Web Development

Corporate Identity

The first image offered to your customers and online visitors is the key to create a long term, successful business. The visual identity stands for the values and ambitions of an organization and its business.

There are some important issues to be considered when discussing the role of the corporate visual identity:

  • a corporate visual identity builds an organization persona, contributing to its image and reputation; to stand out from its competitors, your business needs to have a good brand image
  • a corporate visual identity provides an organization with visibility; is of vital importance that customers know that your organization exists and remember its name and business
  • a corporate visual identity improves the consumer loyalty; a design consistent with your business objectives, goals, and mission will create a strong and positive impact on customers

Webris will help you to present your customers a unique, easily recognizable, trustful image of your business.

From logo design to marketing and print materials, you will impress your potential partners and customers.

We can assist you with design and printing solutions for:

  • logo, slogan, color schemes
  • business cards
  • letterheads, envelopes
  • brochures and product catalogs
  • banners and promotional items

Let Webris help you to express your business personality.

Dynamic Websites

Probably the most common approaches to dynamic websites are the web Content Management Systems (CMS).

A web CMS is, according to Wikipedia, a bundled or stand-alone application to create, manage, store and deploy content on Web pages. Web content includes text and embedded graphics, photos, video, audio, and code (e.g., for applications) that displays content or interacts with the user. A web CMS may catalog and index content, select or assemble content at runtime, or deliver content to specific visitors in a requested way, such as other languages. Web CMSs usually allow client control over HTML-based content, files, documents, and web hosting plans based on the system depth and the niche it serves.

If you have decided your site will be updated on regular basis, there are several options for you to get your site done.

1. Develop an in-house application

This may often sound as a good and quick solution, but remember you need a lot of resources to develop a dynamic website:

  • at least one web developer, familiar with HTML, web scripting and databases
  • an online web designer (do not make the mistake to think that an offline designer can handle the layout of a website!)
  • a system administrator to handle server software installation and security issues

If you do not have these skills in your company, the in-house development may turn into a never-ending, time and money consuming project.

Please keep in mind that the website development is not a trivial task and most of the web systems have been developed and improved over the years.

2. Install an pre-built open source CMS

This may be a very good solution, as there are a lot of advantages on using off the shelf CMS:

  • requirements: if the CMS covers at least 80% of your requirements, then go for the pre-built CMS; please remember that to change an existing solution that does not fits your needs can be much more expensive than developing it from the scratch or outsourcing
  • budget: developing a custom CMS is an expensive task, choosing a CMS that fits your needs may significantly reduce the costs of website
  • time frame: you can considerably shorten the development of your website by using a pre-designed & tested system

It is always important to understand that creating and publishing the dynamic website is not the end of the project, but just the beginning: you need to have a skilled person who can take care of the site and update the content.

If you do not have the team to support the installation, templating and administration of the pre-built CMS, then you should outsource your project.

3. Outsourcing

Outsourcing is the preferred approach by most commercial organizations. Webris can get off your head the project management, requirements, team recruiting, web development, hosting and website publishing.

Every step of the project, from refining requirements and choosing the right CMS for you up to delivering the functional website and taking care of the content can be handled by professionals.

Brochure Websites

If you do not have a lot of information to update frequently, a brochure website (also known as static website) is the choice you need for your business. 

This solution is a great way to present your business and provide important information to prospective customers. A brochure website is often a digital version of what you usually use handover to the customers to promote your business.

The brochure website is often referred as online catalog - you can show anyone who searches for and finds your website, photos and descriptions of your products or services. This is not an e-commerce website, as there  are a lot of business offering products or services that are not sellable over the Internet (hair-stylist, dentist, or day-care center).

Your brochure website must incorporate your corporate identity: logo, slogan and all other elements that are a uniquely identifying your organization. There are a few pages that are always present, in various forms:

  • home page - the front page of your website, what the guests first see when entering your website
  • services/products - the description of the services/products your company is offering
  • contact - one of the most important part of a website, presents the visitors all required contact details: address, phone, fax, contact form

Apart from integrating the visual identity of your business, the website must take into account the usability issue. You should keep in mind that users are impatient and want to quickly locate the information.

The menus and links should be consistent and completed with a site map so both users and search robots can find and index the information. Using breadcrumbs and back links will help user to know at all times where he is on the website.There is not a complete list of usability features, but keep in mind that the website must be designed to help the user find out more about your business.

In simple terms, good usability can mean the difference between one website's success and the failure of another.

Web Design and Development

We provide the fast-growing businesses with world-wide available, integrated IT services resulting in increasingly-efficient and less-expensive, highly competitive open systems.

Webris is offering the full range of web services:

  • web design: corporate websites, brochures/catalog corporate websites
  • web development: content management systems, blog and e-commerce systems, integrated solutions
  • visual indentity: graphic design and corporate identity, print materials
  • integration services: API integration, GIS solutions
  • metrics analysis: websites performance tracking and analysis
  • search engine optimization
  • usability tests


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