Web Project Management and Web Design Consulting
Building or re-designing a website can be compared to building a house. You need to identify your needs, then build a matching framework and eventually add a design that fits your and your user’s needs.
For companies or individuals that do not have an online business it can be hard to make the right decisions when it comes to building a website. The number of web design agencies is so big that it is not easy to choose the right one, if you do not have sufficient knowledge about web development. Some agencies take advantage of this lack of knowledge and offer overpriced rates or just bad quality.
We want to change that, which is why we offer web project management and web design consulting.
Depending on the size of the project, we can either build web sites for you (read more under web design) , advice you or manage your whole project.
We will help you to:
- identify your needs
- choose the right framework
- structure your web site
- design your web site
- make your site user-friendly
- convert your users (see CRO below)
Search engine optimization (SEO)
In order to get some traffic to your website it is a good idea to work with SEO, as this is a low hanging fruit for that purpose. We can help your with on-page search engine optimization, which includes structuring/restructuring your website in a way that makes it easier for search engines to crawl your website. It also includes consulting you on optimizing your website’s content, so your individual pages contain text that contains the most relevant keywords. We also work with a partner to help you with your outreach, e.g. getting links to your website on other websites.
Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO)
A website should be designed in a way that makes it easy for users to find what they are looking for or/and that makes it easy for users to do what you want them to do. If you e.g. have a club, which lives on donations, it should be easy for users to find the the page on your website where they can make a donation. So if this is the most important thing on your website, your homepage should be designed in a way that encourages your users to take this action.
Another example could be that you have a web shop and you can see in your analytics tool that most of your visitors are adding items to the basket, but most of them do not checkout. That would indicate that your checkout flow is not designed well enough or that your visitors can simply not find the checkout button. This means a potentially little improvement to your website can have a big impact on your sales numbers.