Web applications often provide our clients with a unique selling point that their competitors can't match. This unique selling point is made up of two things; a web application that provides a solution to a problem a potential customer may have, and a web application that addresses the needs of our client as well as their customer base. Furthermore, it has the added benefit of being built by Emerald Creative.
Using our web design philosophy as a foundation, we believe a web application doesn't need to look complex to look powerful. It needs to be intuitive and easy to use. It needs to make the user feel at ease and give them confidence to use the system. The last thing that you want your web app to do is to put people off by looking too frightening or being too difficult to use.
Every web application we build is bespoke and unique to the needs, wants and goals set out by you the client. Using these aspirations as a starting point we then design every aspect of the web application. We take great care in the user process, how the user will interact with the web application's interface, how it will work on different types of devices etc. We also make sure that you find the administration of the web application as easy to use as possible.
Once it's been built, tested, and approved by you, that doesn’t mean it’s the end of our involvement with the project. For the first year we provide technical support for the application and monitor its performance to make sure it doesn't let you down. It’s a complimentary service, and it’s the least we could do. After all we believe you have a choice. And you chose to have Emerald Creative build your web application.
If you want to talk to us about making your idea for a web application a reality, or want to know more about how our web application development service could help you, why don't you request a FREE, no obligation call back?
Mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets are used more and more every day, but some web applications aren't designed to work on these devices.
When we design and develop web applications, we make sure that they are optimised for mobile devices as standard.
We always test our software to within an inch of it's life. You can rest assured that every test imaginable has been conducted on your software, so you won't have any unexpected surprises.
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