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Providing we get full co-operation from your current host the maximum period of a transfer is more or less 7 days.

An SSL Certificate is a piece of code called a digital computer file which serves a dual function. Namely, Site Authenticity and Verification, as well as Encryption of the Data being transferred between your browser and that website.

Authentication and Verification

An entity, which could be a business, individual, government organisation, etc., will register for an SSL with the Certificate Authority (CA) and supply them with specific information about themselves.

The CA follows strict disciplines about who may, or may not receive an SSL Certificate, this ensure absolute trust by the website's visitor.

The SSL Certificate is activated by the visitor to the entity’s website when clicking on the small padlock icon in the browser's URL. The SSL will display the necessary information to the website visitor.

The most secure SSL is called an Extended Validation (EV) SSL Certificate and is deemed to be the most trusted SSL Certificate available.

Data Encryption

Data encryption allows personal information that is sent from the website to to be inaccessible to a third party, and cannot be decrypted except by the owner of the SSL Certificate that has been used.

eCommerce (also known as electronic commerce) is a process of buying and selling of products or services, making money transfers, and transferring data over an electronic medium (Internet). This network allows people to do business with no barrier of distance and time

This is a pretty good starting point. After all you need to know exactly what your client does before you start work on their site don’t you?

Getting a really thorough understanding as to who they are, what they do, how long they’ve been around, etc will often help support the design research and decisions you make throughout the entire client relationship.

True, this is pretty straightforward if your client runs a pet shop who sell fluffy bunnies, but if they are a company who sell ‘telecommunication and logistical support equipment for offshore facilities’ (blurgh!!), then you need to make sure you get your head completely around your client’s business.

Even the slightest misunderstanding can screw up your design even before you’ve started!

Or another way of saying it which I use is: 

"What's your primary goal for the site? What do you want most from it? Quote requests, sales, class booking, more memberships etc?" 

If your client already has a website, remember to ask them about it. And if they do, make sure you follow up with more questions so you can understand their old site inside and out.

Questions you may want to ask include:

  • When did you get this site?
  • Do you find it easy to use and edit?
  • What CMS (Content Management System) does it use (if any)?
  • What do you like about it? (Often they'll say "Not much.")
  • What DON'T you like about it?
  • How many inbound leads are you currently getting from it? 
  • Is it giving you the results you want to see?
  • Have you got Google Analytics setup? If so, can you generate a report for us so we can see what's working and what's not?
  • What would you like to see carry over to the new site?

In a nutshell, you want to learn from your client’s past mistakes, likes and dislikes and make sure that your new website knocks it out of the park and seriously out-performs the previous version of their site.

This can be related to the above question about competitors, but if you want your clever design work to put a smile on your client’s face, then make sure you ask them this vital question.

I get it... you’re the designer. You know what looks best. However the reality is that there is always a compromise that will need to be made between what you know is best and what the client wants, and it’s best to get an idea as to what that compromise is BEFORE you deliver your first concept.


No cost involve absolutely free to transfer your domain from another web hosting company to us.

Get a new website because you seen something online that you like.

What’s more, you may believe that this feature is a standard for websites everywhere.

For example, do you want:

  • A shopping cart?
  • Social media implementation?
  • Email collection and email marketing capability?
  • Auto-responders for nurturing?
  • A blog or news feed?
  • Photo galleries?
  • Onsite videos?
  • A slider banner?
  • A mobile site?
  • A responsive site?
  • A blog or news page?
  • The ability for people to leave comments?
  • A quick contact form, quote request or booking form?


Whatever you wants, make sure you find out what it is NOW so that you don’t come back to us later on with a sad little face because it's not what you wanted.

Clarify and then clarify again. You aren't always able to explain things in the way you  would like to  if you show a examples of exactly what you want, we will build it!


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