One of the key things we do, day in day out, is website upgrade and update processing for new and existing clients. This can be down to poor design, lack of responsiveness for mobile, or even to fix issues for mobile displays. But more often, it’s providing upgrade or update work to websites we have created. General improvements, new tools and so on.
It’s clear from our research that there are a lot of websites out there, that “will do”, for many. But for some it won’t do, and quite rightly you want a company to upgrade it.
But also mobile responsive websites are done so badly, that the mobile view isn’t tested. It’s broken, the logo is too small so looks blurred, the banners are overlapping the mobile menu, images that have text are now unreadable as they are “shrunk down”.
These are all issues that can be resolved. Sometimes by a full reformat of the site. But if the site is on WordPress, a week or so of upgrades, theme upgrades can really do the trick.
Another form of “upgrade” is your SEO, to improve the headers, titles, images including keywords. An Upgrade is a lot of work, but in the long run, it’s highly proven to be worthwhile.