First impressions are crucial, especially on the Internet.
After all, they do call it “browsing”.
Website visitors are very fickle, so if your website looks more like a flea market than the professional company you know it is, people will leave within seconds. Studies have shown that if you can keep a website visitor’s attention for just 20 more seconds after the initial 10 second judgement period, they become less and less likely to leave as time passes. Does your website have what it takes to earn undivided attention?
Since 2010, WDL has been developing effective websites which are both beautiful and focused on its target audience. We know how to properly communicate your business’ value with an aesthetically pleasing, custom-crafted web presence designed to convert visitors into clients, whether you need a whole new site, or just need your current site redesigned.
On today’s world, we understand that our clients deliver promises to their customers all the time, every time. We think that our client’s website should not be any different. A website is a reflection of the brand.
More than just design, we begin the project by meeting our client. We believe our client knows their business best, and we want to know why they want to make a website.
We then conduct a basic research of their customers – to understand the website’s intended audience. We learn about their business and how a website can improve their business. We learn how to align our design with the objective and purpose of their website. In short, we want the website we build represents the brand.
Here’s what you’ll get when you enlist the creative team at WDL:
WordPress is the simplest, most popular way to create your own website or blog. In fact, WordPress powers over 35.2% of all the websites on the Internet. Yes – more than one in four websites that you visit are likely powered by WordPress.
Many years ago, WordPress was primarily a tool to create a blog, rather than more traditional websites. That hasn’t been true for a long time, though. Nowadays, thanks to changes to the core code, as well as WordPress’ massive ecosystem of plugins and developers, you can create any type of website with WordPress.