Tech Village Egypt designers is a team of highly professional and experienced web designers and developers. We design websites from simple HTML to creative flash website, dynamic to e-commerce website.
User experience (UX) focuses on having a deep understanding of users, what they need, what they value, their abilities, and also their limitations. It also takes into account the business goals and objectives of the group managing the project. UX best practices promote improving the quality of the user’s interaction with and perceptions of your product and any related services.
We design and develop the website according to the client’s needs and requirements. We work on all types of industries whether it is for making a website for a Real state, a multinational business products or services, health care, e-learning, Industry or banking.
The first step in designing a successful web site is to gather information. Many things need to be taken into consideration when we design the look and feel of your site, so we first ask a lot of questions to help us understand your business and your needs in a web site.
What is the purpose of the site and What kind of information will the target audience be looking for on your site.., What do you hope to accomplish by building this web site
This is where the website itself is created. We take all of the individual graphic elements from the prototype and use them to create the functional website.
Using the information gathered from phase one, we put together a plan for your web site. Here we develop a site map – a list of all main topic areas of the site, as well as sub-topics (if applicable)
At this point, we attend to the final details and test your web site, we test things such as the complete functionality of forms or other scripts, we test for last minute and then Launching
Drawing from the information gathered up to this point, we determine the look and feel of the site. Target audience is one of the key factors taken into consideration here.
The development of your web site is not necessarily over, though. One way to bring repeat visitors to your site is to offer new products on a regular basis, if this interests you.
Here are just a few benefits that come along with creating a usable website for your small business. Let we know why you think it is (or isn’t) important for a SMB to have a website in 2017.
Your business will stop being invisible.
We are not trying to be flippant, but by creating a website you stop being invisible to the people trying to find you online. More and more studies are telling us about the ROBO effect where customers are learning to research online before buying offline. They’re typing their problems or needs into the search engine of their choice and are researching the companies that appear for those queries. If you don’t have a Web presence, there’s no chance of you showing up and you never even enter into their thought process. In 2017, you can’t afford to be invisible.
The website will create another sales tool.
A website is a powerful sales tool and one that allows you to address your customers’ concerns, give them the information they need to make a decision and create compelling calls to action. Sure, you can keep placing ads in the Yellow Pages and hope that word-of-mouth generates on its own…or you can build something that inspires it to happen. Your website is your home turf where people can go to seek out trusted information about your company and engage with you on a more personal level. Use it to build confidence in your brand and to give customers important buying information (and incentives).
No Website Means Losing Business
By now it's clear that if you don't have a website, you're missing out on opportunities for customers to identify who you are and if they want to spend money with you. This said, if you have a bad website it is better to have no website. While no website equals missed opportunities, a bad website can actually be worse since it literally makes your business look bad. With so many template based websites available nowadays, such as the E-Commerce website for you to customize for your unique business, there's truly no excuse for your website to look unprofessional and sloppy. If you can't proudly promote the website you have currently live and available for the world to see online, take it down. A bad website is far worse than no website - but let's be clear... both are bad for business.
Website will build authority.
Though the Web has been around for some time, it’s true that you didn’t always need a website to find your audience. It was a lot easier to market via direct mailings, Yellow page ads and local word-of-mouth. However, today your website and your social presence are the factors that customers are looking for when they research a small business. They want to know that you’re stable enough to have a dedicated Web presence. That you’ll be around tomorrow should something go wrong. That they can get ahold of you when they need to. By creating a website, you set up shop on the Internet and show customers that this is where they can come to find information about you, to read articles that you’ve written and to learn more about your company. All of these things build authority. Without a website, you’re at a huge disadvantage as a small business owner trying to speak to your customers.
Less Expensive for Advertising & Marketing
Have you ever advertised your business through various forms such as printed media, radio, television or by other means? It’s expensive! Investing in advertising is necessary, but it takes a lot of money. Having a website will make promoting your company less expensive. Many versions of offline advertising available on the internet are sometimes free.
If you have a business and don’t have a website, it’s almost as if your business doesn’t exist. In this modern era, people and companies are on the internet for information. Why do you think people visit a website? It’s primarily to find information. And if you’re in the business world, information is critical. You need to have a website for your customers. It needs to contain information about what you can do for them.