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Ben Smith Design & Marketing Agency
Web design usually involves many varied disciplines and skills in the maintenance and production of websites. The different parts that encompass web designing include interface design, graphic design, authoring which includes proprietary software and standardised code, search engine optimisation and user experience design. Although some designers may specialise in all the aspects of web design, most designers usually work in groups each tackling a different aspect of the process. The term web design is mostly used to refer to the design process involving the front-end design of a site that includes writing mark up too. In the wider scope of website development, Web design is partially complex more than web engineering. This is because web designers are expected to have the technical Know-How in usability and to be at par with the current website accessibility guidelines if their work involves creating mark up too.
A spokesperson at Ben Smith Design & Marketing explained, “We are web designers and marketing experts covering Bristol, Portishead, Westbury on Trym, Clifton, Clevedon, Taunton, Bridgwater, Exeter, Weston Super Mare and Somerset who help generate sales and leads with optimised website designs and search engine friendly websites. We are straight talking, and we know how to deliver results fast. Our ideas and suggestions have helped businesses become more efficient and profitable – just see for yourself”.
It’s quite hard to sum up, what Ben Smith Design & Marketing is in just a few words. We work closely with our clients to deliver the right solution, at the right price, and we can be relied upon to engage in open and honest communication. Above all, we are committed to ensuring our clients obtain the highest possible standards of service and quality of a product.
98 Stoke Lane,
Westbury on Trym, Bristol
BS9 3SP, UK
Phone: 0117 3251144
E-Mail: info@ben-smith ...
News Release: Ben Smith Design & Marketing Agency
Submitted on: January 10, 2017 10:35:45 AM
Submitted by: masgale
On behalf of: www.ben-smith.net/