With over four years experience in freelancing, I can offer a large scope of services for your needs, these include:
With my help I can make your website stand out from your competitors and capture your market's attention with a clear and concise message.
KEY GRAPHIC DESIGN AND WEB DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
Business Value: Refers to all forms of value to a firm. This includes economic value, employee value, customer value, supplier value, channel partner value, alliance partner value, managerial value, and societal value. Many of these forms of value are not directly measured in monetary terms.
Brand: Both a physical and emotional trigger that creates a relationship between consumers and the product or service.
Branding: A method used to create an acquired response from a target audience based on collective impressions and positive reinforcement. Branding is not solely used to generate clicks or visitors. It is geared towards increased product or company name awareness and lifelong customers.
Domain: In business, domain refers to a particular industry or group of enterprises in which similar products or services are developed, marketed and sold using similar methods. Broad examples of domains are: hospitality, real estate, healthcare and retail.
E-mail Marketing: Sending e-mails with the purpose of enhancing the relationship of an organization with its prospective, current and previous customers, and to encourage customer loyalty and repeated transactions.
Emerging Media: Emerging Media: Refers to new media trends like RSS (Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary), Blogging, Podcasting, and Wireless messaging.
Interactive Branding: Using interactive media like the Internet, mobile phones, PDAs etc. to engage users with the aim of increasing product, service or company name awareness and lifelong customers.
Online Marketing: Using the Internet to disseminate information, communicate with the marketplace, advertise, promote, sell and/or distribute products or services.
Online Advertising: Advertising that is done exclusively on the web or through email. Interactive Media: Refers to the online, Internet, or web environment that allows users to interact with the content.
Podcasting: A method of distributing multimedia files, such as audio programs or music videos, over the Internet, for playback on mobile devices and personal computers.
Information Architecture: Organizing the presentation and navigation of information so that users will be able to easily find and use it.
Visual Design: Refers to developing visual materials to create an experience. Visual Design spans the fields of Graphic Design, Illustration, Typography, Layout, Colour Theory, Iconography, Signage, Photography, etc. and any medium, including online, broadcast, print, outdoor, etc.
Content Development: The development of words, images, audio, video and links that a user can view and interact with.
Compression Curve Technology (CCT): VENU’s proprietary image optimising technology.
Content Management System (CMS): With reference to websites, a CMS is a collection of tools designed to allow the creation, modification organisation and removal of information from a website.
Ecommerce: Conducting business, in the form of buying and selling goods and services, on the Internet.
Web Analytics: Using tools to collect and analyse data, on user behaviour, on a website.
Intranet: A smaller network of computers, for sharing information within a single organization or building.
Extranet: A secure network allows the sharing of part of an organisation’s business or operations information with suppliers, vendors, partners, customers, or other businesses. An extranet can be viewed as part of a company's intranet that is extended to users outside the company.
Portal: A website that offers a variety of resources, services and links, especially within a particular industry, occupation or field.
Usability: The level to which the design of a user interface takes into account the human psychology and physiology of the users, and makes the process of using the system effective and satisfying. It describes how well a product can be used for its intended purpose by its prospects with efficiency and satisfaction.
User Experience: The overall experience, a user, customer, or target audience has with a product, service, or event. In terms of Usability, this experience is defined in terms of ease-of-use.
User Interface Design: is the design of the system or interface with which a user has direct contact and with which they interact to conduct certain actions.
Viral Marketing: Using interactive media to stimulate and encourage word-of-mouth or message dissemination between individuals.
Web Application: An application delivered to users from a web server over a network such as the World Wide Web or an intranet. Take a look at our e-brochure for an example of a web application.
Web Design: Involves the layout of graphics, text, and images while designing a web page, website or web application
Web Development: Includes all the areas that go into the creation a website for the World Wide Web, from web design, programming, server administration and content management to marketing, testing and deployment. The term is also used to refer to the back end operations of programming and server administration.
Wireframe: A framework of every click-through possibility on a website in terms of a text-only action, decision or experience model. Wireframes reason the flow of a client’s specific logical and business functions, by identifying all the entry and exit points target users will experience on every page of the website. Wireframes ensure that the needs of the client and its prospects will be met successfully in the resulting website.