The development side of a website is every bit as important as the design – and often more important.
In fact, when looking for a new website it is common for people to look for design first and the development part of the website second. This is a bit like buying the shell of a car body first and worrying about all that engineering stuff later. The fact is that, no matter what the car looks like, without the engineering stuff, you really don’t have a car.
The car has to look good, but it also has to perform as well as it looks. If you are in any doubt about this then try watching Top Gear once in a while.
At TTMG Internet we believe that the website should be stunning to look at, with performance to match. That is why the development part of the website does not play second fiddle to the design – it’s right up there – an equal partner.
However, there’s a twist to this tale and we must declare that design often frankly just does not work without the right development behind it and the best example of this is with responsive design. Making the design respond to the device it is being viewed is much more development than design.
This is a great example of just how much in a web site is happening under the bonnet and often the most elegant, user-friendly designs demand the most sophisticated development to make them work effectively.
And it’s complicated. If you are not in the business, then being hit with an avalanche of jargon, three letter acronyms (TLAs) and internetty technobabble – when someone is trying to explain how this thing you want works – will not be helpful.
With TTMG Internet you will get high-grade technical solutions, but you will also get English explanations on what these are, how they work and what the final value is to the overall solution.
The end result is a well structured, well coded and well-documented product that will not only do the job today, but will be easy to build onto and maintain as time goes by.
If you would like to speak in English to a human being about your planned development then please get in touch for a free no obligation discussion about possibilities, costs and solutions.