Webnerds can create the website to complement
your business. We can use your branding, logo, colours, design ideas; or our creative design team can
produce a website for you based on sound design and marketing principles to
maximise the impact for your business. Submission to Google and
other appropriate search engines is also included in our service.
Choosing a website that is right for your business
requires careful consideration. This section is designed to show you the
different kinds of websites we build and to help you make the right
choice about the functionality you need from your website.
Have a look at our Portfolio for examples
of the different website types, or e-mail
us with any design enquiry.
Also known as:
Non-updatable websites, Basic HTML sites, Splash-page sites, brochure
A static site is simply a website
that performs no programmed tasks; it acts simply as an online brochure.
The content can only be updated by a web designer and its main purpose
is as a research and reference tool for customers to find out a little
more about your business.
When should I consider using a static site?
- If you are a small business that provides a limited range of products or services
- If you don't need to update your website very often
A static website is an affordable
way to get your business online. We design each site individually and
get your approval on the design so you know in advance what your site
will look like.
Also known as: Content Management Systems (CMS).
Dynamic websites are content management systems.
Information on the page, such as text, images, hyperlinks, banner ads,
etc. can be changed by the administrator at any time, without the need
for web programming knowledge.
Administrators have full control of the contents on
the website through a personal panel, inaccessible to the site's
viewers. This gives the administrator the power to completely manage the
Dynamic websites also make it possible for viewers
to interact with the website, if a client wishes it. These can include
web forums, comments sections, and feedback submissions.
Also known as: Online Shops, Shopping Carts.
E-commerce websites are based around transactions.
Through shopping-cart software, you can sell virtually anything at your
online storefront. They provide the ability for users to browse, order,
and purchase items offered on the website, using credit and debit cards,
electronic checks, and other methods of online payments.
E-commerce websites help business owners stay on top
of the latest trends in business technology by providing their customers
all the products they have to offer, even products that might not be
possible to sell offline.
Selling your product online, instead of in a
storefront eliminates the cost of renting a storefront, electricity
bills, insurance, and other utilities. By producing to meet orders,
instead of guessing how much stock you need on hand, you can drastically
reduce the amount of inventory you need to keep, and a website is not
limited by geographic location – you can sell anywhere in the world.
Furthermore, you can get feedback on products
instantly as well as let customers know about special offers and
We provide shopping-cart services and easy
navigation so that customers feel comfortable when deciding to buy
something, whether they purchase right away or need more information
before they commit to the transaction. Much like a traditional point of
sale, customers will revisit those sites that provide a good experience.