For anyone who’s worked in the website, software or application development industry for more than five minutes, I shouldn't need to explain the need for a really good specification. It ensures...
This whole website talks about us, when what would really make things interesting would be to talk about you. Why are you here? What problem are you trying to solve?
New project? Or existing website in need of some TLC?
So one thing you do need is a website that's engaging, informative and that encourages visitors to stay a while. In other words, you need a website that converts your traffic into prospects and customers.
You also need a website that's easy to use, doesn't give people a headache, and maybe even makes them smile. Websites are a bit like people - the ones we like best don't make life hard, respond quickly when we ask things of them, and are able to tell us things that we find interesting or didn't know.
Websites are a bit like people - the ones we like best don't make life hard, respond quickly, and are able to tell us things that we find interesting or didn't know.
You need to get the best from your online presence
And you know what else? We think you might also be able to extend the stuff that happens on the website to make life a little bit easier in other areas of your business. You may be wrestling with complex, laborious tasks and managing your data in spreadsheets or a one-size-fits-all application that isn’t working for your business. And you know that there must be a better and more efficient way to run your operations.
You need quality & security
You probably would rather not have to think about it, but you may know that a website can be an open door to to some nefarious types wanting to access data you’d rather not share, such as confidential customer records. But that's okay, because that risk can be mitigated by having a website that conforms to current industry standards and best practice.
You're looking for a great working relationship
Above all, you're looking for someone who can get you results, guide you through the jargon and the techie stuff, and be at least moderately helpful when you have a question or a new requirement. Someone you can trust to get it right, not make you feel like an idiot, and hopefully make you look like a bit of a hero when your website opens new doors for your business.
If this describes you and your current position, we’d welcome a conversation about how we can help you deliver against your goals and aspirations.