Your web image counts. Good website converts into figures. Your company has just split seconds to affect visitors and make them stay longer on your site. If your site is not captivating, well-organized and user-friendly, it will be a click off to another site. Second-rate web design may cost you losing clients. A winning web page is one which is designed by a professional. It is only professionals that know precisely how to interpret what you want your site to communicate and convey it in a visually striking form. A successful website is like a great shop-window as it can mean all the difference between an accidental surfer and a determined client. Professional web page attracts people to visit your site. And once they get there, it inspires them to stop and take action.
Our focus is to build websites that work hard for your business. Promote it, improve your brand visibility on the Internet, generate most traffic for your site, cut the costs of providing services to your clients. After all websites are about bringing higher Return on Investment.
We have the skills, technology, talent, and experience to produce killer sites. We measure our designer success against the results we bring and how they empower our clients’ businesses. Take a look at our web design Portfolio. Have you seen anything like that?
Why Choose Rockland USA?!
- To knock people out with spectacular first impression.
- To grab & hold visitors’ attention.
- To take your existing site from boring to extraordinary.
- To boost user’s experience with your web site.
- To present your company, its message & offer more effectively.
- To make sales happen.
- To have clients coming back.
We can offer you successful web design and development featuring:
- Fully Search Engine Optimized websites that work good with search engines
- Dynamic, SEO-ready, multilingual Content Management System
- Tested for top quality & performance by our Quality Assurance Laboratory
- 100% user-friendly: simple to navigate, view and read; relevant, to the point
- Custom, consistent & cost-effective design
- Highly functional layout
- Built using proven Microsoft technologies
- Quick downloading times
- Compatible with multiple browsers
- Catchy & eye-pleasing visual appeal
- Interactive online applications incorporated
GOOD VS BAD WEB DESIGN:
WHAT IS A GOOD WEBSITE?
So what makes for a good design versus a bad design? The following points will help to make the difference clear:
|Features:||Good Design||Bad Design|
|Site Entrance||A simple homepage that is easy to enter.||Anything, including flash pages and other portal pages that must first be clicked on to enter your site.|
|Organization and Navigation||A well-organized site structure that is easy to understand and navigate through.||A confusing site structure, navigation that is difficult to understand and use, and dead links.|
|Purpose and Intent||A clear explanation on the home page detailing what your site is about and what visitors can do on and get from your site. A ‘mission statement’ on your home page can help to achieve this, as can appropriately constructed title tags and page descriptions. This must also include information on the homepage detailing what can be found on other pages in your site.||No clear message on the homepage allowing visitors to immediately know what your site is about, what can be found on your other pages and how they can find the information they need. If they must read through several pages just to find out what your site is about, you will most likely lose them.|
|Content||Lots of valuable, relevant content that provides your visitors with exactly what they’re looking for. Content must be easy to read and interesting.||Bad content that is difficult to understand or read, irrelevant, or doesn’t provide visitors with what they want. Pages that have been stuffed with keywords, thus making them unreadable, will drive visitors away.|
|Text||Easy-to-read text is text that is of a large enough size, that is a color which contrasts with the background, and that is an appropriate style of font. A bold font or different color can be used to highlight important text.||Hard-to-read text is text that is too small or text that is a color which does not contrast with the background or is set against a busy background. Also, different fonts can prove hard to read.|
|Download Times||Fast-loading pages are essential and can be ensured with proper use of or limited use of images, flash and other graphics. Large or multiple images should be given their own page with an appropriate page name and description so that visitors understand the potential for slow downloads.||Slow-loading pages which can force visitors to go elsewhere. Using flash, too many or too large images or other graphics can slow download times. Avoid the use of plug-ins that visitors must download in order to view a page.|