Crafting beautiful websites that engage your users on every page
We pride ourselves on building memorable websites that your visitors will want to explore and navigate their way though easily and effectively. Each website design project goes through a specific process that covers all aspects of designing and building a website suited to your brand and company values.
Website Mapping & Brainstorming
Conducting initial research into your business and branding. Mapping all site pages and brainstorming various themes and styles before moving onto the design in more detail. Gathering as much information as we can.
Wireframe & UX Design
Looking deeper into the aesthetics of your website, we will create wireframes to map out the page layout and how the user navigates through your website.
Asset Building & Content Creation
All images and full content will be collected and archived ready to transfer over to the website.
Concept Design Presentation
Now that the foundations have been set the concept designs can be created with careful consideration of the 3 previous stages. These will then be presented for approval.
Website Build & Testing
Once the concepts have been approved the building stage can commence. Each page will be carefully transfered over to a test site, making sure to replicate all of the pre-approved designs.
Live Site Maintenance
Now that the website is fully built all of the relevant meta data can be completed and the final domain address can be setup. Ongoing maintenance for your website can be
PROJECT: BRANDING & WEB DEVELOPMENT
Hornseys are dealers in fine, rare and unusual artwork, objects, maps and books. This was a blank canvas as they wanted to give their business a complete refresh.
The brief was to create a new brand which related to the style of the gallery based in Ripon, Yorkshire. The previous website portrayed a cartoon and modern style whereas the brand needed to be more traditional.
Due to the vast catalogue Hornseys holds, the website was built to last. Each page is adaptable for growth as regular product uploads was included in the initial brief. Navigation bars and category and archive pages were built to cope with large volumes of product uploads for the client.