Custom Website Design
CreatiVerve offers comprehensive website services, including custom web site design for both the
online (.COM) and mobile phone (.MOBI) formats. Client Satisfaction is our highest priority. This means not just
accomplishing the objectives our clients request, but advising and working with our clients to create a successful
--- A Successful Website ---
Without question the best way to draw visitors towards your service, product, business or you is by having a credible,
professionally designed website. Creating this website is not as easy as you may think. Ask any company with a
successful website and they will tell you that creating the website is not the last step, but in fact,
the first if success is your goal.
Whether you're a small or big business, whether you are seeking an informational based, e-commerce
or database solution, whether you like static HTML or Flash animation, whether you need subtle changes to your
existing website or a massive overhaul; our team of creative experts will meet your custom website design needs
under deadline, and in accordance with your wishes, so that you can achieve the goals you've set for your business.
- Interface Design
- Web Page Coding
- Flash Animation
- Mobile Phone Website
- Advanced Programming
- E-Commerce Solutions
- Database Design
- SSL Certificates
- HTM, HTML, XHTML
- PHP, SHTML
- HTM, HTML, XHTML
Web Site Extras:
- Web Form
- Password Protection
- Editable Pages
- Photo Gallery
- Tell a Friend
- Flash Presentation
- Web E-Mails
- Visitor Statistics
- Live Support Program
--- Contributors to the Success of Your Website ---
Child Proof Navigation
Keep it simple... the last thing you want to do is lose website visitors because the navigation of your web site is
confusing. It is very important to implement user-friendly features that help guide your potential clients through
From extensive keyword research and keyword-rich content development to other means of search engine optimization
(SEO), should be performed and created. By optimizing your website, you are increasing your rankings and chances
that major search engines pick up on your keywords.
Continual Website Optimization
It is the overwhelming opinion that once a website obtains a high ranking on the search engines it will stay there
forever. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Tracking must take place and any issues that come up must be refined.
Reports should be generated to show how your site is progressing. In addition, website usability analysis tests should
be utilized as a way to pinpoint and report drop-off areas, high and low traffic times, etc.
Information Rich Web Pages
Instead of doorway or lightweight pages with no content, today's web pages need to contain high quality information,
which is relevant to the target audience. The information rich page is 100% quality, put together with research,
relevance, thought and care.
If a web page is completely cross-browser compatible, it will look and function more or less the same in all of the
existing web browsers. (ex: Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, Mozilla FireFox, Safari, Opera, etc.) ...100%
compatibility with all potential browsers is close to impossible. But it is possible to design your website so it
will work in the most popularly used browsers.
If a web page is considered cross-platform compatible (aka: multi-platform compatible), it will look and work more or
less the same on all common platforms, or simply more than one (the obvious: PC & MAC, regardless of the operating
system) ...100% compatibility is close to impossible. But it is possible to design your website so it will work in
the most popularly used platforms.
Marketing is the Answer
The addition of your dotCom (ex: CV360.com) to your stationary and marketing materials is a key ingredient to driving
traffic to your website. The dotCom should be clear in all advertising (including: outgoing phone messages, radio &
television ads, billboard advertising, bench ads, magazine ads, clothing materials, etc.) ...marketing monies should
be spent to enhance the awareness of your dotCom in both local and national markets.
1. a connected group of pages on the World Wide Web regarded as a single entity, usually maintained by one
person or organization and devoted to one single topic or several closely related topics. 2. a set of interconnected
webpages, usually including a homepage, generally located on the same server, and prepared and maintained as
a collection of information.