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Frequently Asked Questions

We have collated a comprehensive list of questions that we are asked. If we have made any omissions and you wish to add to this list, or if you would like to find out more about our services, contact us for more details.

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Can you develop new website features specific to my business?

No problem, our website management system is very flexible - adding and developing new modules is possible. We can discuss your requirements in detail to ensure that the functionality is carefully thought through and works as you intended.

Custom or bespoke developments like this allow your website to work to its optimum. Streamlining some aspects and building up others means that both you and your customers have a great user experience!

How long does it take to make a new website?

The duration for producing your website is generally 4 to 5 weeks, but will be shorter for a simple site and (yes, you guessed it!) longer for a more complex site.

When we meet up to plan your website, we will gain an understanding of the requirements and can then work out how long things are likely to take.

And remember, we'll need some information, words and photos from you too... so it's a two way process, so we need to receive these bits and pieces on time to keep things moving. But don't worry, we can tell you what's required and prompt you when necessary :)

What kind of industries do you make websites for?

We have worked with a wide range of clients in the past, from various industries. These website projects include:

Hospitality - Hotels, guest-houses, wineries and restaurants
Engineering - Electronics, defence, hardware and appliances
IT & Broadcast - PC repair, Telecommunications, Cable
Education - Teaching videos, universities, schools
Trades - Auto repair, plumbing, electricians

... and much more! We take pride in gaining an understanding of each business and their product before starting work. We will arrange a 1-to-1 consultation at the outset and then we're talking on the same page.