Website Design - Fairlie Agile

By: Fairlie Agile  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Search Engine, Content Management

Focus on the User

We focus on clean design that is easy to navigate, has fast loading pages, is crawlable by search engines and provides a pleasant customer experience.

We work with our clients to identify their likes, dislikes and functional requirements and we develop great looking websites that are easy to maintain.

Cascading Style Sheets/Table-free design

We use modern design principles, based on best practices, to deliver a site that looks great for your visitors and is also easily read by search engines so your site can get a good ranking.

Design Best Practice

Our websites follow Google Best Practice advice.  This ensures that there are no technical problems preventing search engine indexing and our systems are designed to ensure your website is secure and safe from hacking.

Umbraco Content Management System

The Umbraco CMS is a brilliant product.  It is simple to use, has full functionality and many add-on features.  It is so good - we use it ourselves.

Every CMS site we build is customized for it's intended use and we don't use generic templates. We can also easily add-on to the site such features as image galleries, blogs and restricted members areas.

Simple Navigation

We keep it simple so your visitors know where they are and how to get around.  Great navigation helps customers find what they want and encourages them to buy stuff.

Keywords: Content Management, Search Engine

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