What is a web site facelift or redesign? We take your present website, use what you have and then create a much better version with the newest scripting, coding, animation, graphics and CSS, that will be compatible with most browsers, tablets and mobilie devices.
Because you have a website built already, the content and structure is already intact so we can work faster which saves you money on your redesign. On average, website redesigns and revamps are quite affordable and look very professional. Your website will look more graphically appealing to your clients which of course means more sales or inquiries. Feel free at any time to request a website redesign by contacting us. A 5 page site redesign starts at $499.
However, we will first look at your existing site and then take a look at other sites in your industry before giving you a recommendation.
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Every website looks different and has a different purpose all because of decisions that were made during its inception. Here are five big ones that you may not even think about, but can have a huge impact on how your site looks and the message it gets across:
1. The font - There are many styles of font out there, and picking one that is easy to read while still being stylish can be a tall order. Make sure to peruse other sites and see if you like the style, size, and spacing of the font. Take notes on what you like and why and let your web designer know your preferences.
2. Adding a blog - Adding a blog to a site is a great way to help with your SEO and impart more information to your readers. The only important decision to make here is if you’re going to put in the time and effort to upkeep the blog. If you know yourself and you know that blog will be updated only a few times a year, it might be best to leave it be.
3. Picking a header - This is another design decision that can really impact the feel of a site. Some headers are huge and take up most of the above the fold action. Other headers are quite small and let the content and graphics do the talking. Whatever header design you prefer, make sure it is branded correctly as it’s the face of your site.
4. Including social media - This is another decision that rests on your ability to upkeep your social media platforms. Having the links makes you look current, until visitors click on them and see they are never updated.
5. The navigation - Deciding what tabs are most visible will help visitors understand what you offer and what they can learn from visiting your site. Some websites choose to have only a few tabs on the top — the most relevant and important ones — and keep less necessary tabs on the bottom, in the footer. Others choose to have everything uptop. Take a look at other websites and see what you like the best.
These are only a few of the important decisions you will need to make when it comes to website design, but knowing what you like and what suits your business the best will have you end up with a better site overall.