Anthony Simister's Web Solutions.
Responsive Web Design. Mobile-friendly. Design for every device.
Positive UX. And SEO services.
Web Design Services
Creative & Informative
Affordable web designer in the UK. Our service is provided by a team of talented, experienced and professional web designers. Best in the town.
- Bespoke Design
- Wordpress Theme Design
- PSD Mockup
- Logo & Graphics
Smooth Process Ultra Functionality
Fresh, creative digital services from an innovative London web design agency. We develop functionality from scratch and make it smooth for the usability of ambitious online businesses.
- Custom Functionality
- Wordpress Development
- Plugin Development
- E-Commerce Solution
SEO & Marketing
Boost in Search Engines & Social Media
We provide Google search engine optimisation audits and SEO services to businesses from all around the world. Based in Bristol.
- SEO Site Audit
- SEO Optimization
- Social Media Campaign
- Social Media Marketing
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Build your online presence step by step with Anthony Simister
Step 1: Project Planning
Project planning refers to determining the overall goals and objectives of the web development project. This is arguably the most important stage in the entire project. It is further divided into the following five parts. Requirement assessment refers to finding out the precise requirements of the website. This includes determining the target audience, website goals, detailed features, and other similar information about the website. The project planning stage also defines the software and other resource requirements for the website project. In this step, any 3rd party media needs is identified. All of the resource requirements is then added to the budget of the project. Finally, this stage also involves conducting competitor analysis. Which are the rival businesses of the your website? How many visitors will visit the website? What will be their bounce rate? Other important things that are considered at this stage include visual branding, call to action, navigation, and layout.
Step 2: Website Design
The next critical stage of the website design process is designing the website itself. In this stage, the website development team focuses on selecting the theme, color, layout, features, and other aspects of the website. During this stage the website designers incorporates various elements such as company logo, color that strengthens brand identity, theme that reflects the company’s product portfolio, and layout that is elegant and looks appealing. The website designer will create one or more prototype designs for the website. This is then sent to the website owners through email with the mock-ups of the website.
Step 3: Website Development
In this web development stage, the website development team takes individual elements of the website and uses them to create a functional website. The stage involves developing a home page after which a shell is created for the interior pages. The shell contains navigational structure and site layout without the web content. Once the website owner provides the content, it is distributed throughout the site in the specified areas. On the technical side, the website development process includes elements such as designing interactive contact forms, implementing payment gateways, and choosing a CMS (content management system) such as WordPress, Joomla, and Magento.
Step 4: Website Testing and Deployment
The final stage of the website is testing and deployment process. In this stage, the website designer adds final touches to the site and tests the website before deployment. The designer will test the complete functionality of the site to ensure that it runs smoothly without any glitch. The website designer will test the scripts and forums, ensure that the site displays well on different devices and platforms, verify internal links, and other similar tasks. The website designer will also validate the website codes to ensure that it meets latest website standards. This ensures that the website performs smoothly without any issues and problems. The website is then shown to its owners to obtain final approval of the site. After the final approval, it’s time to deliver the site. The web design team will upload the site on a hosting server specified and selected by the website owner using an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) program. After the website has been uploaded to the hosting server, a final run through is conducted to ensure that the site performs without any problem. This step is performed just to validate that all the files have been uploaded correctly and that the site is fully functional. Finally, the website design team adds finer details to the website to optimize its functionality and performance like on page SEO (Search Engine Optimization), and page speed optimization.