We develop and use Drupal, WordPress and other custom Content Management Systems to handle all of your web publishing needs. As the web grows we offer businesses the newest technologies to support your online presence. These services change and grow on an annual basis and we make sure that the team at ADS is informed and capable of delivering these new services to our range of clients.
Cookies, dedicated servers, breadcrumbs, CMS, open source, cookies, Hot Java…No we are not ordering Indian takeaway (though we do love a good curry!). We are talking back-end website development. Don’t worry if this makes no sense at all, that’s what we’re here for. You simply say to us: “We want a website for our new application to sell our new product or service and we want to be able to update it ourselves and be found on Google”. We’ll take care of this…professional website design and back-end database management are what we specialise in.
At ADS we like to explore the current trends of the world of web design, and in our travels we often find ourselves re-visiting certain websites for inspiration, insight or just to bring something new to our attention.
Although we like to start with a complete analysis of your web design needs and try to develop an original solution, we believe it is important to keep the design as modern, intuitive and fresh as possible. This helps when we work to find the right way to engage your website users, according to what you are trying to sell. Your website needs to be custom designed, with great functionality, maybe a shopping cart facility, content management system (CMS) and it needs to give you a return on your investment.
Website Development services we offer include:
- professional web design
- e-commerce website design
- shopping carts
- stock control managementv
- database management
- website statistics packages
- website analysis
- content management systems – Drupal, WordPress and others
Something very important ADS wants to bring up for you to consider is the enormous change in the website industry in 2014 to what are called responsive websites. 60% of all online searches for information and content on websites and Google etc are now being done on smart phones and tablets and an ever increasing percentage amongst baby boomers..for more information click here.