Development issues you should consider
Website design and creation are not merely about a nice appealing graphical interface or in some cases a quirky and unusual interface depending on the subject of the site. A clean, sparse corporate look does not suit a grungy rock band image nor artists, nor a blog seeking engagement from one’s adherents and critics. There is also the technological perspective inherent in generating traffic via Search Engine Optimisation for a site. There are the keywords and phrases you need to incorporate that are hopefully predictive of what your clients or readers may use to search for you. The cost of HTML/CCS website development is usually prohibitive because of the time it takes. While development/design tools have facilitated speeding up the process and the studio’s history of building sites goes back to this level of coding, unless you are after a very customised look and have the budget for it, you probably want to consider alternatives. The illusion of free site builds available for consumers usually ignores the fact that they are funded through advertising, and inevitably on the site, you create. If you don’t mind the typically limited styling and the sidebars of advertising adorning your site, then this is the option for you.
WordPress for Content Management
The technology for web development has changed as content managed system provide more control for the user and less dependence on the web developer. Halyucinations Studios now specialises in WordPress technology to create sites for you. It provides the means by which you can keep your website updated, but if you would instead concentrate on your business and not on your website, the Studio can provide maintenance and upkeep on your site.
Examples of old
By clicking on the image below you will be shown a sample of Website pages created by the Studio some of which still exist, some of which are old style HTML sites and some WordPress. Click again on any of the images that appear to see a broader perspective. Clicking on the small “i” for information at the bottom mid-right of the picture will provide you with some details of its history.