Web Design in Toronto
Developing creative web designs, logos, graphics, and Internet marketing services to transform your brand.
Professional Web Development in Toronto
We provide web design services in the following areas:
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
- Mathnasium of McKenzie Towne, Calgary, AB
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Frequently Asked Questions
Web design is the process through which a website is built and strategically structured to make navigation intuitive and enjoyable, with a pleasant presentation.
Web Sharx began after our founders realized that web design in Toronto was lacking something: a comprehensive offering of services that could be implemented and managed in one place. We set out to meet that need and provide a solution. Since then, we have helped build and maintain winning websites for companies all over Toronto and the GTA, in diverse industries with different design goals and needs.
Our corporate services are designed to help streamline and facilitate seamless online transactions, sales, and e-commerce needs. You get a platform that effectively communicates your corporate vision and why your products and/or services are a cut above the rest, developed with a strategy designed to outrank your competition in search results. We have built sites for a diverse group of corporate clients all over Canada. From real estate to the medical supplies industry, medical marijuana, and even financial services, we have built sites that have made a big market impact for our corporate clients and helped them grow their business.
Our small business web design services are scaled-down versions of our corporate services, with a special focus on helping you secure and defend a foothold in your market or niche. Web design for small business is an essential part of growth and business development, and our services help you connect with markets and customers that would otherwise be out of reach.
Everything we do for our small business clients is personalized. We work with you to match our creativity with your unique vision, providing you with an online presence you will be proud of and that your customers will enjoy.
Designing a website depends on your aspirations and requirements. There are many factors to consider, which include the size of your business and how extensive your site is. The level of customized CSS and HTML is also something to factor in.
There are many elements that create a great website. A great website is easy to navigate, loads quickly, provides visitors with effective prompts that move them seamlessly through the checkout and purchasing process, makes effective use of colour schemes, and judiciously uses media elements.
Responsive web design includes design principles that make a site easy to use and navigate regardless of screen size or hardware. It allows your website to be viewed accurately and effectively across tablets, computers, and cellphones.
UX stands for “user experience,” and it is a philosophy of web design that involves the use of industry-leading techniques and tools to ensure visitors enjoy their experience. UX includes the visual appeal of a site, the quality and relevance of the content, the layout, the load time, and many other aspects.
Designing a responsive website includes certain development aspects such as setting your viewport properly so that it correctly communicates to browsers based on the screen size being used. It involves creating responsive images and selecting different images for users based on browser width, having responsive text and media queries, and knowing which page-building plugins to use and avoid.
Responsive web design simply means ensuring websites display accurately and effectively across a range of different screens. The fact of the matter is, most people primarily navigate the internet in this day and age with their phones, and with a combination of devices. You need a website that will display well for all of these users, or you risk them leaving your site out of frustration.
Designing a mobile-friendly website is not as straightforward as it sounds. It combines principles of responsive web design, but also includes factors like tailoring your content so that it is short and to the point. It also means ensuring that the vital information on your site (especially your contact information) is easy to find.
A CMS is “content management system” and it is a web application that allows you to manage the content of your site without requiring much knowledge of specific coding language. A CMS allows you to drag and drop your content and page elements without needing to go into the back end to create them using special coding languages like HTML.