Custom Website Development
Custom web design and development can be implemented when creating a website in a content management system such as Joomla or Wordpress... or can be hard-coded in a templated or non-templated static website.
Website development services for any size business. From small one page parallax designs that can be finished in a day, for small businesses. To large-scale, highly functional (front & back end), and meticulously designed sites for corporate clients. I've worked on about every fork of industry I can think of... and can adapt quickly to new ones. Clients also range from individuals to large corporations. Only modern techniques are used... no Flash, tables, or deprecated elements in my development process. All websites have a separate style sheet and sometimes functionality in order to perform just as well on mobile devices as they do on desktops. Most projects are database-driven, using the most popular, scalable, and modern content management systems... Joomla and WordPress.
Joomla & WordPress Development
There are several advantages to creating your site in a CMS like Joomla or WordPress. This gives you the benefit of being able to modify and add pages to your site without any programming or HTML knowledge. Otherwise, you might need to hire someone down the road to make minor alterations to images and text every time you want to change or add something to your web site. I'm also available, though, indefinitely to help you or make minor [no cost] edits myself if you happen to run into any issues.
The biggest advantage to these systems is cost and efficiency. If you need some complex functionality contained in your site like a social network or e-commerce store, for example, there are usually at least a few extensions available that have already been created. So instead of 're-inventing the wheel' and spending possibly 100's of hours and 10's of 1000's of dollars, customization of these available extensions costs a fraction of the price. There are thousands of extensions available including e-commerce, photo galleries, slideshows, user management, social media, client support, directory solutions, multimedia, real estate, and the list goes on...
Administrative User Interface (UI)
My belief is that on-site SEO (or Search Engine Optimization) is part of the development process. It's easily incorporated into your site during the initial build. Basic on-site SEO is not rocket science. When a website is created in a content management system, the client can learn how to implement page titles and meta tags by themselves after just a short explanation of the system.