Changing Your Perception of Web Development Services
At Web Preneurs Private Limited , we have been developing websites for quite some time now. We have been going strong because we have knowledgeable web developers, with considerable experience, those who work together as a team. We call them ‘our pool of talent’ here. And the fact that we only use the latest technology has also worked to our advantage all this while. Not to mention, our beliefs have also gone a long way in making us one of the highly sought-after web development companies in India. Wondering what we believe in? Well, here’s a glimpse:
A Little Knowledge Is a Dangerous Thing
United We Stand, Divided We Fall
Web Development Is No Rocket Science
For us, it’s easy- that’s because we use tools that help us deliver nothing but the best, minus the complexities involved – tools that let us test and more importantly, debug – tools that make our scripts perform better. Also, we keep tabs on every important development. So now that TYPO3, Drupal and other open-source content management systems have gained popularity, you may see us focusing on online interaction and communication while undertaking web development.
Rules Are Meant To Be Broken
It’s almost a rule these days to use dark colours – everyone’s saying that they increase the traffic – maybe they do – but if your site’s layout calls for lighter colours – should we still stick to the dark ones? Whatever happened to custom website development! All we are saying is that we can break a rule or two, if it suits your needs. Of course, we can always make up for the loss, if any – we have our own ways of doing it. And it’s what you get in the end that counts, isn’t it? Well, rules or no rules, we give you a site that’s truly unique.
Hearsay Is No Good
Others blindly follow whatever they hear. We don’t. We question. We find out if it holds water. If it doesn’t, we treat it as one of those rumours – rumours that come and go. If today they are saying that “: hover” is on its way out, who knows, tomorrow they may roll out the red carpet for the same pseudo-element. So we won’t abandon it, at least not anytime soon. Speculations are also rife about what would happen to SVG. As if we don’t know – come on, anyone who offers web development services must know that this xml-based vector image format isn’t going anywhere.