is the creative process for building a website. Web developers
use several different aspects including webpage layout
, content production and graphic design to complete a website. The terms website design and website development
are often used in conjunction with one another however, website design
is technically a subset of the broader category of web development
At Shotton.IT our website developers
encompass many different skills and disciplines including using standardised code and proprietary software alongside graphic design
to develop unique website design.
Bespoke website design comes as standard in our packages but we also offer a website design only service that is available from only £195.
Mobile Friendly Upgrade
All of our website packages
come with responsive website design as standard. This type of website design
is aimed at allowing desktop web pages to be viewed in response to the size of the device one is viewing with. Eg: Smart phone or a tablet.
A website designed with responsive website design (RWD)
adapts the layout to the viewing environment by using fluid, proportion-based grids, flexible images and CSS3 media queries.
Responsive website design
is extremely important as the amount of mobile traffic has double over the years and accounts for more than half of total internet traffic. In 2015, Google
started to boost the ratings of websites that are mobile friendly if the search was made from a mobile device.
Our Responsive Website Design
Upgrade service is available for brochure websites from £250 for up to 10 web pages. Websites with more than 10 web pages are POA. E-commerce websites are also, POA.
We can convert your existing website from static, this service would be ideal for website owners who are happy with their site overall and would just like their website to work correctly on a tablet or mobile device
A logo design
identifies a business in its simplest form via the use of a mark or an icon. Your brand is a perceived emotional corporate image
as a whole with visual aspects that form part of the overall brand.
What makes a good logo design? There are golden rules to stick to, to ensure your logo design will make the full impact. Firstly, it pays to keep it simple – Your logo design
should be bold and to the point also try to stick to two main colours. It has to be memorable and above all timeless, your logo design shouldn’t need to be updated every year or even every other year. It’s great to ‘think outside of the box’ but your logo design needs to be versatile and more importantly relevant to your type of business.
Below are some examples of logo design
that we have created based on the golden rules above. Our logo design is available at £50.