Buker Web Tec

Buker Web Tec

Buker Web Tec locationDewsbury, Kirklees, West Yorkshire

(5 Reviews)

Our Services

Exceptional creativity mixed with vision, marketing, and cutting edge technology is what we pour behind the Buker Web tec. Then, we add a flame to fashion an exciting, eye-catching final product that makes the competitors wish they had what you’re having.

What We Do Best

Branding is a set of marketing and communication methods that help to distinguish a company or products from competitors, aiming to create a lasting impression in the minds of customers. … In accounting, a brand defined as an intangible asset is often the most valuable asset on a corporation’s balance sheet.

Web Design
Web design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites. The different areas of web design include web graphic design; interface design; authoring, including standardized code and proprietary software; user experience design; and search engine optimization.

Search Engine Optimization
SEO is a marketing discipline focused on growing visibility in organic (non-paid) search engine results. SEO encompasses both the technical and creative elements required to improve rankings, drive traffic, and increase awareness in search engines. SEO isn’t just about building search engine-friendly websites. It’s about making your site better for people too. we believe these principles go hand-in-hand.

Content Strategy
Content Strategy Basics. Content strategy focuses on the planning, creation, delivery, and governance of content. … Ensuring that you have useful and usable content, that is well structured, and easily found is vital to improving the user experience of a website.

Information Architecture
Website architecture refers to the way we structure a website to ensure we meet our business goals while delivering a great experience for our users. … All websites have an IA but the overall picture of a website’s architecture also includes usability. interaction design. user interface design

Business Consulting
We think it’s simply doing what is required in the short-term on your website, but also help you see into the future more clearly.

Website consulting means talking, diagnosing, planning, and sometimes even helping you fix stuff. Thanks to technology, it can be carried out in person or remotely. Most of ours is done remotely thanks to virtual meeting software and project management tools.

  • 13 minutes average response time
Buker Web Tec Reviews

Buker Web Tec Reviews

Review of Buker Web Tec by Hasan Çiçekle
5 01/02/2019 Hasan Çiçekle

Great service provided by Buker Web Tec. Very fast response we ara very happy with our new website!

Thank You so much

Review of Buker Web Tec by Veysel Çiçekli
5 01/02/2019 Veysel Çiçekli

We are very happy with the website revamp carried out by Buker Web Tec team.

Very professional work. Buker web tec team listened to all our requirments.

İf you need a website these are the people to use.

Review of Buker Web Tec by Sezair Cüüt
5 31/01/2019 Sezair Cüüt

Very happy with the work had some amazing results so far.

Thank you

Review of Buker Web Tec by Memet Buker
5 31/01/2019 Memet Buker

Having worked with various other web evelopment firm we were unable to reach a desired goal. however, since we start working with Buker Web Tec we have had some amazing results such showing up on the first page of google as well as on other social media platform.

All in all we have an very strong online presence this is all down to Buker Web Tec.

Thank you for helping us reaching our goal.


Review of Buker Web Tec by mustafa çiçekle
5 31/01/2019 mustafa çiçekle

One word amazing and professional service worth every peny spent.

Highly recommend.


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Buker Web Tec Q&A

Buker Web Tec Q&A

What makes a great website?

Your website is the first digital impression from your company and you want to make sure it’s a great one. It should reflect everything you want potential customers to know and remember about your business. To marketers and other business owners who have been around for a while, this is nothing new. Successful businesses are always trying to improve the quality of their websites to meet the needs of their visitors. People are visiting your website because they want to learn something. You want to ensure that they are finding what they are looking for quickly and with ease. You may have the most amazing business model and offer extraordinary customer service, but with a poorly functioning website, you could miss out on a significant amount of business and ultimately make a bad impression.
The quality of your website is critical. Since it’s likely that your competitors have an incredible website, expectations are high, and you must at least meet the bar, if not exceed it. If you want to stay in the game, you’ve got to have a website that makes it easy for your users to browse your products and services, make purchases, and to interact with your business.
So, what makes a great website? How can you set your website apart from the rest? We’ve put together some key website trends to focus on for success/

The concept of using responsive design is not new. Since the Google update known as “Mobilegeddon” back of 2015, everyone has been hustling to upgrade their websites so that they are easily viewable and usable regardless of the device it is being viewed on (mobile, tablet, desktop).
This will continue to be a basic requirement of a great website. With new and improved mobile devices coming to the market on a regular basis, having a responsive website design is a must.
Looking for a website redesign using mobile-first technology? View our Responsive Website Design page for more information.
Many businesses are taking web design back to the basics with minimalistic designs and layouts. Websites are featuring fewer pages, with simpler designs and more blank space.
Some websites are also implementing what’s referred to as “Flat Design”. Flat web design uses two-dimensional/flat images which are aesthetically pleasing to look at, in combination with lots of open space, and bright colors. Flat design also meets the requirements of a responsive web design.
Usability has always been of key importance in a successful website. Websites with an intuitive design, and with images and aspects that are pleasing to the eye are going to attract more customers than those without these features.
A simple, intuitive, and functional navigation is another important feature to focus on. If customers can’t easily make their way around your site, they aren’t likely to stay long.
The speed at which your pages load also have a strong impact on users in the coming year. Quickly loading pages and simple ways to get to specific information will be critical in setting your website apart from the competition.
Personalized user experience web design is the norm. Rather than everyone receiving the same experience when visiting a particular website, a personalized user experience design allows for the content and experience to be designed specifically for a particular user.
The best part about websites that offer a personalized user experience, is that they are typically able to adapt to the visitor's interests and needs without having to do much at all.
Websites that provide visitors with useful information in a variety of formats, such as video and images vs. text when possible, will have greater success than those that don’t meet the needs of today’s website viewers.
Marketing automation will also continue to evolve, and many websites will incorporate customized landing pages, banner ads and other promotions to supplement email campaigns. The traditional newsletter or simple email marketing campaign will likely not be enough to capture new customers.
In the past, bright and bold colors on websites were sometimes perceived as childish or unprofessional, depending of course upon the industry of the business. However, websites with vibrant colors have become more popular and more acceptable in recent years.
Vibrant and bold colors are becoming more popular in web design.
When viewed in high definition, bold colors can have a powerful impact on visitors. And, in the case of a flat design website, bright colors can make all the difference.
The video will continue to be important especially to engage visitors and tell your brand story.
You’ll see a lot more websites using card-based design. A benefit of this type of design is that the card design is ideal for users with mobile devices and varying screen sizes because they can be easily adjusted to each screen.
The card-based design also goes along with the theme of simplicity and minimalism we discussed above. By providing viewers with short and simple bursts of information that can easily be digested, cards provide an easy way to promote user action, which is usually to click through to a landing page or more in-depth information on a particular topic.
Wall-to-wall site strips provide better user experience by dividing website layouts into several rectangular sections. These full-width image strips can be different lengths, and serve to break the site into clear sections of content. Not only are they pleasing to look at, but they also function as a simple and functional design aspect that breaks up content into more digestible bites.
Traditional navigation menus are located at the top or side of a website page. Recently, however, more and more websites have been experimenting with unique navigation menus, and in some cases, there is no navigation “menu”, but rather a different way of directing or “navigating” the user towards the information they’re looking for.
Another emerging and increasing popular web design trend is the use of ghost buttons. They are transparent buttons that blend in with the background, for a cleaner look. Again, this design trend goes well with the flat and minimalistic designs that seem to be gaining popularity.
To stay relevant in today’s world of web design, it’s worth investing in the latest website technology and functionality. You don’t have to do it all, but implementing at least a few of the above trends will have you well on your way to presenting a great website in the years to come

What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?

Describe your business in a few sentences.
Do you currently have a website? If so, what is/isn’t working for you?
What are your goals for this project?
Who is your target audience?
What specific features do you want on the site?
How can we avoid failure?
Who are your main competitors?
What makes you different from your competitors?
What’s the scope of the project?

What do you love most about your job?

Variety. ...
Culture. ...
Challenge. ...
Helping Others.

What inspired you to start your own business?

Flexibility. Work your own hours.
More spare time (eventually). Spend more time with your family and friends. ...
Call the shots. Nobody else is going to set the rules. ...
Set your own deadlines. ...
Sell how you want to sell. ...
Create your own environment. ...
Pursue your passion. ...
Create something from scratch.

Why should our clients choose you?

“I want my clients to really understand the process and I encourage them to ask me any question no matter how ‘dumb’ their question may seem. I make it a point to personally respond to questions within a business day and I’ll spend whatever time is necessary to answer the question to my client’s satisfaction.

  • 13 minutes average response time

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