v2Media: Design, Develop, Support

The Website's Design

The design for the v2media website is inspired from the experience of working at night in the peaceful, wee-hours. Often designers and developers will do their best work after-hours when feeling relaxed and have no source of distractions or interruptions. So the v2Media web design celebrates those 'creative quiet times' with its subdued colours, a low level of light, and as few distractions as possible.

Only 10-20% of new business arrive via this website. Most of our new work is generated by client referrals and on-line marketing. So this website only receives 10-20% of our marketing efforts. A savvy client once mentioned to me,

"It's frustrating trying to find information about web design services. You know, like the executive summary of it all. Everywhere I look it's carbon sales copy and bloody marketing hype!" - Roy.

Now that's a call to action that any web design business owner should head. The v2Media website offers that executive summary. It's primary purpose is to inform and secondly to invite requests for proposals.

-- by Mark Senden.

The Philosophy

First and foremost, v2Media has a reputation for business integrity and a passion for building websites. What we say is what we do. We want to help you get a stake in the Internet pie and stick with you for the long haul.

The way we see it, v2Media hasn't sold a product or service until the Client has returned for additional work or referred us. We know that our work and integrity is appreciated by way of referrals from our existing clients [Ed: and the thank-you calls & emails!]. 90% of new v2Media clients arrive after being referred. So client's are royalty in our philosophy; when they call, we jump to it and get the job done.

The websites and applications that v2Media design and develop are primarily focused on business processes and performing required tasks efficiently. Our focus is on getting the job done on time, within budget, and according to the needs of the client's business and target market. Only when we've nailed the job do we consider technological bells and whistles or high-end design to enhance the performance of the product. Keeping it simple is the key to our success.