Web Design and Development Melbourne
Solutions Indata is a skilled website development firm based in Melbourne, Australia. We design mobile friendly, responsive professional looking websites for small to medium businesses.
We design professional looking websites for small to medium businesses which stand out because of their design elegance and smart navigation, cutting the time it takes your customers to find what they need to know about your business.
We enjoy what we do, are customer focused and dedicated to customer satisfaction. You will get a professional, smart looking website for your business from Solutions Indata.
Why YOUR business needs a website
♦ Lets the world know that you exist
♦ Attracts potential customers
♦ Reduces existing advertising costs
♦ Improves customer service
♦ Generates requests for information
Have a look through the websites on the portfolio page you will see a few of our favourite website designs that have been custom built to suit the needs of the business.
How does it work?
We will work with you and find out exactly what your web site needs. We will ask you lots of questions and listen to your feedback so that you end up with a professional looking web site that works well. We will develop a professional looking web site that works!
Our websites are built to be mobile friendly and responsive and have the ability for you to update the content yourself if you wish.
We take into consideration your existing logos, your favourite colors, who the audience is and many other factors.
You may even have your own photographs that you would like to include to give your website a more personal touch. Alternatively we can source some photos for your website that will look great . We get you thinking about how your website is going to look.
Let us build it
It is not an easy task making a web site that looks professional and functions well. We have heard many stories where students or family members have made a web site as a favor to a friends business. This can often turn into a amateur looking site that looks bad, takes a long time to download, has links that don’t work and will ultimately need renovating or rebuilding. This is often after it has already caused negative impressions in the marketplace.
WEBSITES ARE ESSENTIAL TO ANY BUSINESS BECAUSE…
♦ A website gives your business a professional image
A website gives you a professional, technologically advanced image. For small businesses a well-designed website is a great way of instilling confidence and boosting your image. Most customers assume that if you have a business you have a website.
♦ Potential clients will be able to find you
If people know your business name they can find your phone number without having to look you up in the phone book.
♦ The world will know that you exist
You can expose your business to the world by having a website. You can reach a far wider audience to inform them of your existence and what you can do for them. A website allows you to fully explain and display who you are and what you do. You can inform potential customers about your your company, it’s products and services.
♦ Targeted customers are waiting for you
The people who visit your website are already interested in what you have to offer because they have been referred to it by you, or reached it through searching the internet.
♦ It will reduce mailing costs
You can reduce your existing costs of mailing information to potential customers by providing online brochures, product descriptions, instructions, and specifications that they can print in their home or office.
♦ It will reduce your advertising costs
As a form of advertising and marketing, a website is cost-effective and great value. Compared to the cost of other forms of advertising, such as printed media, or radio and television – a website is great value for money.
♦ Websites increase customer confidence
By providing informative content on your website visitor queries may be answered. Potential customers value this service and can see that your business is knowledgeable and professional.
♦ It brings new opportunities
It can expose you to new opportunities. The web is used by reporters of newspapers and magazines as an information source. If they find what you do informative they may contact you to do a story on your business or link to your website. This in turn brings more visitors/clients your way.
♦ It will promote your business 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
With an informative website, you can effectively communicate with potential customers all day and all night. Potential clients can read about you and your work when and where it is convenient for them – often long after you have finished for the day!
♦ A website saves time on frequently asked questions
Publish FAQ’s and their answers on a website and customers are more knowledgeable before they deal with you. A website can save your valuable time by answering the same questions for you over and over and over.
♦ Having a website increases your credibility as a business
Most people expect a business to have a website. Increasingly more and more people find the internet the most convenient way to look for a company’s phone number, email address or information about their products and services.
THINGS TO THINK ABOUT…
What type of image do you want to communicate?
Think about the image you want to convey. Here are some ideas: Conservative, Corporate, Friendly, Children, Hi-tech, Family, Academic, Fun, and International
Who is your audience?
Are they: Current customers, Potential customers, Suppliers, Professional / Trade Organizations, Stockholders/Investors, Competitors, Children, Schools / Educators, Sight-impaired, Internal employees, Potential employees, Management etc.
What colours do you want?
Think about the colours used in your existing logos, artwork and stationary. Do you like strong vibrant colors with lots of contrast or soft pastel colors?
Websites that you like:
Using a search engine like ”GOOGLE” (www.google.com ) type in key words to find similar business websites and take note of sites that may provide direction on the content and look-and-feel for your site.
Find at least three sites on the Web that relate to your business and note down what you like and don’t like. Things you can look out for are colours, layout, quality of content, quality of graphics, and navigation (the way you move around a website).