Web Development

Get a responsive, secure and SEO friendly CMS website!

Content Management System

A CMS or a ‘Content Management System‘ quite literally allows you to control and manage the content within your web site – without technical training. Using this uncomplicated system you can very easily add, delete images and edit text in your web site on the fly.


Responsive Web Design Is the combination of flexible grids, flexible images, and media queries. We help take the complexity out of responsive design with details on Design, Development and Strategy.

Responsive design allows your website to adapt to the device your users are viewing it on. It provides you with the capability to write once publish everywhere, meaning less work for you.

SEO Friendly

A SEO friendly website has those configurations and features so it’s easy for search engines to crawl (read) and understand what the particular website is all about. There are of course many other characteristics that make a website SEO Friendly, but the below 6 elements are currently among the most important.

#1 – Unique titles and Descriptions for all pages

Titles and descriptions describe accurately what the page is about without being keyword stuffed.

#2 – Well formatted URLs – URLS

Permanent links (that’s the url of a webpage) are descriptive, all lower case and separated by dashes.

#3- Fast loading web pages

Neither people nor search engines want websites that are slow to load.

#4 – It has unique content

Content on the website is not found anywhere else on the web, all pages have unique and useful content. This means a website cannot be SEO friendly if it has content copied from other web sites.

#5 – Includes images that are optimized for search engines

Search engines prefer text that’s the truth, but you also need to have images to your pages because people like it, it makes your content more interesting, easier to read, sharable etc. When you do so, make sure that the images are optimized for size and also that you set a meaningful image filename and ALT text.

#6 – Pages have a meaningful structure

A web page usually has the following elements:

  • Header
  • Breadcrumb menu
  • Page Title (that’s the H1 tag – there is only one per page)
  • Well formatted text – text is separated into a number of short paragraphs with subheadings
  • Author information
  • Footer