Why Choose Yapico?
Why choose Yapico to build your website? We offer personalised assistance and support from beginning to end, and beyond. Regardless of what you know about the internet, our aim is to build, not simply an application that we think works best, but one that will work best with your goal. We can offer ample advice based on our experience and market knowledge, but ultimately we work for you. You imagine, we build! That is the Yapico guarantee.
Even the most complex websites and applications should look simple. So no matter what is “under the hood”, our philosophy is that everything should just… work! We build our sites with a content management system (CMS) which allows for easy updates. We also plan out each website so that it is easy for all end users to navigate. Whether it’s for you as the website manager, or for your target audience, simplicity is best!
PHP is a scripting language that is used, usually to create dynamic or interactive websites and used to display image content as well as general page structure.
CSS (or Cascading Style Sheet) is a language that is used to tell elements of the website (that have been tagged with HTML) what to do. CSS creates the look and feel of the website.
Photoshop is an important element in website design, allowing for visual elements to be customised and edited to fit the specific needs of the website that is being developed.
Search Engine Optimisation is vital in letting the public know about your website. It optimises the searchability of your website in Google, Bing and other search engines.
HTML (or Hypertext Markup Language) is a language that is used to organising and tagging scripted language to create different styles of fonts, graphics and links.
WordPress is a fully functional CMS (content management system) which allows changes to your website to be made right on the server, rather than through ftp uploading.
All of our websites are tested across all major browsers to ensure compatibility. In other words, if your website is viewed by someone using IE10, it should look the same way as someone viewing your website in Firefox, or Google Chrome. This is an essential step in solid web design.