Website Design, Development & Build
Different Gravy Digital are able to assist with all aspects of website design, development and build.
A website should be considered as your shop window online. Irrespective of whether you are selling online, generating business via online channels or just require a place where potential customers can find out more about your business, a website should be a true reflection of your company and it is the best way to ensure your potential customers are provided with the necessary information to make an informed decision on your business, products and services. We understand that all businesses will have different objectives & budgets for their online shop window and that is why we offer a full consultation, design , development and build service. We have included below a small sample of some of our latest builds.
Some recent website work:
If you you are considering an update or re-design, or maybe looking to build a new one from scratch make sure you speak to Different Gravy Digital for a no obligation website consultation.
There are several different platforms that can be used to build and manage websites, Different Gravy have experience in using WordPress, Joomla, WooCommerce, Shopify & Magento. So whether you are looking to create a blog, lead generation site, an online reservation / booking system, an online shop or just a landing page to promote an event or product Different Gravy is the only call you need to make.
Responsive web design, often referred to as RWD or mobile friendly is currently essential for all types of web development as it allows the content of a website / viewing screen to adapt to the size and layout of the screen it is being viewed on. Initially websites were built to be viewed on desktop computers or laptops, however, over recent years the emergence of mobile devices such as smart phones & tablets have changed this approach. In fact, just think about the vast number of different tablets & mobile devices on the market and the huge array of screen sizes that a website is likely to be viewed on. The use of websites on mobile devices has now overtaken traditional desktops. So, it is critical that websites are built with this in mind and therefore the site should adapt it’s layout to the viewing environment by using what is known as fluid, proportion-based grids and flexible images. Google announced Mobilegeddon in April 2015) and started to boost the ranking of sites that are mobile friendly if the search was made from a mobile device.