All your basic ideas are in place. Now, it’s time for a website—and there’s just no substitute for seeing it “live.”
The measurement industry relies on high-quality inputs. And that means web technologies become more important each year.
But if you’ve ever had to delegate a website (or even just few web pages) to a developer, you know it’s not as easy as it should be.
The problem isn’t the technology.
The problem is the gap that persists between 1.) having an idea, and 2.) having a working website.
We’ve seen this at Center Point time and time again. Clients have a need for a clean, basic website—sometimes, even just temporarily—but various constraints prevent it:
- confidence: “Build a website? Who, me?”
- financial constraints: “Web Developers aren’t free, you know.”
- internal dynamics: “Our web team does that kind of stuff. Not us.”
- restrictions related to corporate policies or legal concerns
- the general feeling that setting up a website is just too much hassle
In any case, Center Point can help.
We’ve been down this path many times over the last decade. And sometimes, getting a new website in place really can be a challenge.
We have a long history of bringing client concepts to life via the web. We’ve used rapid, low-cost services like Weebly, Wix, and Squarespace for short-duration projects. We’ve also developed our own in-house capacity for WordPress design (and the Genesis platform) for the long haul.
We work with database vendors, online survey vendors, enterprise-grade file sharing services, video hosting companies, and group collaboration platforms like Basecamp, Trello, and Asana.
We’ve built 1-page sites, brochure-ware sites, and complex sites with dozens of pages and multiple sub-sections.
Whether you need a basic prototype design or a full-featured website, we can help get your ideas up and running right away.
Sometimes, a single tool is all that’s needed (WordPress comes to mind). Other times, a new site needs to integrate several different services yet still deliver a consistent user experience.
Usually, you’ll be looking at your new site in just a matter of days.
Not months. Not weeks. Days.
Contact us about your website project today.