South Wales Web Design Agency
Creative brand designs for small businesses
OLSO Marketing is a South Wales web design agency, specialising in bespoke website design and development for small businesses. We’ve made it our purpose to create exciting web experiences that project a brand and their message. Our process guarantees design satisfaction that has allowed us to boast a 5-star reputation.
Our team is established and experienced in web design which makes us well prepared to take your business concept from initial idea to reality.
Why Choose Us?
Bespoke Website Designs In South Wales
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As part of our web design packages, we build your website already optimised for SEO. This will include headings and META data that will allow you to rank for certain keywords. If you want to target something else, we can look at a specific SEO package to suit your needs.
We have seen a huge rise in online sales in recent years so what could be better than joining in on the revolution. We design e-commerce websites in South Wales for small and medium-sized businesses. Don’t get left behind.
Although all website designs go through the same process, they all end up looking very different. Our South Wales based web developers will work side by side to ensure that your ideas comes to life and your site has a unique and bespoke design.
Between 70-80% of website traffic comes from a mobile device so all of our web design projects work perfectly on mobile and tablets. Ensuring excellent mobile capability will also benefit any future SEO work that you decide on.
Our South Wales web designers can implement animation on to specific elements of your website in order to deliver specific messages. By animating your web pages, you will be able to better engage with website visitors.
OLSO Marketing takes considerable steps to ensure that your website, data, and information is kept safe. We do this by limiting the use of third-party software and using SSL certificates on every project.
All of our new website designs will feature links to your social media pages. Our social media integration tools will allow you to gain followers and showcase some of your latest work with live feeds on your website.
Speed is everything this day and age, so we develop our websites without the use of excessive coding or elements. This ensures your site loads as quick as possible, improving the experience of your visitors.
Since the new General Data Protection Regulations some years ago, we are seeing a lot of businesses out there who are not compliant. Our team will perform a GDPR review before publishing your site.
How Our Web Design Process Works
STEP 1 - TOUCH BASE
Once you make an enquiry for our web design services in South Wales you will be contacted by a member of our team who will go through some of the basic questions in order for us to understand whether we would be a good fit for your requirements. We will then organise a good time for us to have a zoom call so we can go through our web design questionnaire.
STEP 2 - DESIGN
Referring to your requirements, the design of the website is created on our online platform by one of our experienced web designers. We will share a link with you so you can see our progress every step of the way and provide feedback on different aspects. Our web developers will be keeping a close eye on factors such as the organisations brand and target audience to make sure that it serves its purpose.
STEP 3 - LAUNCH
The final stage of our web design process requires us to test everything on your website, including the meta data, internal links, and contact forms. Only when we are 100% happy that your new website functions perfectly will we send you the final design. We then ask you to complete your own checks and ensure you are completely satisfied. Once you give us confirmation, we will launch your website on either your current domain or a brand-new domain of your choice.
10 Signs You Need A New Website
A successful website is determined by more than just a fancy logo and sleek appearance. Yes, you want your site to look good, but you want it to be easy to navigate and deliver results.
You might be content with your current website, so we have put together a list of 10 signs you need a new website.
NOT MOBILE FRIENDLY
Here’s a fun fact for you; of all the internet users, 80% of them own a smartphone, so there is no surprise that there’s been a dramatic rise in mobile search traffic in recent years. If your website is not mobile friendly, then you are missing out on a huge segment of your target audience.
DOESN'T LOOK GOOD
A website that doesn’t look good can make your business look unprofessional and out of touch with buyers and may cause visitors to abandon your page. From a recent study we have learnt that 48% of people chose a website’s design as the top factor of credibility of a business.
SPEED IS SLOW
The most recent analytics show that 40% of internet users will leave a website if it takes longer than 2 seconds to load. If you are working with a slow website, then the chances of retaining your visitors is very low.
LOW CONVERSION RATE
If your website is getting a lot of traffic but your enquiry level remains low, something is wrong. This could be down to any number of factors, including the customer journey, poor formatting, or even hard-to-read enquiry forms.
Has your company gone through some rebranding in recent years? If your website has been re-designed to match this then you could be confusing new potential customers. Strong branding makes all the difference in converting customers and improving trust of a brand.
OUTGROWN YOUR SITE
HIf your business has expanded a product range or a wider variety of services, then you will want to reflect that on your website. By missing out some of these important new changes, you could be reducing your bottom line.
By not having an up to date SSL certificate you are showing search engines and visitors that your website is not secure. 84% of people say that they would not proceed with a purchase or an enquiry form if they can see that the website that they’re on is not secure.
Consumers can pick up on slight differences, such as fonts and colours. By not showing consistency across your website visitors may not see your company in the professional light that you might want. Ensure that your website is consistent throughout.
DIFFICULT TO UPDATE
You should always be able to easily update the content on your website and keep the information relevant. If updating your site becomes a complicated and lengthy process, then your time is being wasted where it could be put to better use.
INDUSTRY HAS EVOLVED
If your competitors are outranking and outselling you, then something isn’t right. With our ever-changing world comes those who move with the times and those who stand still. Make sure that your website is up to date, relevant and gets a big revamp every few years.