Web Design & Development
Blu Flamingo has formed and maintained a deep understanding of brand DNA and a strong tradition in creating web portals for companies who require more than a digital brochure.
When it comes to creating a website for you we are deeply concerned with more than just great design and basic functionality. We do the research on your industry, look at the objective of the site, craft the user journey and provide for a/b testing. We build your site with the best SEO practices in mind, plugging in YOAST to optimize your Blog efforts as well as making sure the basics are taken care of, these include but aren’t limited to;
1. Mobile compatibility accessible across all devices and users,
2. Well planned information,
3. Locally based support
4. Easy to use content management systems
5. Social media integration
6. Security and SSL certificates
7. landing pages that are built to convert
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Most frequent questions and answers
How much a website costs depends on a number of factors including the skill and experience of the designer, content management system (CMS), programming language, the number of pages, the type of functionality, design and the programming budget.
Knowing the basic purpose of your website should be what drove you to want a website in the first place.
You might want a website designed to sell a service/product. You could even need a website to just post content or blog.
A website is about your prospect and their needs, you have to communicating in a clear, detailed and persuasive manner to their needs.
Excellent usability which a prospect can navigate through your site and attain the information they are seeking. Fast loading pages and minimal scroll on the pages. Using HTML (for content) and CSS (for design) codes for the different functions of the website.
The number of pages depends on the objective and function of a website. An average website usually has no more than 10 pages, while an eCommerce site can have 100s of pages depending on the number of store items it has.
Web design refers to both the beauty portion of the website and it’s usability, while “web development” refers to the process of the website being built.