At The Xcite Group, we use the WordPress Content Management System (CMS) platform as the foundation for all our website projects. WordPress began as a blogging platform, and has grown to become regarded as the most powerful and easiest CMS, allowing you to add, change, and manage your content. It is used by 31.% of the top 10 million websites as of April 2018 according to W3 Techs Web Technology Surveys. WordPress dominates Google’s SERP with 583,000,000 results.
When it comes to design, we typically believe in the adage “less is more.” We design each website – no matter how big or small — to convey even the most complex concepts with visual simplicity. We help our clients tap into their target audience by visually translating their ethos, products, and services into an elegant, highly functional design. We begin every project with a kickoff meeting, where we immerse ourselves into your business, understand your goals for the website, browse through examples of what you like and don’t like, and come up with a preliminary plan for how to design your website.
Our goal with every website is to exceed your expectations and to deliver a site that you can maintain all on your own going forward.
With The Xcite Group as your web development partner, you can rest assured that you’ll own a new website with cutting-edge design and functionality. You’ll be proud to show it off to prospective clients and will love how it performs as part of an Internet marketing campaign.
When we build a responsive site, we literally write code by using proportion-based grids, flexible images, and CSS media queries telling the site how to adapt at each possible screen size. So, as the browser window shrinks, so does the site, re-prioritizing the content, images, and pieces of the website as deemed by the client. Whereas a large, beautiful homepage image slider may be prominent on a desktop version of a website, it’s far less important on a mobile device. So, we may opt to remove the slider and move details more pertinent to a mobile user to the top of the screen.