Dynamic websites allow you to make your own changes to one or more sections of your website from an Internet connection on any computer worldwide. Through a password protected administrative area, you can easily add, edit or delete content, pictures and links. Changes appear on the website immediately.
Dynamic websites communicate with a database that pulls content into the page when a link is clicked. This is the preferred application for e-commerce, membership sites, event calendars, mailing lists and sites where frequent changes are needed. Although it is more expensive initially, a dynamic website is more cost effective in the long term if you make frequent changes that would otherwise need to be made by a webmaster.
Dynamic websites are uniquely capable of interacting with the visitor. Each dynamic section requires sophisticated programming to provide a specific application. Costs are based on number and type of dynamic sections as well as static pages and custom design.
At DOT, we’ve made it our goal to provide a complete corporate website design solution for companies who wish to enter the e-business arena. This entails working with and for our clients towards building a web presence, from the simplest logo design to the most complex website database integration. The net result is a tailor-made solution for our clients and an experience/inspiration to their clients. We focus on creating website’s that look clean, dynamic, interactive, fresh and last but definitely not least functional and user friendly.
One of our goals at DOT House is to design Web sites with logical architectures, intuitive navigation, creative and aesthetic page layout, and powerful presentation. We design sites that scale well over time and that are easy to manage. We design first for function and then for appearance.
If your Web site isn't performing as you believe it should, then we will help you ask the right questions to figure out what is wrong. Through our experience on the field, we have found that one of the most common mistakes companies make when implementing Web sites is not having a clear vision of purpose for the sites.
Once we identify the underlying problems, we will develop strategies to fix them.