Want to integrate your static HTML website into WordPress theme?
At Red Ant Media we can take your existing website and build it into a WordPress theme for you, giving you the flexibility of a WordPress content management system for your organisation to use, while keeping your site design and brand consistent.
Looking for a company that can convert your PSD, EPS, TIF, JPG, JPEG or PDF “flat file” web designs to HTML for use in your website or content management system?
Red Ant Media offers this service to both companies who have had a website designed and now need it built as well as other agencies looking to outsource their programming and HTML templates to a third party provider.
At Red Ant Media we understand that professional design services can be very expensive for community groups, charities, not-for-profits and organisations that rely on donations and public funding.
If you are a registered not-for-profit organisation, Red Ant Media offers significant savings on our professional graphic design and web development services as well as discounts on for any additional work or materials from our suppliers involved with the project.
La Source was using an off-the-shelf installation of WordPress with one of the generic themes when they approached Red Ant Media to build a customised site and theme.
Our initial concepts were built in Photoshop and then coded as static HTML pages for approval. As the client was heading overseas for business we turned the entire site around in two weeks, including the WordPress customisation.
The WordPress theme developed includes a featured slideshow on the home page, custom category filtering and display, automatic image processing for site thumbnails and an English or French language selector.
La Source were also provided with a training session in how to use their customised WordPress site to its full potential.
Part of our core business at Red Ant Media is the design, development and implementation of corporate identity for small to medium business. In the last 8 years we have worked on over 50 brand specific projects for a variety of organisations, from owner/operator start-ups to international companies of over 200 employees.
Talk about your products and services — not yourself
Visitors to your website are there because they are interested in what your company does. Information about who you are is important, but only as supplementary material to back up what you do. Your home page should showcase examples of your work and, if possible, hightlight the features and benefits of your core products and services