Thinking about a new website? Whether you’re looking for a custom design or something a little more affordable, our sites are designed to propel your business forward with high performance, speed, and a customer-centric approach.
Website design is essential for any business in today’s digital age. A website serves as an online representation of your brand, providing customers with a first impression and giving them a way to learn more about your products or services. By having an appealing, well-designed website, businesses can build trust with potential customers by establishing themselves as experts within their industry. The online world is fast becoming an increasingly prevalent part of day-to-day life, capitalise on this channel and safeguard your future success with website design from Supersonic Playground.
Smaller businesses can initially struggle to build their online footprint; they commonly lack the resources of their larger competitors and will frequently look to compromise on quality and aesthetics in order to bring down website design costs. At Supersonic Playground, we fully realise the importance of a businesses’ online representation being as exceptional as that of their face-to-face, which is why we have curated a small business web design package offering an affordable web design solution that doesn’t compromise.
Our small business package is a ‘template’ site that has been designed and built with speed, performance and user navigation front-of-mind. By leveraging the WordPress CMS, our package website design services ensure all site builds are accessible, easy to maintain and sustainable long-term. Already favoured by businesses such as AMAT, Gioconda Rail and Carty Forde, this option is perfect for business owners and marketers with tighter budgets.
Looking for something a bit more personalised? Our custom websites are built from the ground up with each project undergoing our proven six stage design process: discovery and planning, user experience, visual design, front-end development, WordPress development, and launch. Each stage is completely unique to the client and unifies the experience of our website designer specialists with the overall goals of the business to guarantee a perfectly fitting website design and build.
Geared for the ambitious, our custom websites are for those looking to take their online offering to the next stage to deliver seamless user experiences and overtake their competitors. Blackman & White, Friend & Grant, and The Bromley Bathroom Company are just a few of the brands we’ve worked with to deliver bespoke sites that have gone on to deliver substantial ROI.
Do you find that your website is struggling to convert? Maybe you’re stuck with subpar loading speeds? An outdated website build can greatly reduce the effectiveness of your site leading to higher bounce rates and less interest from your client base; therefore, keeping your website regularly updated is vital with there being numerous benefits to doing so:
WordPress is the world’s most popular content management system (CMS) and that’s just one of the reasons we’ve chosen it as our platform-of-choice for all websites we design and build. WordPress allows us to create a website that delivers exceptional user experiences leveraging some of the best functionality on the market while also giving our clients the freedom to edit and create content in the admin area long after their site has launched.
Don’t take our word for it; check out all of our wonderful testimonials at the bottom of the page or some of our researched comparison pieces via our blog.
Website build duration depends very much on the complexity of the project. Custom builds almost always take longer than package sites, and any additional considerations needing to be undertaken either during, or after the development stage often add to the expected timeframe.
At the start of the project, we will let you know how long we expect the website build to take.
What will you need from me?
Firstly, we highly recommend that you prepare a brief. This should contain:
An overview of your organisation
Failures or shortcomings of your current website
Information on your target audience
References to competitors or relevant industry leaders
Overall business goals and how the website will aim to meet these
Contact information and project timeline
We use the discovery and planning stage to collect additional information and inform clients of any extras that we might need during the website design process, should we need anything else, a member of our team will be in touch.
Can you make changes once the process has begun?
In order to ensure a streamlined web build process, we always look to include a thorough planning stage through which we agree the various facets of website design and development with the client. Beyond this point, there shouldn’t be a reason to make any changes. However, we are sympathetic to the fact that extra considerations do sometimes arise and will always look to implement these if possible. For changes that require additional development time, we may need to charge for these separately.
What about content and images?
If you already have content that you would like to migrate to the new site, we are more than happy to do so. Alternatively, we are also able to create new content if this is required. As a free bonus to our small business web design package and custom website build clients, we provide CMS training that teaches them to upload content to their site directly.
We encourage clients to provide us with their own images and logos but are able to provide custom branding and print design services if they wish to update these alongside their website.
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