A full website redesign refers to the complete overhaul in code and presentation of a website. To put it in other terms, think of your website as a house that is being torn down to build a new one in its place
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The choice of domain name depends on how you plan to use it. In most cases, it makes sense to choose one that is easy to pronounce and spell if you will be telling people about it over the phone. Above all, you should choose a name that is memorable and not confusing.
The time it takes to build a site depends on the complexity of the site. If you have a deadline, we will work hard to meet it. The most common cause of delay is the content (text/images) from the client.
Most of the time, a meeting isn’t necessary and the work is completed with only discussions over phone and email. We upload our work to private websites that only clients can access. We then work with you to discuss the site and review changes. The site isn’t made available to the public until it looks and works exactly as you wish.
The cost of a website varies depends on its complexity. We are happy to discuss your requirements and provide a quote at any ti
We fully support any website we design and are always available should you encounter any problems or require new enhancements. GalaxyVisions also offers website hosting and maintenance.
All our websites are created with search engines in mind, and all designs are compliant with search engine guidelines. It is a good idea for your website to be re-evaluated from time to time as search engines do alter their rules and algorithms. This will ensure that your site is up to date and compliant with new rules.
- Enhance promotion of ACC Areas of study, programs, and services.
- Clear the clutter and improve navigation and functionality for all.
- Create a modern, cohesive design consistent with the ACC brand.
- Provide easy-to-understand content that is credible, targeted, and timely.
- Be 100% mobile-friendly and ADA compliant.
- Integrate with Guided Pathways and new IT systems.
- Optimize content to improve search functionality.
- Establish clear guidelines and resources to assist departments with content management and design.
No. It’s the first of four phases that include making ongoing improvements, redesigning “Business and Community,” adding a new interactive ACC Newsroom, and assisting with departmental and office sites.