We have a very simple approach: get to know each other, work together to form a solution that is going to work for your business, identify timeframe, and work diligently to meet that deadline whilst keeping open lines of communication. It’s worked every time so far.
A little about us
We not only build websites, but provide consultancy services to other web developers, and together with a select team of authors, graphic designers, photographers and film producers, we can offer “The Complete Package”, with no need to outsource any aspect of your digital presence – we’ve got your covered!
Our clients include:
Construction firms, hotels, furniture stores, online confectionary stores, non-profits, political parties, restaurants, catering companies, public relations firms, photographers, dentists, food trucks, to name just a few.
- In business for 14 years this April.
- Started in London, moved to Boston in 2005
- IT career spans 20 years, working/consulting for Fortune 100’s such as Fidelity Investments, Cargill, SC Johnson Wax, Caterpillar.
- Winner of Sole Proprietor of the Year, Greater Beverly Chamber of Commerce 2015
- Board of Directors, Greater Beverly Chamber, Kiwanis, Danvers Family Festival, Arbella Drum and Bugle Corps.
- Volunteer Bugler for Bugles Across America (play taps for Veterans)
Step 1: Getting to know you.
In order to design a website that works for you, we need to get to know you, your business, the culture and what your goals are for the website. This usually occurs over the course of our first meeting, or phone call, and initial discovery meeting.
Step 2: Goals.
A much-forgotten step: what do you want out of your website, what’s it’s purpose? Is it simply for visibility, an online portfolio and method for people to get in touch with you, or are you looking to drive business from it? Do you want to collect prospect information? Will you be selling products on it?
Step 3: Identify peripheral products
As a result of goal definition, we create a list of features to build into the site. We also identify any extras that are needed, for example, e-mail. By default e-mail is not included in websites, it’s a third-party application that we can certainly help install and integrate.
Step 4: Identify what you have already
Do you have any It infrastructure already in place? An old website? e-mail system? Who is hosting your site, the domain name, etc. We need to identify these things in order to guage timescales
Step 3: Proposed Design