• Web design and development examples
    Case study 1:

    Web design and development: Established in field, no online presence

    Cases: Carmelo Guastella (celebrity barber), Kate Riley (Sky news presenter), Fraser T Smith (Grammy award winning music producer)

    It always surprises us to hear of a business that does not have a website. Though it is still not impossible in the digital age in which we live for companies or individuals to have risen in their field with no online status, it does greatly hinder your marketing potential if you do not have even a simple website. With so many online portals making it easier for unknowns to become established (YouTube, Facebook and blogging sites etc). How can you keep ahead of the competition in your field?

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    Case study 2:

    Web design and development: Unfulfilled online potential

    Cases: App Gravity (mobile application market place)

    Ten years ago it was clever to have a website; but times have changed and with it so to have online user habits. Handheld internet browsing has doubled in the last four years from 24% to 58%*. User-friendly, well-considered interfaces are now the norm; a standard or old fashioned website can make your company look dated and a bad User Experience (UX) can often turn users away.

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    Case study 3:

    Web design and development, mobile app development: I've had an idea, now what do I do?

    Cases: The Horror Show (Video on demand website)

    So you’ve had that big idea, you’ve got the budget together and you’re wondering ‘Now what do I do?’. Firstly congratulations! But you’re not alone; online and mobile services have exploded over the past 10 years and there are heaps of entrepreneurs coming up with ideas and running startups all over the world. We know that you think your idea is the best thing since sliced bread and ‘people will just use it’. But believe us when we say every inventor feels exactly the same and with so many great applications and services under development or already available how will you ensure that your’s gets the users it deserves?

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