, and a slideshow quickly delivers information about services.
Ecommerce sales website - Designed to quickly communicate branding and services, directing users quickly towards the online store for purchases.
Created to quickly display services to visitors and direct them to action towards using the services of
Fuller Land and Tree - Services oriented website. Builtin SEO advances incoming client traffic. A smart, clean looking introduction supports trust and awareness of their brand and services. - Brand and display website for restaurant, developed to attract customers to products and business location.
HazePage - A product oriented website for art. Visuals display the beauty of the art. Builtin SEO effects bringing in relevant internet clients. A products store supports online sales.
Developed to direct visitors into taking action. Easy display of information and services for quick analysis. Social and media sharing options.
AquaDry Waterproofing Exposure and aesthetics website to direct customers to contact for services.
Services website. Contact and sharing media display quickly to enhance customer contact. Slideshow enhances service display. Easy top four buttons get clients to what they need quickly via simplification. Lower text meets Google criteria to be placed high in searches.
Skybar Asheville Exposure and aesthetics website to direct customers to retail location. (subsite)
Visually emulating the appearance of high-end paper printing services Dot Editions offers.
Flatiron Building A simple appearance allows branding to be first and strong. A slider drifts a variety of information actively to the user, and a strong social cue and call-to action below cover the above-the-fold area with a strong presence.
Events Website with Online Store - A "landing page" dedicated to inform and direct towards a call to action purchase from the online store.

Website Development Procedure:

  • Profitable Market Research: Trends of day/week/year activity, keywords & phrases, ideal client commercial interest to buy
  • Accessibility by Client: Identification of primary CMS platform
  • Brand: Concept of identity and Content/Design integration- creation of content per wireframe layout
  • Layout: Wireframe layout based on your brand profile, client, goals, and objectives
  • Content Creation: Keyword/phrase bank development and integration into content copy platforms
  • Onsite Content Targeting: development of selling landing pages which coincide to targeted Ad Campaigns, Newsletters, and Social Media, or tracking, conversion optimization, and relationship marketing
  • Imagery & Media: Image library with motion and still imagery
  • Social Speaking: Social media channels optimized to overall brand strategy (frequent external speaking)
  • Newsletter: Onboarding strategy and implementation of current & past clients to build future client engagement (infrequent external speaking)
  • Linking: Onsite strategy integration via keyword urls
  • CMS: outline and training screenshots personalized for your needs of updating and maintenance
  • Update: 30 days included. Optimal pricing afterward

Developing Your Website

Before the real website construction begins, we work out a long list of specific objectives and deliverables. Our CTO directly oversees the development team to agree on the  priority of items. We constantly review the deliverables to be accomplished  and review items completed. Because a new website is an intensive project, our experience is that this detailed and methodical process keeps the project on track, enabling us to give the client consistent progress reports to keep minds at ease.

Project management meeting steps:

  • In-house: Immersion, objective, targeting client usage and behavior
  • Deliverable approval: Wireframe of website structural layout
  • Deliverable approval: Selection of platforms and necessary plugins
  • Deliverable approval: Page design appearance and user interface
  • Intake submission: Importing content
  • Deliverable approval: Content creation
  • Insite Deliverable: SEO Implementation
  • Insite Deliverable: Testing on all standard platforms

Going Live With Your Website

Before we ever hand a website off to a client for final review, there is a stringent inhouse review process. Using a checklist that outlines every page, link, gallery, and search and sorting functionality, we make sure that the visual identity is consistent and correct and is working properly.

When we hand off for client review, we are more than happy to share our checklist for the client to use to make sure that everything on the site is performing to their standards as well, and so that they are able to see the in-depth nature of our review process. After the client has approved the final project, we pick a time where web traffic is naturally slowed to “go live” with the site, to ensure that the least amount of users are affected by the transition. We monitor the site constantly after it goes live to make sure that all redirects are working and in place, all old social media links still connect to the site, and that it is still performing quickly and consistently on all devices.

Start the Conversation with Us:

  • Fill the short form for an initial consult.
  • Fill the detailed form if you’re more ready to move ahead with the process!

Short WebDev Form

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Do you have a current website that needs a redesign or will this be a new site?*
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What feelings would you like your new site to induce?

Do you already have a logo, or is that something you need us to design as well?

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Will your site need to be build on a Content Management System (CMS)?
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Will you need us to design and code the website? Design only?

Does your site need copywriting?
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We've taken an oath to Web Standards to ensure the long-term growth of the web.
We do our best to deliver results that look and react great to most users, however, as a result, our sites may not look exactly the same in an older, unattended web browser (such as Internet Explorer 6) as they do in newer browsers (such as Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer 7 and 8).

Which do you prefer?
My site has to look and work exactly the same way in older as it does in newer browsers. (*Will require more work and time)I understand that the site may not look as good or work as well in an outdated browsers.I'm going to need further explanation before making a decison about this

Do you have a mobile strategy in mind? If no, we'd love to convince you of why 🙂
No, does not apply to my needsNo, but I'd like one! Yes, a responsive / mobile / adaptive strategy sounds great!Yes, but it's an iOS app Not sure – we'd like your suggestions please

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