FRIEZE WEB DESIGN : LONDON
Sharing Our Web Development Knowledge, Expertise & Experience
The Web has evolved massively in its first 20 years, becoming increasingly complex and sophisticated. If a website is to be successful in 2015, it really is important to take a professional approach.
We at Frieze Design do consider ourselves to be 'professionals'. As 'Web only' specialists since 1998, we have a deep understanding of how the Web works at every level. We hand-code websites to fit with your unique requirements - your unique aims, your site's unique audience - and always follow recognised best practices. What we offer is the expertise and experience that will allow you to make the most of this enormously important. multi-faceted communication platform.
Coherent, Usable, Accessible & Engaging Websites for Desktop, Smartphones and Tablets
We'll help you tailor your website to match visitor expectations. By creating a site people enjoy using, you'll have a site that's truely working for you. We'll advise on usability; site mapping, organising your content and navigation so your site is both coherent and consistent. We'll ensure your site is correctly coded, thereby making it accessible to everyone, including those using mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets. And we'll make it easy for all the Search Engines to find you.
End-To-End Web Design Service for Charities, Businesses & Individuals
Through our work with a diverse range of organisations, charities, businesses and individuals, we believe we can deliver the web design and development package that best suits your needs. By choosing Frieze Design you'll receive a professional, cost-effective and 'complete' end-to-end web design and development service.
So, What Makes Good Web Design?
Many consider web design as being primarily a visual thing - but that's only part of it.
Consider something most of us use everyday; a mobile phone is a good example. Ideally, it looks good and is easy to use. But if either of these qualities is missing, then the designer has failed. It is simply bad design (not 'great design', shame it's impossible to use). The same holds true for websites ...
“Web Design isn't just about 'the look' - it's equally about a site being fast, easy to use, and accessible to everyone”