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How website design works ?

Website design and development has many legs and all the legs have to be strong to have a successful website that attracts and engages with customers.

Website design

The design has to be simple, clean and easy to use.

Content

Content is crucial. It should be informative and engaging.

Speed

Should be quick to load.

Mobile-Friendly

As we all use mobile phones more the website must be responsive and work on all screen sizes.

SEO

On-page and off-page SEO must be strong.

Here on our blog page, we talk about websites and how they help businesses. Please feel free to read through our blogs.
How We Helped Our Client save time and money
Bringing Ideas to Life

Have you ever had an idea for an app, software or even a website that could make lots of money? Or maybe an idea that could help lots of people but didn't know whom to go and whom to trust with your ideas. End of the day it's your idea your vision and you don't want anyone else stealing it. You probably have lot's of questions like how much will it cost, how long will it take, what is required to make your vision come to life ...

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How We Helped Our Client save time and money
How We Helped Our Client Save Time and Money

We have been contacted by a lift installation company stressing that they had 90 subcontractors and was struggling to keep a track of locating their engineers and the hours of work they were putting in. They had more than 10 active sites and sometimes engineers will go to different sites. Most sites were construction sites and which meant in most cases there was no internet or even ...

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How to grow your business with WebApplications
How to grow your business with WebApplications

There are so many little tasks that we all have to do every day which makes the day feel busy and gives us that sensation of being useful, but in reality, that's not being productive. Imagine having time to find new customers, implement new strategies and making decisions that make a real difference....

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Progressive Web Apps
Progressive Web Apps (PWA)

There may be a time where you may have had to make a decision between having a native mobile application or a responsive web application. You might find that the native mobile app has a few nice extra features that your responsive website doesn't provide. For example, sending a notification to a user or work offline while there is no internet. But is it worth spending thousands of hard earned cash just to have these few extra features? And don't forget this cost will easily double or triple if you had to have your app work on an Apple device, Android device and also a Windows device...

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Web Design
Web Design

Designing a fresh simple website is no easy task. There are a lot of factors to take into account. Images need to be high quality and clean, must be user-friendly, design of the menu needs to be clean, the logo needs to stand out, must be rich in content and we must not forget speed.The website needs to load fast. All websites must be responsive. We spend much more time on mobile devices than computers these days. At webApps4u we start to design for mobile devices first then move on to desktop screens...

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Advantages Of Custom Web Applications
Advantages Of Custom Web Applications

Custom app development wins the battle with ready-made solutions for a simple reason – when you create a custom app, you become its owner. Off the shelf solution never gives you all reins and the same level of control as the custom software does. The bespoke app is capable of evolving alongside your business and can scale accordingly to the growing business requirements. Purchasing a custom app means that a business is investing in itself.

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How We Helped Our Client Save Time and Money

How We Helped Our Client Save Time and Money

How We Helped Our Client Save Time and Money

We have been contacted by a lift installation company stressing that they had 90 subcontractors and was struggling to keep a track of locating their engineers and the hours of work they were putting in. They had more than 10 active sites and sometimes engineers will go to different sites. Most sites were construction sites and which meant in most cases there was no internet or even electric. Furthermore, some engineers had agreed on a set price for the installation and will invoice for % of the job and some engineers get paid by the hour which they will complete a timesheet explaining which sites they have visited, time of arrival and finish time. All of this generated a lot of emails and ...

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