In their formative stages, websites provided a limited, often internal, online information-exchange service. This took the form of governmental, educational, and research facilities hosting basic, text-only sites which allowed staff to easily access information online. From the late 1990s, the world wide web became popularly accessible, with the majority of the developed world now having access to the internet, either via personal computers, tablets or smartphones. We will outline some of the basic types of the website next.
The Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis recognise the need for aesthetically appealing, user-friendly websites. In order to achieve this end output, there must be a firm foundation; a sophisticated design strategy. We strive to produce websites which contain both a visually pleasing experience, with a strong focus on practicality, ie. Designing the site around the needs of the user. At consultation stage, and throughout, we will work alongside you to identify and focus upon your target market. Given our significant experience in this industry, we can quickly ascertain the target user, their needs and goals, and work with you to produce a website which provides a smooth and professional experience.
Please see examples completed project for examples by clicking here.
This technology is managed by Mr David Hardy.