A CMS based website is suitable for most small to medium businesses, social organisations and educational organisations.
Most clients find that if they are comfortable using MS Office and/or phone and tablet apps then they can easily get to grips with the authoring process of their own website.
A bespoke build is exactly that. We can take your design ideas, provide feedback and steering as well as graphical design support to help take your design draft to a complete working prototype ready for your final content and images.
The overall build and design takes longer than via a CMS platform - but provides the greatest fidelity with approved designs.
Due to its bespoke nature, clients without an in-house development team will either need a maintenance & support contract with us to update the website or engage a 3rd party to assist in this regard.
This is a simple web presence - a 'brochure' site. Aimed at the client with content that is mostly static and infrequently updated
Pages: Up to 6
Build time: approx a week
Hosting: £30 annually
For sites with more content and functionality, imagery, blogs etc. Typically the content here is updated regularly
Pages: Up to 15
Duration: 2-4 weeks
Hosting: Advanced hosting available
Bespoke website to your requirements, including e-commerce
Assistance with design specs
Fully documented deliverables
Our most popular support method: pre-paid hourly support each month, charged at £50p/hr.
Additional support hours outside of pre-paid package will be charged at £60p/hr.
Ad Hoc support, content changes and photo edits, can be made to your site for a flat rate of £60p/h..
Credible Systems have enjoyed a long relationship with Santander, creating, managing and maintaining several key careers websites that drive the engagement of suitable candidates both externally and internally.
These sites often interface with the client Applicant Tracking Systems to ensure a seamless and efficient candidate journey.View site
A website detailing a digital feminism led by Dr. Kaitlynn Mendes; an Associate Professor in the School of Media, Communication and Sociology at the University of Leicester.
Showing examples of digital feminism in action, the completed project is updated by the researchers themselves after a short training period, and will represent a snapshot archive of digital feminism.View site
A website for a Leicester based fitness studio with a unique culture and a verifiable track record of helping people acheive their goals.
The content was honed from an original concept, with several iterations of visual imagery, Multiple landing pages were created for concurrent or overlapping campaigns specifically to work with a digital marketing consultancy.View site