Small business websites
Get noticed online with a stunning, user friendly and responsive website.
Each site is beautifully designed, responsive and mobile friendly. Hosting is reliable, affordable and the price is tiered to your level of involvement. All websites have an easy to use content management system to make DIY updating simple.
The Studio V Ink web design process is easy, hassle-free and guided every step of the way.
AGREE TERMS & SCOPE
I’ll give you an idea of what to expect, what I need from you, outline terms & conditions and ask for a small deposit to begin the design work.
THE DESIGN BRIEF
We’ll discuss ideas, look at your marketplace & competition, and I’ll come up a website visual which reflects your brand ethos and online requirements.
The design will go through an iteration process where you will have a chance to input ideas and make changes and suggestions.
Once you’re happy with the design and content, you approve the site design, pay the final balance and we’re ready to go live!
CHOOSE YOUR HOSTING
Pick the monthly hosting package that best suits your needs. Packages are flexible, so change your mind at any time to suit the needs of your business.
And you’re done! Your shiny new website is ready to go live and take on the world!
Web design includes
What you can expect from your website
All the features shown come as standard. Plus, all websites have an easy to use content management system to make DIY updating simple. Or, with the higher care packages, Studio V Ink can do that for you, leaving you free to spend more time with your business.
The hosting packages are flexible too, so change your mind at any time to suit the needs of your business and make the most of your time.
Need an online presence but not ready for a whole website?
Use the one page website option.
Web design matters
of users make a judgement about a company’s credibility based on their website’s design.
of people will stop engaging with a website if the content or layout is unattractive.
of people would rather read something beautifully designed than something plain.
of customers’ first impressions are design related.
of consumers would stop engaging with content that doesn’t display well on their device
of people will stop engaging with a website if images won’t load or take too long to load
Recent web design projects
The latest web design projects.
Web design hints & tips
Your website is often your customers’ first interaction with your brand.
As a small business, your website is a crucial part of your marketing and branding efforts. Visitors are coming to your website for a reason. You want to ensure they can find what they’re looking for easily, as well as giving them a fabulous user experience and taste of what your business is all about.
If you get your website wrong, it’ll cost you money in the short term, and ultimately lose even more money in potential revenue that you could be making from a well designed, properly functioning website.
Grow your bottom line with these hints & tips, then when you’re ready – get in touch!
Instead of focusing on getting your website done as soon as possible, first research your target audience in your specific market. Then, design your website around your research.
In order to be successful you need to focus on marketing your website, not a flashy design. Your design should not just be focused on bringing users in, but getting them to the right place once they reach your homepage.
What do you want users to do once they’ve found your website? Do you want them to buy, contact you, or subscribe to your e-newsletter? You need to tell visitors what their next step is. Your content should answer the question, “What’s in it for me?” with a call to action telling them what to do next.
Simply put: don’t blow your budget on your website, but do your research to ensure you’re receiving a quality product.
Don’t hire a cheap designer, let them make poor business decisions and end up with a horrible product. But don’t get distracted by expensive agencies that work with big brands – they’re not used to helping small companies who are ROI focused.
Customers expect your website to contain the latest information about your products, services, and company. When it doesn’t have this, they may assume you’re not in business any longer, or simply aren’t innovative and ahead of the competition.
If you try to please everyone you’ll likely end up not pleasing anyone. It’s best to figure out what type of customer visits your website most and focus on creating the best possible experience for them.
Your website is often your customers’ first interaction with your brand. If you don’t have design experience, do you really think you can do it justice? First impressions are everything. Don’t allow your customer to make assumptions about your business because of a poorly designed website.