Web Design & Development, Photography
The world of the web is changing fast (no surprises there). It can be confusing trying to navigate your way through the 'best' way to get your message across. Technologies can change so quickly that what was 'state-of-the-art' six months ago can be relegated to the technological waste bin by a newer, shinier way to do things.
We will investigate options and find the most suitable way forward.
We'll help you navigate.
Responsive Web Design
Responsive web design (often abbreviated to RWD) is a web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience ... across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones).
There are so many ways to create visual impact with photos and video. Use the power of embedded content to share your message to the world (or share what others have made).
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Note: The samples above have absolutely no bearing on the fact that we have interests apart from the wonderful world of the web, including developing a mountainboard track in wonderful, Waihi, New Zealand.
Just thought we would mention that. No need to click the links or anything.
Content, Content, Content
No matter how good your flash new website is, if you don't have content that grabs people, it will be a struggle to get them back again.
Sure, there are things that help you get visibility on the web - good Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) will certainly help get traffic to your site. There's all the Social Networking and link building as well. However, it's still your content that's important - have you really got something to say that will capture peoples attention?
Once you have the content, how easy is it to get onto the web?
The 70 - 30 Rule (or 80 - 20 or 90 - 10)
The great thing about the web is that you can tweak, tweak and tweak some more. It's not like print media and you have a typo in your 1500 freshly minted brochures ...
Don't be caught out with the thinking that you need to have everything 100% polished before making the decision to go live with a website. That's not to say you need to do it half-baked but ... there is the risk that if you don't get something published when it's 70 - 90% finished, you wont do it at all.
Embrace Change. Adapt.
Don't wait for the 'right time' - now is good.
Get your message out there.