Itexpression was established in 2001, and focused on web development until mobile development came into play. We have steadily grown over the last 13 years to build a great team of professionals.
We develop website using JAVA, PYTHON, .NET, PHP
We build iPhone/iPad and Android app using Objevtive-C and JAVA
When building websites or mobile apps, it rarely matters whether it is developed using a particularly programming language. To the person clicking through your website or your app, the user experience is generally the same. However, we do work with some clients who have a specific development platform need based on their business structure or other systems they use. We will work with you to determine the best solutions for your project.
Yes, and there are many options for such a scenario. The key thing to remember is that the priority is getting your content to your users – i.e. current and potential customers and clients. What we aim to do is strategize what the best way is to get your content to mobile users and determine the right solution based on budget, time, technical limitations, and schedule.
When responsive web design is not a viable solution, a dedicated mobile site or application may be the best route. This approach paves the way for a “mobile first” approach by starting with a mobile/tablet responsive experience that can be developed to become your full online experience.
By limiting your content to the most important, you ensure that your website is focused and optimized for users who are on the go and don’t have time to sift through multiple pages on your site to get to what they are looking for.
Yes and yes! We have a talented team of designers who know how to design for the web. What does that mean? Well, not all designers understand the difference between creating a design for a magazine or printed piece versus designing for a website experience.
Our designers focus on creating the look that’s right for you, while keeping in mind the end user-experience, as well. We want to make sure your website will load into the browser quickly, and users can easily navigate to the information they are seeking.
We also work with a variety of local and national marketing firms or independent contractors. What is the best fit for you is priority.
Definitely! Just because your mobile traffic is low that shouldn’t be regarded as a sign that you do not need a mobile solution.
It may be that mobile users have been turned away from your site due to a lack of accessibility or poor user experience. Responsive web designs are centered on the idea that all users, regardless of device, should have access to all content. When you have a responsive site, you’re projecting the message that your bussiness or organization is ‘future-friendly’ and that you care how your content is viewed by everyone – current and future customers alike.
In our tech-based world, we’re getting further and further from desktop-only sites on the web. The number of mobile users increases substantially every year. What kind of experience does your current site provide to someone viewing your site on their iPhone? Responsive web design is not a trend. It’s a bulletproof practice that ensures your site is accessible to everyone – even if they don’t own a traditional computer.
Responsive web design (RWD) is a web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience —easy reading and simple, inuitive navigation with a minimum amount of resizing, panning, and scrolling by a site visitor — across a wide range of mobile devices, as well as traditional desktop computers.
CMS stands for Content Management System. Simply put, it is a web-based tool for you to manage the text, images, and other content within your website. All you need is access to the internet.
A sitemap is an outline of your website with a list of pages that will be included, and the navigation structure. Below is an example. The items in ALL CAPS would represent the top-level navigation (main links), and the others listed below would be pages linked through a drop-down menu.
A wireframe is a visual representation of the requirements for a project. It may be a flow-diagram of a sitemap, or how information will be processed through a website. It may also be a high-level mock-up of how the proposed website might look. Wireframes don’t include color-schemes and graphics. Think of it as someone sketching out a rough draft on paper.
Wireframes are great ways for clients to understand and approve work to be done…especially with more complex projects that may include online forms.
SEO stands for search engine optimization, which is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page within a search engine’s “natural” or un-paid (organic) search results. All major search engines such as Google, Yahoo!, and Bing have such results, where web pages and other content are shown and ranked based on what the search engine considers most relevant to users. Optimizing your site ensures pages on your site rank higher for web users looking for specificially targeted search terms.