Create Your Dream Website

Step 1 – Tell us about your dream website

Fill in our enquiry form, give us a call or send an email. We will usually contact you within 24 hours and arrange a free, non-obligation meeting in person or phone.

Step 2 – We create your design

We ask that you provide company logos, colours and pictures. If you do not have some or all of these, we can create them for you. We understand that the look of your website is extremely important, so we take the time to get it right. If you are not happy with the designs, we start again and create more designs until we find one that you like.

Step 3 – Code/build your dream website

We involve you at key steps along the way to make sure that you are happy with the direction your website is heading. At this step we ask for you to provide us with text for the website. No one knows your business like you do, but if you need assistance with text we can provide it for you.

Step 4 – Revisions and finishing touches

Once we have finished development, we put your website on our staging server where you are able to look at it and show it to family, friends and colleagues before the website goes “live” – for all to see.

Step 5 – Your website goes “live”

Once you are completely satisfied we make your website live. Ultimately, our goal is for you to love your website! At this step we also submit your website to major search engines.

Published by Mitch Fraser

Mitch Fraser is currently the director of two successful Australian companies that provide time and money saving solutions for their customers: Tomorrow Finance and Drawstring. At Tomorrow Finance, Mitch helps people find the cheapest home loan products to bring Tomorrow's dream into today; while at his web development company, Drawstring, Mitch focuses on the outcomes for his clients by taking the time to understand each client's business and unique situation while maximising their return on investment. Mitch obtained his Bachelor of Science in Computing Science and Diploma in Information Technology and Professional practice with first class honours, from The University of Technology, Sydney, in 2005.

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