The intention of this content is simple: To help you make a more informed choice of which design agency you choose to work with by arming you with all the necessary information required.
If the case is that you are creating or managing your own web development project then what is contained herein should be all the more pertinent as you'll be armed with more than enough information to ask the right questions of your chosen design agency.
There's lots of tech talk out there about websites and much of it you'll already be familiar with such as "SEO" or Search Engine optimisation, Keywords and perhaps even UI (User Interface) and UX (User Experience). However, the problem(s) arise when you make changes to one element with no consideration of all the other associated elements. Or when you focus on say keywords while ignoring other elements such as content or header tags (don’t worry if you don’t know what these are, I’ll cover them in detail later).
This issue is compounded now by the fact that most websites either have to be mobile friendly or have a mobile application version of their website.
The content you find here is derived from documents created over a career that spans over 20 years and compiled here for ease of use and to also serve as a reference for anyone thinking of designing a website or reviewing their existing website.
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