Frequently asked questions

Why do we need responsive web design?

Over 50% of online visitors are now via a mobile device, smartphone or tablet.  For this reason its essential that websites are responsive across all these platforms for a good UX

How long does it take to create a website?

This would typically depend on what type of website, as a guide.

  • For a 1 to 5 page website can be completed in 7 to 14 days.  

  • Larger websites with more than 10 pages can take 30 days

  • eCommerce websites existing of multiple categories and sub categories can take more than 6 to 8 weeks.

How much does a website cost?

Prices for websites can really vary depending on what you are looking for, do you already have a domain name, logo and many other elements that may increase the price.  As a price guide a basic one page website can cost £500, for a small business as £1,000.  For an eCommerce platform based website you could be looking at anywhere from £3,000 to £15.000.  See the following link for our Website design pricing plans.

What’s the difference between web design and web development?

Simply put web design covers the aesthetics and look of a website, the feel and how it flows for a good user experience.  Whereas Web Development is the nuts and bolts that make the website work, by producing the necessary code, this can be from many various coding languages some of the most popular being HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, PHP to bring the design to life.

Why is a responsive web design important?

As from 2016 visitors online via mobile and tablet surpass that of visitors via a desktop, therefore its important your website is responsive and compatible on all handheld smartphones and tablets.    Responsive websites are designed so that they automatically scale their content and elements to match the screen size on which they are being viewed.   If this is not tun you will have scrolling bars appear on your website which looks very unprofessional, gives more work to the user who will most likely leave the website. Google also penalises nonresponsive website resulting in a poor search ranking.