Website Development & Design
Web designers nowadays are very closely linked to what we refer as UX designers, or User Experience designers.
Not all UX designers will work on websites, as some may work on apps for example, but almost all web designers will incorporate elements of UX design in their approach.
This involves working on the skeleton of the website which is not seen by website visitors.
This is everything that your website visitors can see, like client lead forms and menus and more.
Full Stack Developer
This is basically the full package, these developers will work across all parts of the website.
Which One Do I Need?
Most simple websites only usually require the services of a web designer, to put together all the visual elements of the site and make a nice user experience for the visitors.
In a lot of cases, the hard work has already been done by the developers in terms of writing the code that relates to all these visual elements, and these just have to be added to the site.
A web designer needs to be able to keep visitors moving and engaged in the overall website experience. They focus on the style of the pages, but they do fall into several types of designing roles:
Researching audience traits and designing a web experience that caters to their needs.
Classic Web Designer
Designs websites that are commonly used for services, e-Commerce and more.
Designers that have mastered all elements of web design and UX.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we have in-house designers and developers that come with lots of experience.