FSE Online offers a comprehensive suite of web design and development services. From branding concepts and logo design all the way through to coding responsive websites, our experienced web designers and developers are on hand to bring businesses of any size online.
Why choose our web design company?
Successful web designers can’t just rely on their creative talents – they need an innate understanding of the way the web works, and how all of the tools available to them can be used to capture the attention of customers and help them engage in a business concept. Our professional web designers are trained to always create web platforms with the end user in mind, resulting in functional, intuitively-designed websites that present your organisation in the best possible way.
FSE Online operates an in-house design and development team, which means we can respond quickly and efficiently to all of your web needs. Our internal staff specialise in WordPress development.
To ensure we are in a position to offer a fully comprehensive web design service, we also work with a large external network of web designers, graphic designers, copywriters and code developers. Our associates are trained to create websites using all major CMS platforms. However complex your requirements, we will be able to call upon the distinctive skillsets of our partners to bring you the most suitable (and cost-effective) solution for your design brief.
If you’d like to discuss your web design project with one of our friendly members of staff, don’t hesitate to call us today. We’ll be happy to provide you with recommendations and ballpark quotes.
Ensuring your website is compatible with multiple platforms is essential in today’s online world. In 2014, mobile overtook desktop as the most commonly used platform, and in 2015, it started to pull away. Trends in mobile usage are increasing at such a rate that it will soon account for 80% of all internet traffic.
Those who say that mobile is the future are missing the point. Mobile is here, and use of desktops is in rapid decline. To reach customers in 2016 and beyond requires content that loads quickly and performs as well on mobile as it does on a desktop.
The launch of Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) at the end of 2015 gave a clear indication of where the future of the web lies. AMP is a project that uses simplified code to allow web pages to load much quicker on mobile devices.
Google will use AMP to provide faster access to content on mobile devices, and pages that have a valid AMP version will be displayed above non-AMP search results. The implications for businesses are clear – a blended approach to design, content and SEO has never been more vital to keep your online presence ahead of the pack.