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Mitchell and Son Web Design | 3D Printing Service

Southampton, Hampshire

3 hires on Bark
Mitchell and Son Web Design | 3D Printing Service logo

Mitchell and Son Web Design | 3D Printing Service

Southampton, Hampshire

3 hires on Bark


Mitchell and Son Web Design | 3D Printing Service

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Spotting a bad website is easy, but working out what makes a website good can be something of an enigma. While a bad website will have a confusing page structure, with a cluttered layout and low quality information, the essential elements of a good website are harder to spot and isolate.

So, what makes a good website? At Tech.co, we’ve spoken to experts in website design to help answer this question, and give you the best chance of success with your own website.

The verdict? We’ve found that the best websites literally require users to think less. They do this by ensuring they understand and meet their users’ needs in a clear, easy and efficient way.

With this in mind, one top piece of advice would be to sketch out your website before you start making or updating it. Consider how users are going to get around your site, from the homepage to every other page.

There are also standard principles at the heart of good website design. These include making sure your site works on computers, mobile phones and tablets, and ensuring consistency of visual elements, including your fonts and images.

How do you know what business is "right" for you? There are three common approaches to entrepreneurship:

Do what you know: Have you been laid off or want a change? Look at work you have done for others in the past and think about how you could package those skills and offer them as your own services or products.

Do what others do: Learn about other businesses that interest you. Once you have identified a business you like, emulate it.

Solve a common problem: Is there a gap in the market? Is there a service or product you would like to bring to market? (Note: This is the highest-risk of the three approaches.) If you choose to do this, make sure that you become a student and gain knowledge first before you spend any money.

3. Business planning improves your chances for success.
Most people don't plan, but it will help you get to market faster. A business plan will help you gain clarity, focus and confidence. A plan does not need to be more than one page. As you write down your goals, strategies and action steps, your business becomes real.

Ask yourself the following questions:

What am I building?
Who will I serve?
What is the promise I am making to my customers/clients and to myself?
What are my objectives, strategies and action plans (steps) to achieve my goals?
4. Know your target audience before you spend a penny.
Before you spend money, find out if people will actually buy your products or services. This may be the most important thing you do. You can do this by validating your market. In other words, who, exactly, will buy your products or services other than your family or friends? (And don't say. "Everyone in America will want my product." Trust me -- they won't.) What is the size of your target market? Who are your customers? Is your product or service relevant to their everyday life? Why do they need it?

There is industry research available that you can uncover for free. Read industry articles with data (Google the relevant industry associations) and read Census data to learn more. However, the most important way to get this information is to ask your target market/customers directly and then listen.

Web Design :
we need to thoroughly understand your business, your business goals, your customers and their expectations and behaviour, and how your website factors into all of it. We’ll also look at the competitive landscape to establish context and benchmarks for how your site should function and then improve on that. This stage will give us the foundation for moving forward with just the right recommendations for the design and development of your new responsive website.

We Cater for a wide range of 3D Printing, the Bespoke little jobs to replace items that can no longer be found... like a washer for a roof rack or Cup , or what ever comes to mind
or the Custom made items for around the home, like a shower head or a door handle ..

As a web designer, have you ever been asked to produce a website with little instruction? Or to produce a design within a strict timeline? Often, I feel that web designers and/or developers (really any creative types) are expected to create spontaneously when the creative process doesn’t work that way. To combat this, here are some tips on how to explain your creative process (whatever it might be) and manage the expectations of those around you.
1 . Communication between client and Designer is Key.
2. By being able to share the Vision of the end result
3. Establish expectations for each project

Creating a wish list like this will help a designer to more accurately understand your needs. This, in turn, will enable them to give you a realistic estimate of how much time and money it will take to make your idea a functioning reality.

Make sure each of your planned pages has a purpose

This is something to take care of, as precisely as possible, before any work is started on actually building your website. We already mentioned that you should come up with a tentative number of pages to have; now figure out what purpose they will serve and how much copy (word content) each of the pages will contain.

Again, you would be better off if you figured it out for yourself. A professional web designer can also do it for you – if you are willing to pay them by the hour. Your best bet is to find inspiring websites in your industry and take a few pages from their books.

If you really have no idea where to start, just fall back on the Big Five: the standard page types that your customers will definitely expect you to have. These Big Five are the home page, the “about us” or “our story” page, the repository of frequently asked questions, the details about your product or your service (including pricing packages and such), and the contact page, which would feature either just your contact info or a direct contact form that people can use to get in touch with you.

Essentially, build a “skeleton” of a solid basic structure which will be there to support any additions and changes later on. This will allow you to keep your site fluid in the face of changing business trends. Create a “baseline website” which you would update with information, without changing its structure. Remember, the more changes you make after the initial building, the more it will cost you.

It is satisfying to know that we have been able to help people to reach their goals.
The Challenges it presents and being able to come to a workable solution

I think everyone has their own definition [of success], and it starts with truly understanding yourself — what drives you, what inspires you to be your best and what will ultimately give you fulfillment in your life. If you can achieve that and have a positive impact on your clients’ lives and the overall economy through hiring other talented team members, along with enough financial freedom to support your family and the lifestyle you desire — that is my definition of success. Equally important is to not try to fit into someone else’s definition of success — you will wind up working very hard and never achieving happiness because it was not your own definition. I believe success is incredibly personal. It is all about knowing yourself incredibly well, setting the right goals and achieving them for yourself, and by extension improving the lives of those around you

r many small businesses, a website is one of the very first things that make their business seem "real." In fact, for the increasing number of small businesses that don't have a physical storefront, their website serves as their primary first point of contact for new business.

Even if you have a physical location, more and more potential customers will engage with your business online before they ever do in person. The good news is that your website can help you reach customers you would never be able to reach in person

If you're not online, you don't exist to most of your potential clients. A website is maybe your most important engagement point with a potential customer short of a face to face conversation. Even then, you can bet your potential customers are checking out your website before they ever have a conversation with you.

By the way, a Facebook page isn't a website. There are a lot of reasons why Facebook isn't an adequate substitute for a website, not the least of which is that you should think long and hard whether or not you really want access to your online presence to be entirely at the mercy of someone else (i.e.: Facebook).

Your website should serve a purpose. For most companies, the purpose is to guide potential customers into a relationship with your business. Think about the things that matter to them and ignore pretty much everything else.

And this is where Mitchell and Son Web Design will work to ensure that the customers will want to form that relationship because the truth be told that people buy with the eye, meaning that there is more chance to sell a product or service when the website is visually attractive



3D printing a prototype or just printing your favorite design. Supply us with s stl file and we Take the Art to the Cart

Our Web Design Service will meet the needs to of small Business or individual needs