Design and layout of websites that
look great on any device from laptop to smartphone
Website Design and Layout (front-end only)
Website Design and Layout
Landing Page Design
Website Design and Layout
eCommerce website Design
Website Design
Landing Page Design and Layout
Promotion Website Design
Landing Page Design
Landing Page Design
Landing Page Design and Layout
Landing Page Design and Layout

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Web Portal Prototyping and Design

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Community Design and Layout

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Web Portal Design and Layout

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Web Portal Design and Layout
Landing Page Design and Layout
Landing Page Design and Layout
Website Design
Online Shop Design and Layout
Landing Page Design and Layout
Website Design and Layout
Website Design and Layout
Landing Page Design
Website Design
Website Design
eCommence website Design
Landing Page Design and Layout
Landing Page Design
eCommence website Design
Promotion Website Design
Landing Page Design
Design of a Facebook Page
Design of a Facebook Page and Post
Design of a Facebook Page
Design of a Facebook Page and Post
Design of a Facebook Page and Post
Design of a Facebook Page and Post
Design of a Facebook Page and Post
Design of a Facebook Page and Post
Design of a Facebook Page and Post
Design of a Facebook Page and Post
Design of a Facebook Page and Post
Design of a Facebook Page and Post
Design of a Facebook Page and Post
Design of a Facebook Page and Post
Design of a Facebook Page
Design of a Facebook Page and Post
Advertising PresentationDesign
Presentation Design
Strategy Presentation Design
Strategy Presentation Design
Presentation Design
Strategy Presentation Design

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Web Portal Prototyping and Design

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Community Design and Layout

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Web Portal Design and Layout

Coming soon


Web Portal Design and Layout
We say Done! before the deadline
We never miss deadlines
We work in one-week iterations
We do not work on the back-end. Design and layout only
Your web resource will look good on any devices
Prices and timing
From 999 euros
for a project
Clear schedule and
no missed deadlines
Fixed number of hours in the cost sheet
Stages of work
1
Brief, cost sheet and diagram
2
Backlog and prototypes
3
Adaptive design
4
Layout
5
Testing for different resolutions and browsers
Clients
Order now, while your business rivals are fighting with irresponsible studios
FAQ
The Front-end is a user interface, on the web it means the look of a website and user interaction: its layout, or what a visitor sees and does on the website.
Front-end is the website presentation layer and back end is what goes on “inside the website”, a hidden software component responsible for website functionality and administration (CMS). We focus on the front-end only. Focused specialisation is the key to maintaining quality and meeting deadlines. We design websites and perform websites layout.
Yes, if it corresponds to the objectives and format of your project. If you need a promotional page, single-page application, presentation website, Html email or an online presentation, front-end will be enough.
We can only help you with design and layout of your project, you will have to contact another company for programming and CMS.
Millions of users use mobile devices to go online, so the website must look properly and load when accessed from smartphones. Adaptive design is used to cope with this task.
Taking into account our experience with similar projects we estimate the time needed to complete the task and develop an estimate based on the number of hours spent on it. Of course, risks and specific character of the project are included in the time and final cost estimate.
The minimum time needed is 2 weeks. The actual time depends on the complexity of the project and efficiency of customer feedback.
Every 3 days DONE! manager sends the customer a report on the progress of implementation in the form of prototypes, design models, or a link to the layout. If necessary, the client is given access to the program used for setting and tracking tasks.
The schedule of approvals is stipulated at the beginning of the work, but the project deadlines are shortened by an immediate feedback. The usual schedule stipulates that the layouts sent by DONE! managers are approved within 1-2 days of receipt.
Still have questions?
Contact the manager directly
How to create a cool website?

Before calling, ordering or buying goods we look for information online. We visit dozens of websites. Picky, we comb through websites; super service, wonderful prices and free coffee will fail to attract us if we do not like the site.

How to create a cool website? Here are some tips:

1. Create for visual learners

The world is ruled by visual learners who think in visual images. The most important thing for them is not what they hear or feel, but what they see. They consume loads of designs and have an intuitive feeling of what is stylish and appropriate. They have highly developed visual memory, so images remain in their memory for a long time. Such people need websites with emotional images, correct colours and catchy sections.

2. Show that you are cool

Do not be shy. You love what you do and you are good at it. Present yourself as best as you can. Tell us how and with whom you create a product or service, why you are better at it than your rivals, why the goods or services you offer your customers are better. Fill your website with a generous amount of examples of goods or services, articles, pictures of the staff, your office or production plant.

3. Adapt

Mobile traffic is growing at a staggering rate. In 2015 it amounted to 60 % of the Internet traffic in Russia, while in the USA 50 % of purchases from online shopping sites were made from mobile devices. Every other person orders and pays for a good or a service from their mobile phone. That is why websites are adaptive. Battles are fought on small screens. And yes, one more fact: search engines rank websites not adapted for mobile devices lower. Oh, these giants...

4. Write inspired texts for your site

Imagine speaking with a client face to face. Avoid phrases like “rapidly growing company”, “quality service” and “unconditional professionalism”. Actions speak louder than words, so you are sure to describe the advantages of the product. Show production facilities, what you have achieved over the last months and what you are proud of. The same applies to the text on your website (understandable, without intricate and meaningless constructions).

5. Offer “goodies”

People love gifts. Offer them a cup of coffee, a souvenir with your logo, sweets, a discount or a free service: exceed their expectations. Specify the goodie they will be given upon ordering on your website.

6. Take action

Even if you are a perfectionist. Do not delay launching a new site just because you are not sure whether a shade of blue or a background picture is good enough. Launch it and start making money, introducing improvements as you go along.

7. Work with experts

You are good at your job, web designers are good at their. Let them create a website while you are establishing processes.

8. Do not fear change

Web design is as susceptible to trends as fashion. What used to be detailed now is flat and tomorrow will be interactive. Regard a website design as a temporary phenomenon, which you will have to constantly change.