Bhail Web Design is a small web design company located in Berkshire that creates unique & responsive websites and Mobile Web Applications (Apps) for clients in Berkshire.
We're not a large company than churns out thousands of websites that all look and feel the same. Instead we concentrate on a handful of clients to ensure that each of our solutions satisfies your expectations and business needs. Being small also means we do not outsource any development work.
We can take your ideas and create unique & professional looking websites that perform as well as they look. All of our websites are developed with Search Engine Optimization (SEO) & Social Media Optimization (SMO) in mind, are search engine friendly, include images & video and are flexible. We specialise in E-Commerce Shopping Websites to promote products and services.
Responsive SEO Website Design
For years Web Designers have used fixed Website layouts. Simply because the main device was a traditional desktop computer. Nowadays there are so many portable devices available on the market i.e. tablets, iPhones, iPads etc. that there is a need for Fluid or Responsive Web Designs that automatically adjust to fit whatever device that you are using. That's where responsive, adaptive and fluid web designs come into play.
Bhail Web Design design & develop responsive Search Engine Optimization (SEO) websites which work equally as well on desktop computers and mobile devices. They adapt to the type of browser and device being used to provide a better user experience. We also create Mobile Web Applications to give your business an edge over your competitors.
Here’s the boring nerdy website development stuff which you can choose to skip ! We develop all of our websites in HTML5 with CSS3 using Microsoft ASP.NET MVC Framework with Microsoft SQL Server as the persistent storage for data. Hidden under the bonnet is code developed in C#, LESS, LINQ, Entity Framework to mention but a few components.
The end result, is a professional looking website that not only “talks the talk” but “walks the walk”.