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All my websites are responsiveadjusts to different screen resolutions.

When I build a website, whether it is a static websiteContains fixed content and is coded in HTML & displays the same information to every visitor built with html5 and css3 or a fully fledged content management systemenables the creation, editing and deleting of content on a website by multiple people with little or no coding knowledge at various permissions levels e.g. editor, admin, subscriber etc. such as WordPress, it is ALWAYS responsiveadjusts to different screen resolutions. I do not charge extra for that… responsiveadjusts to different screen resolutions is my ‘norm’.

The Process

I truly understand that the process of your own business website creation can be a daunting experience so I have provided a bit of insight into the process.

I hope you find it helpful in understanding what to expect.Please feel free to contact me if there is anything at all you need to know. I want your experience with Yowie Websites to be as stress-free as possible.

Research Phase

I will discuss your website project with you and clarify your expectations as well as any website project requirements.
This phase is all about learning exactly what is needed for you, your business and your clients.

Design Phase

Depending on the size of the project, I will produce a mock up of your new site for you to view, suggest changes or approve.
This process may take place several times until we arrive at a version which you wish to keep.

Development Phase

The development phase involves writing the code, creating the functionality, in other words the development of a working site which mirrors the mock up created in the design phase of the website project.

Testing Phase

Once you have decided you are happy with your new business website I will commence the testing phase which involves the site being put into my live development area and I will send you login details to access your working site to give it a test drive and check that you are happy with the functionality e.g the navigation, contact forms, gallery etc.


Once it is approved I will set a time to go live and launch your site.
A period of one month from the official launch is given in which time I will make minor changes free of charge e.g. changing text, an extra image or two (supplied by you, the client)
After this time period, all expenses for all changes become the responsibility of the client.

So now what?

So, who is going to look after your website now? Update, check security etc.
I wonder if you have given this question any thought.
Many of my clients opt to sign up with one of my Website Care Plans and have me do it for them.
Perhaps that is something you might be interested in…