JAW Digital bespoke website design gives your site the extra and unique features it needs to really make your brand pop online.
We handle the programming, graphic design and implementation of bespoke advanced website features that can be mission-critical to maximising sales from your site.
Some examples of our past work on bespoke website design and custom web page elements include:
WeLocate Property Search
WeLocate Bury needed a bespoke search feature. We built a custom Property Search engine that can filter properties by buy/let, building type, min/max bedrooms, price, location and search radius.
Results can be ranked according to distance from the specified postcode – as we all know buying a property is about location, location, location!
GCS Associates Sitewide Video
Bespoke HTML, CSS and programming code was used to embed a full motion video as the sitewide background to the GCS Associates website.
The video scales to different screens and resolutions, allowing it to display correctly on all user devices.
Other bespoke website design
We have also worked on several unusual and innovative features for other websites:
- A pop-out contact form triggered from a floating logo by the side of the screen, which submits the user’s data as an email to the site admin. https://www.lowermosswood.com/
- A clickable image map which links parts of an image by overlaying them with accurately shaped hyperlinked anchor elements. https://we-locate.co.uk/
Each of these design elements is seamlessly integrated into an overall website template to provide visitors with elegant interactions and advanced capabilities, ideally without standing out from the overall high level of user experience of the website.
Ask us about bespoke website design
If you are trying to achieve something specific on your website, let us know and we will be happy to discuss the potential of bespoke website design to create the page elements you need.
This can have a transformative effect on your website – for example by allowing users to search in a natural, intuitive way, e.g. the location-ranked property search mentioned above.
In some cases it can restore missing functionality too, such as by replacing an obsolete contact form or an off-the-peg page plugin that has been discontinued.