Frequently Asked Questions
1) What exactly do you design?
We design Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) for web sites and web-based applications (Internet and Intranet). The GUI is that part of your web site that people see and use when they visit your site. It includes the navigation, layout of information and over all visual and usable part for your customers. Aiming at better GUI makes things easier for the people who visit your site. If web site users feel good when they leave your website you can be sure they will come back again, and probably refer the website to couple of their friends.
2) What exactly do you mean by Web Development?
3) I’ve been hearing a lot about “AJAX, CSS, XHTML and Web 2.0 Standards.” Do you do that?
Affirmative. At a request from a client we design and develop AJAX based web applications in standards compliant HTML, XHTML, CSS, or a CSS-HTML hybrid. What’s more important than the acronyms or buzzwords are your specific needs, your specific audience, and your specific goals. We’ll discuss all the options with you and then follow the approach that is most appropriate for your situation.
4) Do you provide copywriting services?
We don’t provide copywriting services but at your request we can hire professionals.
5) What is your strength?
The only triumph we’re going for is when a customer says, “Amazingly this site really worked for me. We don’t believe in using flashy plug-ins, our goal is to deliver a website which is functional and user friendly, sites that are easy to use and download is our idea of a good web site. We believe in being thoughtful and providing the simplest, best possible solution for our clients. This rarely involves anything that beeps or swooshes around the screen.
6) What makes your services a long term choice?
We deliver concrete solutions and then work with your team to implement them. We feel no usability analysis is complete without paying attention to the end-users. Strength of any business is its customers, and we aim at providing your customers the best experience on the web.
7) Can’t we just do this ourselves?
Of-course you can, but then who will concentrate on your company’s growth?
8) How much input will we have toward the design?
Upfront, you’ll be able to have as much input as you want. But, because of the low cost and short timeframe, we won’t be able to accept input once the design and development process starts, and what we deliver is final. However if you are prepared for a re-quote we don’t have any problems. But we always try to get the maximum before the actual design and development starts.
9) How does a typical engagement begin?
We begin a project by listening and learning. We want to know everything about your project, your customers. We can do this over the phone, via email or in person. Next, we put together a solid plan and start working towards your goals.
10) How do you get the majority of your clients?
The majority of our work comes from referrals or repeat business from existing clients. This speaks to our excellent relationships with our clients.