Web Design & WordPress Development
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Design services include:
- Logo Design
- Brand Design (Marketing your brand with printed materials, t-shirts, business cards. etc. We design these products but do not currently print or embroider them.)
- Systems Design including User Experience (UX) Design and User Interface (UI) Design
- Video editing
- Web Animation
- Visual Story Telling
- Photo Editing with Adobe Photoshop
- Digital Illustration with Adobe Illustrator
Includes adding new content, pages, images or video to an existing website.
Optimization will make your website load at lightning speeds!
Client Relationship Management (CRM) Software
CRM systems allow an organization and its employees to track contacts they have with clients and prospects. Depending on the type of business you might be recording phone calls, emails, client entertaining like a lunch or round of golf, or in-person meetings. A CRM will usually produce reports to gauge which activities are the most productive. Banks and other financial institutions also pull in account information and calculate profitability at all levels of the organization.
We can help with Shopify, WIX and Woocommerce. These are the proven, industry standard systems that allow you to create and sell physical (clothing, supplements, or food) or digital (videos, podcasts, music, educational materials) products.
Reservation Systems or Online Ordering
Used for Dining, Training, or Conferences.
- Mailing Lists/Targeted Marketing Campaigns
- Mail Merges for Snail Mail
- Social Media Marketing Campaigns
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Includes all the tasks that would keep a database running at full capacity. A couple examples include adding the latest zip codes, import new transactions, reconcile financial data, add memory, add new fields or tables necessary for new products.
Includes gathering the requirements for the database and mapping the relationships between all the “objects” it will track. Most businesses require basic contact information of their customers like address, email and phone. A car dealership would need information like income, credit rating, last car purchase or model preferences. A Database Designer literally creates a visual map that shows where each piece of data is stored.
A Database Administrator or “DBA” creates the database, tables and fields based on the business requirements and a database “map.” They create indexes that make searches faster. They create triggers that ensure any change in the data is reflected across the system. If a client moves out of state, for example, a well designed system could notify the office in their new home town.
Includes activities such as regular backups or removing duplicate records.
Development of Blogs
- Content creation
- Content proofing/editing
We can provide 24 Hour support.