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Choc Chip awarded – Elite 500 David Dugan Award

Recently Choc Chip Digital was awarded the Elite 500 David Gugan award for it’s recent efforts in the 10 X 10 challenge. This award highlights Choc Chips fantastic work in business best practices and entrepreneurial work within the local community. We are excited about the future of Choc Chip Digital and have our eyes set on […]

7 Steps To Effective Landing Page Design

If you have been online for long, you are likely familiar with “landing pages”. A landing page is a web page that prompts a visitor to take a single specific action.  Such as subscribing to a newsletter, or signing up for a webinar. In this article, we’ll discuss how to make sure that more visitors take action […]

Website Design For Professional Services

If you are a professional working independently or running a business, a good quality website is important in getting new clients. Many people, particularly the young, go straight to Google as soon as they need a lawyer, accountant or any other service. The peak of the phonebook has long since passed. Here are some ideas on website design for professional services.

Website Design For Start-Ups

A strong web presence is important for any start-up that wants to expand quickly. The fastest way to disseminate information is through the internet. If you want your company to be innovative and grow fast, having a cutting edge website is an important starting point. Here are some tips on website design dor start-ups.

Website Design For Small Businesses

For a long time, small businesses could hold out on getting a webpage. Now, small business who either lack a webpage or have an outdated page are missing out on potential customers . In a lot of situations, it could be costing the business a lot more in lost sales than the cost of either constructing or maintaining a modern page. Here are some simple tips to consider to make sure that your webpage is effective in representing your business and bringing in more clients. Of course, the exact needs of a business will differ, but these general ideas can help with website design for small businesses.

Website Design For Life Coaches

A life coach needs a top-of-the-line website to help sell their brand and their services. In such a cutthroat industry, both image and substance are particularly important to attracting and keeping clients. Self-promotion is an essential aspect, so content needs to be added continually to the website to connect with clients. Website design for life coaches can be a confusing process, so here are some tips to optimise it.

Website Design For Software Companies

There is a large variance in website design choices for software companies and it all depends on the type of software as well as the market. If the company is a software giant, their website needs will obviously be different to a start-up or a niche software company. Likewise if the focus is on business-to-business or business to customer sales. Software as a service will also have divergent needs to software as a product. Here are some general ideas to consider in website design for software companies.

Website Design For Building and Construction

It is a simple fact of 2016 that businesses in almost every industry need a website to be able to market themselves effectively, find a wider client base and increase their revenue. The building and construction industry is no different. Many people, particularly the young, will consult Google when they have a problem or need something.

Online Store Website Design

When you’re an online web store, your website design must make it easy for customers to do business with you. There are already challenges to shopping online, such as not being able to see a product in person. So, for those who dare to buy things on the web, they want an experience that’s worth it.

Website Design for Recruitment and Employment Agencies

Recruitment and employment agencies have specific needs when it comes to web design. These types of companies seek out two specific kinds of visitors, job seekers and businesses hiring workers, which means that their websites should be designed by someone experienced in addressing these visitors.

From the moment these two potential customers visit your recruitment and employment agency’s website, they must be able to easily find out how they’re needs will be met in terms of finding a job or filling one.