How much does a website cost?
This is a popular question! The simple answer is that it depends on what the project includes. A website project can be simple and fast or involved and complex. When we work with our clients on their websites, we discuss your objectives and explain the time and costs involved. Website projects often involve more than just the creation of a website – there are usually parallel initiatives involved such as brand development, marketing or the integration or configuration of software, hosting or domains. We work with you to build a complete picture of your project, our role, and the costs involved. There’s more information on this topic here: How much does a website cost.
What software do we use?
We work with the Adobe Creative Suite for Graphic Design (Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Acrobat) and for web design & development we use a variety of text editors and FTP programs. Our clients enjoy not only the delivery of our services but access to our software suite enhancing business capacity on an as-required basis.
What platforms do we use?
We work with a variety of online platforms.
Who do we work with?
Our clients span a variety of industries from individuals, organisations, small > medium businesses and corporations. It’s an asset for all of our clients because innovations in any sector often apply to others as well, ensuring our services is positioned on the leading edge.
How do you migrate a website?
Website migration considerations depend on the type/s of website, the platform/s, the hosting services, access to critical resources, dependencies and requirements. Website migration can be very easy and fast, or complex and long. Learn more about website migration here.
What is the difference between IMAP and POP?
IMAP and POP are popular email protocols. Learn about IMAP and POP here.null
What is the difference between HTTP and HTTPS?
HTTP stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol. HTTPS stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure. The difference between the two is that HTTPS uses encryption to secure the information being transferred.