Benefit from a Website Redesign
Websites grow, age and become outdated over time. Even if you update your website regularly, eventually you need to redesign your website.
Is it time for a website redesign?
Consider all of the points below. Do any/all of them describe your website? With the pace that technology changes on the Internet, a website redesign about every 4-6 years should be part of your website maintenance plan.
Your website is a reflection of your/your business and is available 24/7. It is essentially free advertising to any user that finds you in Google or other search engines. It only makes sense that you want to keep your content current and site looking up to date. Slow loading pages, website not loading properly on mobile,
broken links, out of date content… this is all frustrating to users and they will easily leave your site and go somewhere else.
Again, this depends on a lot of factors. If you do not update your site on a regular basis then a redesign may be needed more often than someone that is more active with website maintenance. If your business services change significantly or a business is sold, these may be reasons for a redesign.
Costs of website redesign services vary.
- the size of your site
- features and functionality to add/remove
- your budget and timeline to complete
The good thing about a redesign is it can be broken out in steps to make gradual improvements if your website budget does not allow for a full overhaul. Request a free quote.
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How to redesign a website
What kind of redesign services you need depends on what you aspects of your site you want to focus on. Ccontent, design/look, features and functionality...
A full website redesign refers to changing how the overall website looks.
Maybe your current style is outdated, looks unprofessional, your code is not search engine friendly or mobile friendly, or the design no longer matches your company brand.
It’s time to redo your site.
When someone asks me to revamp their site, this means that they want to update it, freshen it up, but not change the overall look or structure.
Updating colors, fonts,or rearranging content may be part of a revamp.
A website overhaul is essentially a website rebuild.
It consists of changing the design and rebuilding the website code structure.
Content is often added, changed or deleted too. New website functionality may be added.
A website overhaul is a major task. When done you essentially have a new website from the ground up.
Why Hire Me To Rebuild Your Website?
My skill set focuses on the technical side of building websites. I understand you don’t want to lose traffic with a rebuild, or have your site go offline during a transition from an old web design to a new one.
I have successfully built and rebuilt hundreds of websites, accumulating years, decades of experience to address today’s web standards with security, search engine optimization, speed and mobile friendly design.