FAQ – General
Who will make changes to my website in future?
We will discuss this with you at the start of the project.
Can I keep my email address?
FAQ – Technical Jargon
Responsive design is a term used by designers and developers to show that they have considered how the website will look on varying screen sizes, such as mobile phones, tablets and large desktops.
The design of the website will typically change to suit the size and dimensions of the device. Today, since so much online activity is done on mobile phones, responsive design has become standard, and if you are in the market for a new website, you should expect it to be responsive. Having said this, there are still plenty of websites out there, that don’t work well on mobiles!
For example, when you type “removal company london” into Google, you are shown a long list of results. Typically, some of these entries will be highlighted as sponsored links (which means someone is paying to be displayed). Following that, you have the “natural listing”. In deciding which websites to show at the top of that list, Google uses complex algorithms. If you know what the algorithms are looking for, you can improve your website’s ranking in the list. In the simplest of terms, all pages should have meaningful titles, descriptions and content. But it is much more complex than that. In fact, it is so complex that there are actually companies offering services which are entirely dedicated to improving the SEO of websites. Having said that, most web developers will know basic SEO and may implement this as part of the development of your website.