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Web Design and Development Packages

BASIC

$499

MEDIUM

$999

BASIC

$1299

Our web development services build Your website is more than just a collection of pretty images and well-worded keyword filler. It’s your online presence, the hub of your digital existence, the very storefront of the future. If you’re going to be online, then you need a proper website – one built by professionals who are passionate about what they do, and offer you comprehensive web design packages prices in India that leave nothing out.

BASIC

Custom Home page design

Revisions

Unique Inner Pages Design

Can add more pages

Professional stock photos

Your Logo and Colour Scheme

Mobile-Friendly /Web / Tab (Responsive)

Functionality

Basic SEO

Launch

Product supporter

BASIC

Custom Home page design

Revisions

Unique Inner Pages Design

Can add more pages

Professional stock photos

Your Logo and Colour Scheme

Mobile-Friendly /Web / Tab (Responsive)

Functionality

Basic SEO

Launch

Product supporter​

BASIC

Custom Home page design

Revisions

Unique Inner Pages Design

Can add more pages

Professional stock photos

Your Logo and Colour Scheme

Mobile-Friendly /Web / Tab (Responsive)

Functionality

Basic SEO

Launch

Product supporter​

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Yes, But that may not be needed. We make sure that you get what you asked for. Before we start the work, we will have a consultation with you to understand your needs
Sure, if you have any such issues, we are ready to help. Just contact us and we will take care into it.
There can be many reasons. We will take into account all the reasons and provide the solution for it
No, it is not common. As with us we make usre that you get the best quality app. So there is no need to worry about crashing
If you have a run time error, we will look into it and rectify it.
No, We know that this can be a problem. We take this into account, before the launch and during the development stage.
Of course, yes. We work on cross platform projects. We make use of different platforms and try to integrate them.
Yes, we work on cross platform projects such as react native
Yes, if you need that we are happy to help you and come up with a solution.
Yes, we can use different coding languages, Javascript, python, all can be used.
Mobile app development is the process of building mobile applications on mobile devices
Mobile app development requires creating softwares that can be installed on mobile devices,
Yes, we do test and make sure that everything is working properly. Only then we make the final launch.
Yes, we do take into consideration the scalability of the apps, the hardware requirements and many other aspects of the mobile apps
The best two mobile app platforms are Android and iOS
The different approaches in developing the mobile app are native mobile applications, cross-platform native mobile applications, hybrid mobile applications and progressive web applications

1. Understand the requirement

2. Develop the Product

3. Test the product.

Designers make sure that the mobile application looks crips and pleasurable User Interface Design is the process of making your app look perfect, following the latest design trends, so that it complements the user experience
User experience is what customers feel when they use your products

1. Building User Flow / Diagram for each screen

2. Creating Wireframes

3. Choosing Design patterns, palettes, and elements

4. Creating mockups

5. Creating an animated prototype and asking testable questions

6. Give final touches to the mockup based on user feedback

Mobile Application Development

Mobile application development is the process of creating software applications that run on a mobile device, and a typical mobile application utilizes a network connection to work with remote computing resources. Hence, the mobile development process involves creating installable software bundles (code, binaries, assets, etc.) , implementing backend services such as data access with an API, and testing the application on target devices.

Mobile application development is the process of creating software applications that run on a mobile device, and a typical mobile application utilizes a network connection to work with remote computing resources. Hence, the mobile development process involves creating installable software bundles (code, binaries, assets, etc.) , implementing backend services such as data access with an API, and testing the application on target devices.

Mobile application development is the process of creating software applications that run on a mobile device, and a typical mobile application utilizes a network connection to work with remote computing resources. Hence, the mobile development process involves creating installable software bundles (code, binaries, assets, etc.) , implementing backend services such as data access with an API, and testing the application on target devices.

Mobile application development is the process of creating software applications that run on a mobile device, and a typical mobile application utilizes a network connection to work with remote computing resources. Hence, the mobile development process involves creating installable software bundles (code, binaries, assets, etc.) , implementing backend services such as data access with an API, and testing the application on target devices.

Mobile Applications and Device Platforms

There are two dominant platforms in the modern smartphone market. One is the iOS platform from Apple Inc. The iOS platform is the operating system that powers Apple’s popular line of iPhone smartphones. The second is Android from Google. The Android operating system is used not only by Google devices but also by many other OEMs to built their own smartphones and other smart devices.

Although there are some similarities between these two platforms when building applications, developing for iOS vs. developing for Android involves using different software development kits (SDKs) and different development toolchain. While Apple uses iOS exclusively for its own devices, Google makes Android available to other companies provided they meet specific requirements such as including certain Google applications on the devices they ship. Developers can build apps for hundreds of millions of devices by targeting both of these platforms.

Alternatives for Building Mobile Apps

There are four major development approaches when building mobile applications

  • Native Mobile Applications
  • Cross-Platform Native Mobile Applications
  • Hybrid Mobile Applications
  • Progressive Web Applications

Each of these approaches for developing mobile applications has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. When choosing the right development approach for their projects, developers consider the desired user experience, the computing resources and native features required by the app, the development budget, time targets, and resources available to maintain the app.

  • Native Applications
  • Cross-Platform Applications
  • Hybrid-Web Applications
  • Progressive Web Applications

Why Choose the Hybrid/Cross-platform Approach?

One problem with native mobile application development is that it requires a highly specialized skill set. Although there are large and vibrant developer communities for C and Java — the language families that are mostly used for native development –, there are fewer developers who are knowledgeable in platform-specific versions of those languages and their respective IDEs. In fact, skilled native app developers are in such demand, that many companies are hard-pressed to hire and retain them on staff, and instead they frequently have to resort to outside 3rd party design and development houses to build their apps for them.

How Hybrid and Cross-platform Frameworks Work?

Hybrid apps allow developers to use web technologies of HTML5/CSS/JavaScript and then encapsulate those web applications in a container that allows the web application to act like a native application on the device. Since hybrid mobile apps are just web apps running on an embedded browser environment, most of the code from a web app can be used to build a mobile app. As rendering and runtime performance of mobile browsers are ever-increasing, hybrid development is a viable alternative for web developers who want to build mobile apps quickly.

Similarly, PWAs are written using traditional web application programming technologies usually including some variant of JavaScript, HTML5, and CSS, and are accessed initially through a browser on the device or computer.

Most cross-platform frameworks such as – React Native and Native Script – provides native components to work with the cross-platform code, while some others such as Flutter and Xamarin compiles cross-platform code to the native code for better performance.

The Mobile Application Development Lifecycle

There are two interlinked core components of a mobile application: 1) the mobile application “Front-End” that resides on the mobile device, and 2) the services “Back-End” that supports the mobile front-end.

Front-end vs. Back-end

In the early days of the modern smartphone applications era, mobile applications went through a similar evolution as first websites. At first, the applications and sites where wholly contained within themselves and acted as little more than static advertisements for the brand, company, product, or service.

However, as connectivity and network capabilities improved, the applications became increasingly connected to sources of data and information that lived outside of the app itself, and the apps became increasingly dynamic as they were able to update their UI and content with data received over the network from queries to data sources.

As a result, the mobile front-end applications increasingly rely on and integrated with back-end services which provide data to be consumed through the mobile front-end. Such data can include, for example, product information for e-commerce apps or flight info for travel and reservation apps. For a mobile game, the data may include new levels or challenges and scores or avatars from other players.

How Front-end ‘Talks’ to the Back-end?

The mobile front-end obtains the data from the back-end via a variety of service calls such as APIs. In some cases, these APIs may be owned and operated by the same entity developing the mobile application. In other cases, the API may be controlled by a third party and access is granted to the mobile application via a commercial arrangement.

For example, a developer may obtain social media or advertising content by making calls to media or advertising company services. In this case, a developer may have to sign a contract in order to obtain credentials and a key that grants access to the API and governs how that developer can use it, how much it will cost, or how frequently it may be called, or how much data can be requested over what time period.

Why Developers Use a Cloud-backend?

For most of the applications, mobile developers are responsible for creating and managing the back-end services for their application. The mobile developer may not be an expert or even particularly skilled in spinning up and running a back-end infrastructure.

In such a case, developers may prefer to take advantage of a cloud services provider — a backend-as-a-service provider — that handles all of the drudge work and heavy lifting of managing back-end capabilities, so the developers can focus purely on the features and functionality they are building in their app, without having to worry about scalability, security, and reliability.

The Mobile Application Front-End

The mobile front-end is the visual and interactive part of the application the user experiences. It usually resides on the device, or there is at least an icon representing the app that is visible on the home screen or is pinned in the application catalog of the device. The application can be downloaded from the platform app store, side-loaded directly onto the device, or can be reached through the device’s browser, as in the case for PWAs.

What a Front-end Development Workflow Looks Like?

When a developer says they are a mobile application programmer, they are most often referring to this front-end part of the application, and they are skilled in the languages and technologies that are used to create this front-end application.

Depending on the size of the team producing the app, there may be many different people involved in the design and development of the front-end mobile app. The team size can range from a single developer who does everything associated with building the app, to tens, hundreds, and more people with specialized skills.

For example, there may be dedicated creative/graphics designers who are responsible for creating visual elements of applications like icons, backgrounds, colors, themes and other parts of the app. The team may also have user experience and user interface designs who work on the layout of the components, how they interact with each other and the user. In the case of certain types of games, a team may include motion graphics developers and even engineers who develop engines that govern the physics of how components move in the app, like a car in a racing game.

How Mobile Aps Integrate with the Backend?

Regardless of the size of the team, a critical element of the development effort is building the app logic that is responsible for making network calls to the back-end services, retrieve data and update the data in the back-end systems with new information generated from the app.

These back-end services are typically accessed through a variety of application programming interfaces, most commonly known as APIs. There are different types of APIs, such as REST and GraphQL, and there are also a wide variety of means and styles of accessing them. While some back-end service APIs are available directly to the application through calls in the platform itself, many of the specialized services have to be integrated into the app via a software development kit, commonly known as an SDK. Once the SDK has been added to the app via the development environment, then the application can make use of the APIs defined in the SDK.

How to Interact with the Backend Data?

An example of a back-end service for a mobile front-end could be a database that contains information used in the app. To access the database directly, the mobile developer would have to know the network location of the database, the protocol for accessing the database, the credentials for authenticating and authorizing the data access, and the specific database commands needed to extract the needed data.

Alternatively, the developer can utilize a specialized API when interacting with the database; the developer may only have to know the parameters needed in a method call to get or updated the needed information. In some cases, the mobile developer may develop these APIs themselves or use the API definition provided to them by the owner/operator of the back-end resource.

Typically, a REST API is used to interact with data sources on the cloud, such as a cloud database. A GraphQL API is also another option for developers, as it makes easy to work with backend data in a mobile application. GraphQL provides querying support through a single API endpoint, and a data schema that can be used to build and easily extend data models that are used in the app.

The Mobile Application Back-End

Regardless of what front-end platform or development methodology is being used, delivering high-quality mobile applications that delight and retain users requires reliable back-end services.

Given the critical importance of back-end services for the success of the mobile application, the developers have several important architectural decisions that they must consider. These decisions include which services should they build themselves and which third party services should they leverage, and then should they run and maintain their own services or should they take advantage of 3rd party services.

The answer is increasingly clear; to improve developer productivity and efficiency, mobile app programmers should only build their own services if they are highly specific to the domain of the application and embody unique intellectual property. Also, even for the services they build themselves, they should almost always leverage cloud-based services to build and maintain their backend infrastructure.

Key Mobile Application Services

There are hundreds of cloud and 3rd party services that mobile application developers can leverage to speed up the development and delivery of their applications. However, it’s unlikely that a developer is going to be able to become an expert in each of these individual services.

Instead, the mobile developers should look for a development environment that makes it easier for them to integrate, use, and consume the most commonly required capabilities into their application quickly and easily, while still preserving the freedom to take advantage of the many individual services available.

Essential

  • User Sign-up/Sign-in and Management
  • Social login (Facebook sign-in, Twitter sign-in, etc.)
  • Analytics and User Engagement
  • Push Notifications
  • Real Device Testing

Data Services

  • Cloud Storage
  • Real-time and Offline Data
  • Application Logic/Cloud Functions

Machine Learning

  • Conversational Bots
  • Image and Video Recognition
  • Speech Recognition
WEB DEVELOPMENT PACKAGES

Web Design and Development Packages

Our web development services build Your website is more than just a collection of pretty images and well-worded keyword filler. It’s your online presence, the hub of your digital existence, the very storefront of the future. If you’re going to be online, then you need a proper website – one built by professionals who are passionate about what they do, and offer you comprehensive web design packages prices in India that leave nothing out.

$12

Business Website Packages – Best Web development services

  • Custom Home page design
  • Revisions
  • Unique Inner Pages Design
  • Can add more pages
  • Professional stock photos
  • Your Logo and Colour Scheme
  • Mobile-Friendly /Web / Tab (Responsive)
  • Total Number of Pages
  • Secure WordPress CMS
  • Unlimited users
  • Contact Us form (with Captcha)
  • Lead Capture
  • Live chat feature
  • Media library
  • Easily add links & media
  • Sliding banner feature
  • Home Page
  • Blog Setup
  • Cart funnel analysis & recommendations
  • Google Product Listing Ads**
  • Google & Facebook Remarketing Setup**
  • Heatmap Integration & Analysis
  • Call Taps Tracking
  • Heatmap Report Generation***
  • Domain Name
  • Webhosting
  • SSL Security
  • Free Maintenance Period (Post Launch)
  • Product Setup Assistance
  • Website Training
  • Addional Ecommerce Solutions
  • Source Code
$ 499

StartUp

  • Yes
  • 2
  • 4
  • Customer
  • Up to 5 pages
  • Home page
  • Customer
  • Customer
  • Customer
$ 999

Business

  • 3
  • 8
  • Customer
  • Up to 9 pages
  • Up to 2 pages
  • 10GB / 12 month
$ 1299

Premium

  • Up to 12 pages
  • Up to 5 Pages
  • 20GB / 12 month

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Voice search has become increasingly popular in recent years. An estimated 50% of searches are done using voice search, which equals to about 20,000 searches every second. Optimizing for voice search allows brands to drive more traffic and improve overall user experience.

Site migration occurs when a website undergoes substantial changes that could potentially affect SEO. This normally occurs when a business is rebranding, moving from one domain to another, migrating from HTTP to HTTPS, or replatforming. To reduce migration risks, brands should always start small, plan ahead, test, monitor traffic, resolve any content issues, manage sitemaps, and most importantly, keep control of the old domain.

To be eligible for rich results in Google Search, websites must follow the structured data guidelines set by Google. Structured data must be coded using one of the three different supported formats: JSON-LD, Microdata, and RDFa. The content of the structured data must be relevant, original, complete, and can not be spam.

Structured data is a standardized way of providing information about a page that allows search engines to better understand the content of the page. Using structured data on your website will enable special search result features, such as Carousels, Courses, Events, FAQs, Images, and other rich results.

An image map is commonly used on websites for navigation. The image would feature clickable areas that linked to a different destination. These maps are mainly used when the information is easier to convey using visually over textual content. Despite their popularity in the past, image maps should no longer be used in web design. Not only are image maps unnecessarily complicated, they can slow page load times and confuse users.

Technical SEO refers to improving technical elements in an effort to improve search engine rankings. This includes server connection, responsive design, fast site speed, security, redirects, and site architecture. Focusing on these on-page elements will help improve how well search engines can crawl your website to index content.

The best way to learn about your audience is through social media engagement. Pay attention to the posts that receive the most comments, likes, and shares. These insights will show you the topics and messages that users value. By using similar topics and verbiage, companies can create content that website users will be interested in. Surveys also provide a straightforward way to understand your target demographics by learning about your current audience. Companies can embed the survey into the website itself, or ask questions through emails and social media posts.

An image caption is the text that appears in a gray box underneath the image on a webpage. The caption is meant to provide additional context to the reader as they scan through the article. Captions should be no more than two sentences long and should explain the who, what, when, where, and why of the image.

Anchor text is the clickable text on a webpage that links to another webpage or initiates a file download. Anchor text is typically signified on the page by a different font or text color, and will become underlined when hovered over. The text itself should be chosen carefully – it should tell users exactly what to expect before they click on the link.

Yes! Search engines can not read textual content within images, but it can read image titles. This means your blog post can appear on the image search results page – if your images are titled properly. Try matching the image title to the topic of the blog post. You can even use the blog title as the image title to ensure relevancy and boost image SEO.

For starters, it is always better to use actual text for blog titles, instead of images or graphics. Since search engines can not read the text on an image, your blog will not reap the SEO benefits of the title. Keywords and phrases should be placed at the beginning of the blog title to ensure it appears on the results page. Search engines normally cut titles off after 60 characters on the SERPs.

Blog titles play an important role in SEO. Search engines prefer to rank blog posts that prove relevant to users. That is why the best way to choose a blog title is to think like a search engine user. What would they search to get the information you provide in your blog? If your blog title matches what users are searching for, your post is more likely to rank, and rank highly.

A landing page is the webpage a visitor ends up at after clicking on a link in an email, social media post, ad, or any other marketing platform. The page is meant to convert leads into customers. In order to accomplish this, your landing page must include dynamic design trends, such as animations, illustrations, and other interactive elements. These elements keep users engaged and interested longer than a static landing page, which will encourage conversions.

White space refers to the unused space surrounding elements on a website. The space is used to frame or separate objects and give designs more structure. The space is commonly white, hence the name, but it can be any solid background color. The empty areas can be found between visuals, in margins, between text, and any other blank areas between design elements.

User-generated content is important for the very reason testimonials and reviews are important. Consumers tend to trust the opinions of other consumers compared to content created by brands themselves. User-generated content is one-of-a-kind content that can not be manufactured or replicated. It allows brands to engage with users and reach a wider audience.

User-generated content is exactly that – any content that has been created by a user and posted to social media or other online platforms. This includes text, photos, videos, reviews, and audio content that features a brand’s product or service.

The answer is simple: WordPress. For starters, WordPress makes it easy to customize and update your website. There are thousands of different themes and plugins to choose from, which means you can turn the website you have always wanted into a reality. Once you create content, you want to share it with your audience as soon as possible. WordPress’s intuitive editor allows businesses to easily format and publish content.

Yes! Word of mouth can be great, but a majority of consumers find and research companies online before making any purchases. An online presence gives your company credibility and boosts brand awareness. Plus, websites are an avenue for endless marketing strategies, including e-commerce, online customer service, and consumer engagement.