Web Site Development


Web designers are a dime a dozen, all you need to do is tell them what you are selling, give them the content and it is done. Some of them do it in a day, most might take a week. Stop and think why most websites hardly get any traffic and are deemed as 'flat lining sites'. The reasons are not only numerous but also foolhardy. Web design is the hook before the serve. If your website looks ordinarily built that a teenager could pull off in his room, then rest assured you product would be given an equivalent status. If potential clients find your web design less than interesting they will inevitably find your products or services as attractive and as functional as your site.

Sophistication, panache, functionality and visual pleasantries are the most vital aspects of almost every successful web site that grace cyber land. From the selection of every pixel color to font type and size is crucial for the longevity of your business in electronic commerce. Getting the right people to do the right thing is the same as getting the right tool to do the right job.

The designers under the hire of Clay Media are visual artists that analyze what your prospects want to see on your website in the broadest sense possible. We know how to put together the principles of design to create a site that looks great. We also understand how important usability is and how to create a site that customers want to navigate around in because it's so easy to do. Our objective is to create a webpage that is interesting enough for surfers to stay longer on your page, the longer they stay the more likely they are to become your customer.


Chris developed my website for me and created it from scratch. I communicated my ideas of what I wanted and the "feel" for the site. After sitting and discussing with me over lunch my thoughts and ideas he had it down! I love my site - it is really reflective of me and my business. Whenever I need something done on it he is responsive and gets to it quickly while keeping me up to date on the progress.

- Keverne Collison - BalancedVitality.com