You need a website. Or maybe you have one already, but it's outdated or hard to manage. That's where our website design services can help you.
SAI Digital will work with your team to plan your site, create a design that reflects your business aesthetic, build it to modern standards, and implement search-engine-friendly best practices.
The best part? After the site is launched, you'll be able to add or edit pages any time you want, from an easy-to-use web interface.
Most of our standard websites run on WordPress, the most popular content management system on the web today. It's used by 14% of the top 10,000 sites on the web.
You're going to love how simple it is to manage your own website. Our clients repeatedly tell us the WordPress admin screen is easy to learn and easy to use. Plus, we create a custom guide for each site, so you'll always have a document you can refer to as you make changes.
RECENTLY LAUNCHED PROJECTS
Chiaha is Rome's annual arts and crafts festival. We designed a colorful yet easy-to-use website with tons of special features. Every block on the home page is editable from the admin screen, giving the organizers flexibility in how they present the fair each year. We also created an artist listing where each exhibitor can be highlighted as the fair approaches.
Winthrop has three senior communities in Rome and Cedartown. They needed a site that featured information about each community, as well as the company in general. We created a warm design with an emphasis on pictures of Winthrop residents. Each community has its own 'mini site' with a calendar, staff listing, photo gallery and more.
More and more people are using mobile devices to access the internet, including your website. That's why it's so important that your site look good on every device, not just your desktop computer. Using a technique called responsive design, the SAI team will create a website for you that scales according to screen size. Want an example? Visit this site on your phone, or drag the edge of your browser window and watch it adjust.