Responsive Web Designing – Web Designs compatible with every smart device
Our web designing principles are simple:
- the delivery of clean page designs,
- simple navigation and
- meaningful functionality.
- responsive web designing – we create the design using latest technologies to make your website compatible to almost every smart device.
From small business to multi-national corporate, we understand that there has to be a business case for any web project. It should be delivered on time, within budget and meet your defined goals. For over 11 years we have been delivering effective websites, maintaining the right balance between flexibility in our web design approach without compromising on our core principles.
Design can have a powerful impact. The right design kindles in a website visitor the right perception of your business, it engenders confidence and trust in your business.
Design is important and it must be right! We create attractive and fast loading sites with helpful navigation. We apply highly specialised skills to make websites search engine effective, so your market finds your products/ services.
- Ecommerce websites and online stores
- Web application development
- Mobile web development
- Brochure websites
- Complex database design and development
We excel with following web programming languages:
- Web client languages: HTML5, Java-script, Java applets
- Frameworks: BootStrap3, CSS3
- Database products: MySQL, PostgreSQL, MS SQL, Access
Pramarsh provide a full support service and respond to all support requests with immediacy.
Content Management System
You have a website, or intranet. It has grown organically over time, and while it is very useful, it is far from perfect. Much of the content is out-of-date or inaccurate, it’s hard to find things, updating the site is complex, and the appearance is becoming dated.
Worse yet, you’ve lost track of all the pages on the site, and by having all the changes made by your skilled webmaster, the updates are piling up in their in-tray.
What was on the site last week, or last year? You couldn’t say. In the back of your mind, you know that this could leave you in a difficult position if a customer sues, but there is little that you can do.
Don’t think twice. Just jump to a content management system(CMS) arena.
A content management system(CMS) supports the creation, management, distribution, publishing, and discovery of corporate information. It covers the complete lifecycle of the pages on your site, from providing simple tools to create the content, through to publishing, and finally to archiving.
There are a wide range of business benefits that can be obtained by implementing a content management system(CMS), including:
- streamlined authoring process
- faster turnaround time for new pages and changes
- greater consistency
- improved site navigation
- increased site flexibility
- support for decentralised authoring
- increased security
- reduced duplication of information
- greater capacity for growth
- reduced site maintenance costs
Beyond these, the greatest benefit the content management system(CMS) can provide is to support your business goals and strategies.
For example, the content management system(CMS) can help to improve sales, increase user satisfaction, or assist in communicating with the public.
The functionality of a content management system can be broken down into several main categories:
- content creation
- content management
The content management system(CMS) manages the entire lifecycle of pages, from creation to archival
At the front of a content management system is an easy-to-use authoring environment, designed to work like Word. This provides a non-technical way of creating new pages or updating content, without having to know any HTML.
The content management system(CMS) also allows you to manage the structure of the site. That is, where the pages go, and how they are linked together. Many even offer simple drag-and-drop restructuring of the site, without breaking any links.
Almost all content management systems now provide a web-based authoring environment, which further simplifies implementation, and allows content updating to be done remotely.
It is this authoring tool that is the key to the success of the content management system(CMS). By providing a simple mechanism for maintaining the site, authoring can be devolved out into the business itself. For example, your marketing manager maintains the press release section, while your product manager keeps the catalogue up to date.
Once a page has been created, it is saved into a central repository in the content management system(CMS). This stores all the content of the site, along with the other supporting details.
This central repository allows a range of useful features to be provided by the content management system(CMS):
- Keeping track of all the versions of a page, and who changed what and when.
- Ensuring that each user can only change the section of the site they are responsible for.
- Integration with existing information sources and IT systems.
Most importantly, the Content Management System(CMS) provides a range of workflow capabilities. These are best explained by giving an example:
When the page is created by an author, it is automatically sent to their manager for approval, and then to the central web team for their editorial review. It is finally sent to the legal team for their sign-off, before being automatically published to the site.
At each step, the Content Management System(CMS) manages the status of the page, notifying the people involved, and escalating jobs where required.
In this way, the workflow capabilities allow more authors to be involved in the management of the site, while maintaining strict control over the quality, accuracy and consistency of the information.
Workflow rules bring order to the chaos of manual processes
Once the final content is in the repository, it can then be published out to either the website or intranet. Content management systems boast powerful publishing engines which allow the appearance and page layout of the site to be applied automatically during publishing. It may also allow the same content to be published to multiple sites.
The content management system can also provide a number of features to enhance the quality and effectiveness of the site itself.
As an example, the content management system(CMS) will build the site navigation for you, by reading the structure straight out of the content repository.
It also makes it easy to support multiple browsers, or users with accessibility issues. The content management system(CMS) can be used to make your site dynamic and interactive, thereby enhancing the site’s impact.
Faster time to deploy and lower total cost of ownership is one of the main reasons of popularity of web content management systems(CMS). Following are some of them: