Professional and Affordable Web Design
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We aim to deliver a high level of professional service to our clients. Our service begins from your first contact with us and our support continues after your project is completed.
We believe in a transparent development process. The final product of a web development must match a client's needs exactly; therefore we carefully collect your requirements for each stage of the development, from initial design to final programming.
You decide how your website will appear
Our design team will produce mock-ups of artwork for your website; these will show how your website will appear. We don't simply ask for ideas - we will discuss colour schemes, brand positioning, logo design, navigation, the demography of your target audience - and we will show you a wide range of possible solutions.
When your complete requirements are mapped, we will begin design work. The design stage is only deemed complete when you are completely happy. In essence, you are using our artistic ability and knowledge of efficient computer interfaces to put your design into reality.
You control how the website will function
The appearance is only a part of the web design and development process. To ensure that the website will function exactly as you require, we will provide you with a document in plain English that explains the planned functionality of the website in detail. This document will detail each page of your website, its navigation, content, and any additional features it contains; such as e-commerce, regional maps, chat applets or banners.
If you experience problems, we will refund the development cost
Our development teams have been carefully selected to help Mutiny Design deliver top-class web developments, on time and within your budget. Our ethos is to surpass your expectations.
As proof of our complete trust in our development team, we guarantee that if we cannot rectify any issues with your development in a reasonable time then we will issue a full refund of any payments made.
This guarantee, together with our price promise, makes our service difficult to beat.
How we differ from other web development agencies
Businesses throughout the world continue to suffer from poor relationships with web development companies due to the lack of regulation within our industry. The effects of this can vary, ranging from a project being delayed to a complete site being delivered that does not match a client's requirements, or is not flexible enough to grow with a client's needs. The worst case can be the total loss of a client's investment.
A lesser but more frequent problem is that, with the cost of programming being at an all-time high, some web design companies have chosen to outsource their programming tasks. This is in no way an inferior solution to development as outsourced programmers can produce results as good as any in-house team. The problem is that if a web developer outsources their programming work; it can indicate that the developer has poor technical understanding, resulting in poor support and the inability to change your site in the future. This is not in your best interests.
We believe it is vital to deliver a product that we can stand behind and support fully. All developments are built in-house by our experienced programming teams, allowing easy expansion and complete support.
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