Website Designing Service

A professionally designed website is a marketing tool & an enabler for your business. A website represents your company online. We believe if your website does not portray your company as a professional business, then, your website is not justified to be online. A professionally designed website is directly proportional to increased online sales.

The same is applicable to us too. At Dreams work, we design websites, which increase our customer's online sales. Since every webpage, which we design, reflects our web design skills, we make sure that we leave a positive impression of Dreams work, as a professional web site design company.

These approach towards high quality of web design benefits our clients first. Whether you are a small business, SME or a corporate, affordable web design from Dreams work, is assured. For small businesses, the Internet gives you an equal opportunity to compete with larger established companies. In fact, we have been providing affordable web design services to small business & SMEs, as the web is probably the best place for small businesses to be in.

Dreams work creates intelligent, creative and solid visual web brands. By seeking a coherent understanding of our clients' unique positions, business environment, branding needs and target audience, we define a branding strategy that captures the uniqueness of your competition.

Our strong website design process approach backed up with solid web development skills will lead to a successful web presence for your business.

Dreams work, implements the technical web solutions that empower your business by allowing easy and fast updates to your web product.

We study your company's business environment, listen carefully, point out different options, and create solutions. We work closely together with our clients for guaranteeing that the final product meets or exceeds their expectations. We are always open for comments and suggestions but at the same time take full artistic responsibility for the final product.

Different Types of Website
Choosing which type of website will best suit a business’s current and future needs can be a tricky decision. Website developers may be inclined to persuade clients in choosing a website which is more complicated than they require, either because will be easier to build or generate a larger profit for the developer. Search engine optimisation practitioners will usually advocate choosing the simplest form of website which suits the company’s needs, as less complex sites are easier to optimise and generally perform better. The common types of websites from which a business will have to make a choice are:

(a) Static Websites
A static website is the simplest form of website, in which the site’s content is delivered without the use of server side processing. Static website are used principally for brochure sites and can include complex graphics, animations and JavaScript driven features. The main limitation of static websites is that they cannot provide true user interactivity, since they cannot either gather information from the user or serve content dependent on user actions. Large static sites are also time consuming to develop and more difficult to update, since changes need to be implemented individually on each page of the site. However, if a business does not require a large website or advanced interactivity, a static site developed using XHTL and CSS will provide clean, compact coding and good search engine performance.

(b) Dynamic Websites
Dynamic website rely on server side scripting to provided advanced interactivity and usually use a database to deliver the content for individual pages. A dynamic approach is appropriate for developing large websites with content which is formulaic, for example, catalogues, photograph albums and complex series of data. A dynamic website will be required to allow users to sort and search records, or to restrict access to parts of the website using a log-in procedure. Generating website pages on the fly, using a database to store and deliver content, is an efficient way of managing a large site, with maintenance and updating generally much easier than for a comparable static site. The disadvantage of dynamic website is that search engine optimisation techniques are more difficult to implement, particularly if the site’s search engine optimisation needs are not taken into account at the development stage.

(c) Content Managed Websites
A content managed website is a further refinement of the database driven dynamic site. The content management system provides a password protected interface through which users can add, edit and remove content from the site. A content management system is particularly useful in the case of large sites which have numerous contributors, some of whom may be working from remote locations.

(d) E-Commerce Websites
An eCommerce website is a dynamic website which has the functionality to process financial transactions. Most eCommerce websites are built to mimic a bricks and mortar store and use the model of stock pages, shopping basket system and checkout, using a secure online payment system. Many eCommerce sites also include a content management system, so that product details can be added or updated, and some include advanced features such as automated stock control.

(e) Flash Websites
Flash is proprietary software developed by Macromedia which is used to generate complex animations. Flash websites can be visually stunning and provide otherwise unachievable levels of user interactivity, but it is almost impossible to carry out any meaningful form of search engine optimisation on a Flash site and so it is, generally, to be avoided.

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