Building sites is what we do. We will recommend an appropriate technology for your project, plan it out, and start building.
The first stage of development is planning. Call me old school but we can work out a lot of stuff with pen and paper before we start writing any code.
We use a number of different tools for the job. We have different skills here so we can recommend an appropriate solution for your project. Also, because we are all interested in different areas of the process we can offer you solutions during, and after, the project.
All code is tested throughout the development process to ensure the website displays consistently on Internet Explorer 8, Internet Explorer 7 and even Internet Explorer 6, Firefox (Mac and PC) and Safari.
Throughout the development process the site will also be monitored for errors and warnings using specialised web tools. This ensures the website will display consistently for users and “spiders” programs which index the website content for the search engines.
If your project is for a New Zealand Government Department or Non Government Organisation (NGO) we will develop within the recommendations set out in the NZ Government Web Standards (see http://webstandards.govt.nz for more information). If we recommend anything that doesn't comply with the standards we will et you know why and what the implications are.
Some of the projects that we have developed include: