Liverpool City Region website
by Web Design Halton

Welcome to the current web design developments by 'Web Design Halton'. We only create websites that are responsive to multiple devices and most importantly, fully functional. We believe the client to be the most important person in the development of any website. We encourage as much input into the design and styling of any project we choose to embark on with our clients. Client satisfaction is of paramount importance to 'Web Design Halton'.

LiverpoolCityRegion.uk

Liverpool City Region website

The 'Liverpool City Region' is an official government council. The super council is made from the 6 local Liverpool regional authorities of Liverpool, Wirral, Sefton, Knowsley, Halton and St.Helens.

The Liverpool city region is an ever-changing economy, comprising of over one and a half million people.

Throughout the years, the Liverpool city region has produced an insurmountable quantity of quality talented individuals. The LiverpoolCityRegion.uk 'Hall of Fame' pays homage to such individuals.

Along with the region's rich sporting and musical heritage, the website also covers major multi-billion pound private and publicly funded projects that have altered the region, or are due to in the future.

The website is the result of a lengthy planning and research process. It attempts to emcompass a range of topics relevant to the region.

During the design and development of a large content website like the 'LiverpoolCityRegion.uk', decisions were made to incorporate the excessive amount of data - without compromising the simple user-friendly feel of the site.

The website informatively provides a sea of knowledge about the maritime Merseyside region, including current affairs, past historical events, main associations and major tourist attractions, providing an excellent resource of information for inhabitants of the six boroughs. Whilst also providing a fun environment for those little local historians, through fun regional-based games and puzzles.

There are various stages to developing your ideal website. As a client, your first order of business, is to sit down and realise the true pro's and con's of any potential project you wish to commit to. Following your own critical assessment of your own ideas and a willingness to procede. You may be at the stage were a developer such as 'Web Design Halton', can help and take on the project.
When a client first approaches 'Web Design Halton' to build a website. Our approach is to gather as much details for the new project as possible.
When an agreement has been made to commence a new project, the information stage commences.
This consists of a period, whereby data is collected by 'Web Design Halton'. Including various content, in the form of images, videos, music and text. When the extent of the content is assessed for suitable funtionalities, the design stage starts. Only at this stage, the actual development of the website begins.

Responsive Websites for Desktops, Tablets & Mobiles

Liverpool City Region web design

The 'LiverpoolCityRegion.uk' website, has been configured to function on various operating systems, devices and web browsers. At a higher resolution, the desktop navigation menu displays the drop-down options in all its glory. The main slide feature on the home page is visible as a large display.

As the screen descends in size, the websites user-friendly appealability is clear to see. Automated features enable the website to adapt and evolve, to the various differences in each viewers platform.

At small mobile-sized screens, the Liverpool City Region website displays a new header; text and headings are adjusted for easy-viewing; the easy-touch screen navigation menu display kicks-in and other functionalities, are either adapted to the smaller display, or selectively removed.

Ultimately for 'Web Design Halton', it's about client satisfaction. Throughout the course of any project, we encourage our clients to have as much input as they would like to have. We are always open to suggestions for: styling preferences; navigational menu prioritization; the expected feel; look and user-friendliness of the website.

When new website owners are happy with their site design, we agree on a date to launch the website. Only then will we go live with a clients website.