Corporate website design, Garden Route & Cape Town

Branding / Digital / Graphic Design / Photography

Corporate website design Garden Route & Cape Town

Corporate website design for Woolworths design team. Working with user experience (UI) experts to through various design stages to make sure the website works intuitively for the user and is fully dynamic so it displays well on mobile devices.

The website design process follows scoping stages with planning as the key. Working closely with the database developers to ensure that the website ecommerce functionality is state of the art.

With experience working with Woolworths Colin Stephenson is an expert in website design and digital design for your business. Our team conceptualize, design and scope website projects to ensure that we can grow the website functionality with your business changing needs. We offer corporate website design to clients in the Garden Route and Cape Town.

We offer full suite design services to our clients in Knysna, George throughout the Garden Route and Cape Town including: website design and digital design brochures, print design, DTP ( Desktop Publishing ) logo & brand design and photography. For all your website & digital design as well as graphic and print design requirements contact Colin Stephenson, 072 601 0985

How Do You Begin Selling Online? 

Find products with branding potential.

You’ve identified a potential product that solves consumers’ problems and comes from a place of passion. So, what’s next? Creating a resounding brand message and can make a splash in the competitive ecommerce space.

Crafting a recognizable and memorable brand means you’ll need to put in the time to research and truly understand your target audience.

Your brand should speak to your potential customers in a way that both resonates and compels them to come back. Colin Stephenson Design and Photography can work on your brand image and product packaging design with you. Product photography and lifestyle photography are also essential to bring your product to market and key to the service Colin Stephenson offers.

In other words, you want to build loyalty based on audience identity.

Some great questions to start with here are:

How does your target audience like to be addressed?

How will you position your product?

How will you design your website to communicate your brand and appeal to your potential customers through layout, color scheme, and calls to action?