So the next time one of your relatives asks you what you’ve learned over the summer, you can pull out a tablet and write some python code as a neat party trick. This will also immediately label you as a tech-person of the family, so take that advice with a grain of salt.
After testing various ways of creating a website, for SMEs, we are finally able to provide Web Design Service for Business as a fundamental solution or a starting point for SMEs to give life to their business in the digital world. Among many things we have put into consideration, let us highlight the following:
- Creating a website for business should be affordable. ( let’s try to keep it below SGD 1000/- ).
- It should be profitable for the website designers/ developers, just enough to sustain their business.
- The site should be ready to launch within 14 working days, max.
- Easy update of content on the site. The process should be friendly enough, that anyone who knows how to use a computer to send and receive email should be able to update/ edit the content of the site. Update includes text and media files.
- The site should not take too much server resources when it comes to hosting the website. i.e. a shared hosting service ( or probably the cheapest hosting service) should be able to accommodate the site.
- A web designer/ developer should be able to change the look and feel of the site (as web design trend changes) for a small fee of not more than SGD 100/-.
- Security updates must be available as they come necessary to keep the site secure.
Website Design and Organising of Content
The website design and organising of content on the site will depend on the creativity and experience of the designer/ developer of the site. They should be able to guide the company in right direction to prepare the content for the site. Most of the SMEs won’t have a clue what the current trend is and what is expected on a website by their target audiences.
The site needs to be designed that is friendly and acceptable by the right audiences. Not necessarily the way the business owner(s) intend how the site’s look and feel should be. At the same time keeping it consistent with the brand and what the company/ business portray.