Web Design & Development



Experienced team

Touch has an experienced development team that strives to stay ahead in this constantly developing industry.

What we do:

Web Design & UX:

  • Planning/Research
  • Website Development
  • User Experience Design
  • Visual Design
  • Mobile Friendly/Responsive Design


  • E-Commerce Development
  • Application Development
  • API Integrations
  • Mobile/Responsive Development
  • Custom CMS editing
Using your web presence to help your business run smoother gives you an edge on your competition.


What is UX and UI?

Wesbites are all about engagement. UX stands for User experience, UI is user interface.

There is a fine balance between breat UX and clever UI. A beautiful looking website might get top marks in UI, it looks great and people ooh and ahh. BUT when they start to use the website to achieve their goals quickly and efficiently they may start to get frustrated.
It takes me three clicks to get to the page I want to yet the competitors page only takes one.
Its true, although the site looks great using it becomes frustrating after a while.
Conversley, another site may work really well but look like a mess. Obviously a balnace between the two is crucial and the balance can be lopsided depending on the complexities and requirements of the brief.



How much should I spend on a website?

If you’re in the business of impressing people with anything other than price, your website should reflect your company’s aspirations, values and commitment to your customers.

A single proposition website, for instance selling one product or range of products for a good price in a high demand industry, will sell products almost by default.
However if your website represents your company in the same way as a sales person for instance then your site needs to look pretty good. No one would send a sales person out in scruffy suit and dirty shoes.
Today your website is part of your overall brand package. It is often the first impression your company makes. How many times have you been on a company website looking for something and left frustrated and unlikey to ever return. Many good long term customers are lost in this way.
I would suggest you should spend on your website equivalent to how you want to be percieved by your customers.


“A UI without UX is like a painter slapping paint onto canvas without thought; while UX without UI is like the frame of a sculpture with no paper mache on it. A great product experience starts with UX followed by UI. Both are essential for the product’s success.”.

Co-creator Foster.fm – Rahul Varshney

Enjoy the web design process.

It’s like rearranging your office, in fact your customers will likely see your website far more often than your offices.
See how Container Door went from great idea to fully functional E-Commerce solution.


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