A website: The set of pages behind an address on the World Wide Web. Site, because it is a digital place. And not homepage, because that's strictly speaking just the home page. You see, we take it precisely. And we understand websites as digital places. And you don't visit sites for no reason; when you're there, you want to be able to do something: To inform yourself, to entertain yourself, to consume or purchase something. That's exactly how it is on the Internet. When websites are designed this way, nothing can go wrong. Our web design processes start where a consistent planning and conception leaves off. Strictly oriented to the objective, we develop - together with you - the rough look & feel of your website. After that we deal with topics like inventory (all active or interactive elements of your website), content (all content like texts, images, videos, animations, files) and usability (the interaction of all visual elements, all content and all active or interactive components to a user-friendly interface). When all this is defined and designed, your website is "ready to move in" (that's what you would say for a house). But then the content is still missing.