The Types of Websites
There are many varieties of websites, each specializing in a particular type of content or use, and they may be classified in any number of ways. A few such classifications include:
- Blog Site
- Brand Building Site
- Content, information corporate or organisation website
- Portfolio / Gallery Website
- Shopping E-Commerce website
Mobile Friendly Responsive Web Design
Responsive Web Design is an approach of laying-out and coding a website such that the website provides the optimal viewing experience, ease of reading and navigation with a minimum of re-sizing, panning, and scrolling across a wide range of devices, from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones.
We develop the majority of our website as responsive websites due to smart phones and tablets changing the typical approach toward design and user experience.
Interacting with websites on smart phones and tablets is handled differently to a desktop computer monitors. Factors such as Click versus Touch, Screen-size, Pixel-resolution, support for Adobe’s Flash technology, optimized markup and many more have become crucial while creating websites with Responsive Design. - Read more in our Blog post about Responsive Web Design.
Creating a website that communicates your services, skills or product, is essential for your business.
Our process to providing you a custom designed website, is for you to tell us your story. By knowing your business it enables us to convey your message to your target audience.
If you need a website now, then a prebuilt website is the best solution for you. We can roll one of these out within days, providing you have your content ready to go.
Prebuilt websites are powerful and can be used as a blog site, product listing site, an information website or a full e-commerce shopping cart. We work with a range of content management system and can recommend several to suit your needs,
Static HTML Websites
Great for small business or websites that don’t need updating. A static website contains Web pages with fixed content. Each page is coded and displays the same information to every visitor. Static sites, unlike dynamic websites, do not require any Web programming or database design.
Larger websites typically use dynamic pages, which can be updated by simply modifying a content management system.