Your website is the organisation’s primary point of contact with the outside world. A fancy website may well look presentable, but it’s no good if users aren’t presented to the messages that are important to you and which make sense to the target group. Many websites present a mishmash of archive functions and key messages confusing users – in other words no distinction is made between documentation and communication.

At Great Communication we always focus on the key messages when we design websites. When the messages are in place, it is important that users can access the material where and when it suits them – on smart phones, tablets and computers alike.

This is why we always use responsive design that automatically adapts your website to be presented on any device. This goes for full websites as well as stand-alone campaign sites.

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