Website audits take into account all the factors that can influence your website’s success: from your perspective, your customer’s, and Google’s.
There are many reasons why a website isn’t performing as expected, from bad or out of date code, security issues, negative user experience, difficult to update content, slow, not ranking well on Google, poor conversion rates, or accessibility concerns.
So if you have doubt about how well your website is performing, our personalised website audit is the way to find out in detail.
There’s a lot of benefits with improving your website or web app. There could be the need for legal compliance, ISO certification, improving the UX or SEO, security auditing, or improving content.
Security is critical, especially if you handle your customers data.
Pagespeed is critical when it comes to both SEO and lowering your bounce rates.
Improve your navigation and optimise your content for SEO, UX and accessibility.
By making your website accessible you improve the UX for all users.
Is your website technically optimised for search engines?
Are there opportunities to make the User Experience better for your users?
Remove any administration pain points and make updating your website a breeze.
Could you save time and money by automating the data flow?
Make your website work harder and bring in more qualified leads.
Sometimes it’s just part of the site that needs attention, be that the website health, SEO rankings, UX or Accessibility concerns.
A technical audit is step one for any website audit because it provides you with information on how the underlying technology is performing – or not performing. The health of a website can affect every other aspect of the site and how people use it, so it comes first.
Many people consider on-page SEO the fun part of a website audit because it’s the part you truly have the most control over. When it comes to the technology it uses and endorses, an enterprise can take months to make big changes – but on-page SEO can be radically improved in as little as one day.
The goal of UX design in business, according to Oxford Journal Interacting With Computers, is to improve customer satisfaction and loyalty through the utility, ease of use, and pleasure provided in the interaction with a product. So if your website suffers from pain points, a cumbersome UI, or simply doesn’t satisfy your users needs, we can help.
An Accessibility Audit is to establish how well a particular environment performs in terms of access and ease of use by a wide range of potential users, including people with disabilities and the visually impaired, and also to recommend improvements, where necessary.
Chemistry is crucial. Call or email us and we’ll organise an initial chat to see if we’re a good fit.
Why do you need a new website and what return do you expect from your investment?
We can write it together, or respond to your brief – we’ll work around your needs.