A Web Application is a piece of software that does something on the web. It can do most anything needed
that you might want to do on a desktop application.
Web applications are an advantage over traditional software applications for two main reasons...
1. Wide distribution - Web applications are available to anyone with an internet connection. Of course,
you can limit availability to your own organization's network, or limit access to portions of the website through logins or similar means.
2. Instant updates - Traditional software was distributed via hard media such as a Compact Disc.
No longer do you need to send out a new version of your software for updates -
the software lives on the web server and is updated whenever you want without inconveniencing users on the other end.
Systems integration, customer records, inventory, automated processes.
Moving data between one system to another.
Simple to complex database design and implementation.
We approach the presentation of your data with careful consideration to modern design principles.
In practice, this means we pay special attention to the following...
It is important that each page has a strong purpose in itself
that is easy to grasp quickly.
We build consistency with other pages in terms of color,
layout, type design, menu, etc.
Our design elements will take a backseat to your content. This means we
prioritize your content visually on every page.
Each page must be easily scannable so a user can pick out a
topic / function that they are looking for without reading blocks of text.
The detailed information is good to have there, but it must be broken up intelligently
with headers and other design elements.