When you want something beautiful, as well as functional, see webThemes. We will provide you with a website design which speaks to the human as well as to Google.
WebThemes is a Sydney business with experience in website design and web development. We also provide services in search engine optimisation (SEO). Being a web design company of note, we offer you qualified, creative and original web based solutions which will deliver exposure and sales for your business.
Some of what we do:
Your website announces that you’re here, open for business.
What I do
It tells your website visitors what you do – about your products and services
I do it like this
Your web design explains how you do your work and about the quality of what you do
A professional website explains the benefits of what you deliver
Your website should educate people about your industry
You are getting your message out 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Your website has local, Australian and global audiences
Learn about your customers
Software can help you to better understand your website visitors
Do you want flexible? webThemes offers client satisfaction first, and chases profits second. Try us out.
Value for money is what this Sydney website designer will deliver. Contact us for sample prices.
We believe that being down to earth is a must when carrying out web development. We offer honesty and integrity.
To find a good web designer nowadays in Sydney, is akin to finding a needle in a haystack. The first thing you have to insure is whether they know what they are doing. It is a matter of choosing the right person, although you don’t know them personally. In short it could be a hit and miss or a trial and error method. Trevor is not one of them; the first thing he does is explain to the client the basic rudiments of the website, how it works, how it will look like and other important aspects of the website. Manuel Rivera
Trevor of Webthemes is excellent at creating a website which is good to look at and is well laid out. He wrote the copy for me and his English is first grade. He allowed me to make many minor changes within the set price and explained what he did in relation to Google searching. Theresa Nguyen
Do you need a website?About 45 per cent of small businesses don’t want a website. Even so, customers are still going online to look for businesses like yours. Freelancers, retailers, consultants, tradies – in fact, just about any company – can use a website to be more easily found when a customer or client is looking for their service.
SEOCustomers value search tools like Google above all else when looking for a product or service. Small businesses may be at risk of missing the chance to be found.
Meeting expectationsYour customers are making informed choices, with plenty of research, word of mouth and exploring online. They’ve looked at your website, read online reviews, followed your social media accounts, and maybe even got in touch directly. They’re pretty sure they know what to expect from you.
What is the process of creating a website?
The steps in designing a website are: . Web developer determines the objective and scope of the site . Produce an outline of the site content . Start SEO by doing keyword analysis . Design the website . Produce content (using keywords) and obtain images and other media . Develop the site and load content . Test the site (loading time, linkages, content flow, etc) . Finish SEO activity . Go live
How long will it take to build a website?
It takes 3-4 weeks depending on the website content. That duration assumes the client is available for consultation and supply of information. In fact a 3 page static site can be done in a week.
Who will provide the content?
It is ultimately the responsibility of the client to provide content - images and text. However, webThemes will assist with creating content and will factor the cost of this into the quote. We will turn text into good copy.
What is a responsive website?
Responsive means that a website looks good on all device sizes: mobile, tablet, laptop and desktop. 60-70% of Google searches take place on the mobile - which means of course that your site must especially be rendered properly on that device. Responsiveness means that there are differences in the way a site looks between platforms.