Watermelon Web Works are experts of the website redesign process.
Website Redesign Services
Building a website is hard, but redesigning an existing site is even harder. When you’re dealing with an established site with pre-existing content and a live user-base, the stakes are high. A simple redesign checklist or project plan are not going to cut it; you need the help of expert developers who can incorporate a brand new design with minimal contextual changes. Too little a change and your website doesn’t improve; too large a change and your visitors are thrown out of sync. The redesign process is a narrow, winding path that Watermelon knows how to navigate.
Our redesign proposals are designed to improve key aspects of your website:
Working With What's Given
As your website grows larger, it also grows more rigid. The more content you add, the more you lock yourself into your current design. When it comes time to redesign, you do not want to spend hours and hours reformatting or rewriting your content to match an aesthetic update. Our experts can redesign your website in such a way that it works with the existing content format, saving time and money in the long run.
Knowledge of Modern Best Practices
Most people redesign their website because it looks outdated. You want a website that looks new and modern, but what exactly is modern design, anyway? Without a bit of foresight and a bunch of knowledge of modern design best practices, it can be easy to come out of a redesign with a site that looks worse than it did originally. Watermelon’s developers are constantly building and designing websites, and have extensive knowledge of the most widely-used website design and user interface elements.
Migrating Content Across Software
Sometimes your website looks fine on the front end, but hides a total mess on the back end. Maybe you’ve been using Drupal and really wish you could have your same site on WordPress. Our extensive knowledge of website frameworks and content management systems puts Watermelon in a strong position for facilitating transitions between different back end site software.