We have our own in-house Graphics Artists and Photographers as well as Programmers covering a multitude of disciplines. This gives our company the ability to address a wide variety of clientele with both basic and advanced needs.
From simple one-page website designs to multipage complex shopping cart based websites, our team can handle anything you envision for your business online.
Our team of programmers, graphics designers and technicians will design a website that is the vision you have for your business. Select one of our packages and complete the online questionnaire to get started.
The first step of the design process is for the client to complete the online Website Questionnaire. Once this is complete we will meet with the client and discuss the concept of the site as the client views it in their mind.
We will discuss budgets and timelines for the project as well as any additional services such as monitoring, updates, management (blogs and forums), online software and more.
The web development team is going to need a lot of information from you. First of all any press releases you have made, any articles that have been in print and any print media that you distribute to your clients and to the public.
Then pictures with a description of each picture so they can be annotated correctly as well as a timeline so they can be presented correctly online.
Next, the history of the company, who is currently in the executive offices, managers, supervisors and the Public Relations personnel.
Details about your product or service because your website will be your salesperson available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Additional Information May Include:
Marketing is an important part of your website design project. The old saying “you build it and they will come” doesn’t apply here. There are 1,630,322,579 websites online and you would be just one of them.
So marketing is extremely important to hit your target market within a region, state or town. We utilize our own proprietary method honed over years of experience with SEO and online marekting to generate the results the customer wants.
At JL2 Designs we do just that, we learn enough about your business to target that market directly using the new website created and pull leads to your site through organic search results. Marketing starts at $1500.00 but your ROI on that is usually within 3 to 4 months.
Many companies include a link to their website on their business cards or in their e-mail signature. When this address is typed into a browser’s search field (known as the uniform resource locator, URL), the start page of the website appears. Depending on the size of the website, site visitors have the opportunity to access the website’s subpages. Hyperlinks, or simply ‘links’ are used to connect single HTML documents of a website. Links to important subpages (e.g. departments, product categories, or representative information pages) are usually combined in the navigation and can be found in the header of the website. They are displayed on every subpage of the website and not just on the home page. The navigation helps the user orientate themselves and see an overview of the website’s structure. Links to more subpages can also be placed in the text and image elements in the website’s content. The footer at the bottom of a page often contains links to further information like the site owner and the legal framework.
If the aim is for your site to take on the role of a digital business card, then a static website will usually suffice. HTML documents with the desired information are created and are stored under their own URL on the web server. When a user enters the web address, they are presented with a static HTML document that looks exactly like those stored on the server. But what happens when a website needs to regularly add new content? With a static website, the changes need to be manually carried out in the HTML code of each individual subpage of the web project. With dynamic websites, this manual step is avoided since the web server freshly generates the websites each time they are called up. Instead of continuously issuing the static HTML pages unmodified, the server adjusts the page content automatically according to the last update. The dynamic website is based on a strict division of the content and layout. Both aspects are assembled when the site is entered into the browser. Dynamic websites therefore require more high-performance servers than static websites, as well as a database such as MySQL, with which the server can manage the elements of the website. Generally, dynamic websites rely on pre-defined layouts and design templates, which are filled with relevant content. Due to their flexibility, dynamic websites are the more popular choice.
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