When custom is not an option, either due to budget or time limitations, there is no need to count yourself out of a great website design. We can then use theme website designs as a starting point to enhancing your online presence. Think of these themes as a blueprint to the content and navigation structures of your website, but we can still integrate your brand into it by tweaking the color scheme, adding your logo, and eliminating any unnecessary options that most themes include.
Template website design, simple and easy. If all your business needs is a website that establishes your brand on the web and is a go to for customers to learn more about your company then a template website design is probably a solid solution.
What is a theme website design exactly? It is basically a pre-designed website that allows you to fill in content specific to your business.
However, when partnering with us, we want to make sure that your brand is represented well online; so we take things step further. We add your logo and are able to change color schemes or font styling to make your template website unique.
Theme websites are a great option for start-up businesses with limited capital, or even for established businesses that just need a place on the web where their customers can go and learn more.
With thousands of great themes to choose from, the investment in your website design could be reduced dramatically by going with a template design. Not only is the selection endless, there are some outstanding designs to choose from. The potential savings attained by finding a theme that fits your needs warrants the effort to at least look into it. In the end we may determine that a custom website design is best for your needs, but it's smart to rule out the theme option first.
Is a theme right for your website? Based on your business or organization's specific needs a pre-designed website may or may not be a viable option for your site. Here are some important questions to ask yourself before moving forward with a template website.
The important things to remember when looking for the right theme:
Once we have selected a theme that is going to get us 85% of the way through the design process, it's time to customize and make your own. During this process we are going to want to pay particular attention to:
Who you choose to design your theme website is more important than you might think. A few checklist items to help in your decision making process might include:
Look for a team that can balance creativity, functionality, usability, and search engine friendly elements, all while being budget conscious. Work with a dedicated account manager that will serve as your go-to person for questions, concerns, or new opportunities regarding your theme website design and Internet marketing. This account manager should work closely with you to learn as much about your business and operations as possible, so they can tailor solutions to fit your specific needs.