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Professional & Affordable Website Design

A website can be more than a powerful marketing tool for your business. You can maximize its usefulness by using it as an online store, as your invoicing system, as a CRM for human resources, plus so much more!

Unlike DIY website builders such Wix & GoDaddy, we can help you take advantage of your website and get the maximum return for your investment. With website builders, you will struggle just to setup your website in the first place, let alone set it up as a powerful tool for growing your business.

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Types of Websites We Build

If you're unsure as to what type of website you need, here are some examples. You can also contact us!


An interactive website will be constantly changing, either because new content is being added on a regular basis, or because its number of pages or features will be changing. An interactive website will allow the website administrator to add fresh content or new features with the least amount of technical knowledge.


An informational website is used to display mostly static content. The main purpose is to promote services and provide useful information to both potential clients and search engines. An informational website can be in plain HTML or integrate a CMS such as WordPress, and the website administrator won't be making regular changes.


An e-commerce website is one of the most power-hungry and time consuming projects we undertake. It needs more resources and features than an HTML website, and e-commerce websites must easily integrate with third party systems that will make running an online store a breeze. Running an e-commerce website is like having a secondary job.

Landing Pages

A landing page is also referred to as a lead page. Landing pages can be informational, interactive or have basic e-commerce features. A landing page can be a great option for any business looking for a good start. They will provide you with the customization and features you need to get started the right way.

Single Pages

Unlike a landing page, a single page can be from a basic template that provides basic business information. Single pages can be used as digital business cards that unlike a free Facebook page, it can make use of your domain name and help you avoid all the competitor ads and noise a free Facebook page offers.


Blogs can help you reach an audience no social media channels can. Blogs enable monetization of your time and knowledge by selling ads. Blogs require an interactive platform as it will constantly need changes. Most CMS offer blogging features that make writing and publishing content a breeze.


Whether it's social media, forums or video channels, today's platforms enable you to have your own media platform without spending thousands of dollars. Media websites must enable you to create and moderate content and people, so it's very important to build it on a powerful interactive platform using a CMS.


You may not now what SaaS stands for, but if you've ever dreamed of having a website that generates residual income, then you've already thought of owning one! SaaS stands for "Software as a Service" (Think Dropbox, Netflix, etc). Unlike an e-commerce website, a SaaS website allows you to sell subscriptions.


Portals allows cooperation between member of the same organization. You can use it to share important information with coworkers or partners, and you can even use it as a Customer Relationship Management system. A portal must be user-friendly, interactive, and the home page is usually the login page.

Necessary Website Components

Websites are made up of several components, and they can be purchased from a single or separated sources.

1. Domain Name

A domain name is a unique, easy-to-remember address used to access websites, such as '', and ''. Users can connect to websites using domain names thanks to the DNS system.

2. Web Hosting

Web hosting is an online service that makes your website's content accessible on the internet. When you purchase a hosting plan, you are renting space on a physical server to store all the website's files and data.

3. SSL Certificate

An SSL certificate is a digital certificate that authenticates a website's identity and enables an encrypted connection. SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, a security protocol that creates an encrypted link between a web server and a web browser.

4. Copywritting & Images

Copywriting is the act or occupation of writing text for the purpose of advertising or other forms of marketing. The product, called sales copy, is written content that aims to increase brand awareness and ultimately persuade a person to take a particular action.


5. Source Code

Source code is a human-readable text, in our case, written in HTML. The goal of our source code is to set exact rules and specifications for how the browser should display the website. Source codes are the foundation of websites