Columbus Web Design Company
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Whether you are a start-up business or a large corporation you will find that the web is overflowing with designers, but finding a firm that creates quality websites is a whole different matter. At DotCom Web Design, our in-house team of specialists is passionate about the work we do, and proud of the finished products.
DotComWebDesign firmly believes in the concept of: partners, not vendors. Our web design agency believes that true success is achieved – when a web design agency treats its clients as a partner. Many of our clients have worked with us, for years and years. We look at them, like family. This philosophy, is why we consistently deliver results for our clients. We take a vested interest in their success. We treat their success – as our success. It’s the #1 difference between us, and other web design firms in Columbus.
This philosophy, is why we try harder – at every single step. Disappointing you, would be like disappointing a family member. It’s something we consider unacceptable. This philosophy is what we stress on our team members.
Why our Company is Successful
At DotCom Web Design we believe that the game plan determines the outcome. We spend time on research. We examine our clients, the products and services they offer and the positions of their competitors.
The Design Process
Our team of specialists begins each project with a growth phase. Company representatives are interviewed and asked to discuss the firm’s primary goals. Next, our team will conduct research, determine the needs of your company, and examine your competitors.
The Planning Phase
During the planning period, DotCom Web Design chooses design concepts and pinpoints the characteristics that will make your company successful. We consider all the various advertising mediums, such as social media, baseline SEO rankings, and more.
In the course of the development phase, DotComWebDesign specialists create a full-size design model and present it to you. This mock-up can be used for demonstrations, for instruction, or evaluation. The prototype highlights the functionality of the system and enables testing of the design. Mock-ups are used by our designers mainly to acquire feedback from users.