We are a small web development business based in Wales, established in 2002 (we’ve been around for a while) under the name of W3 Communications Ltd, which we recently changed to Sandfish Software Ltd. Most of our current clients are repeat customers because of the level of service and commitment we provide.
Our client list is very diverse. One of our clients, 'Plates4Less' has a multimillion-pound national website, specialising in number plates. Another client 'James the sweep' is a sole trader who provides a professional chimney sweep service in Kent.
Our strong team of experts is interdisciplinary with diverse backgrounds in marketing, design, developing, content writing, engineering and law. As a small firm, we like to work in partnership with our clients, helping them realise their business vision and plan for the future.
We are always available for project discussions and happy to offer our strategic insights. Our dedicated specialists are hard-working, energetic and fully committed to providing the best affordable service for our customers.
For all our web, ecommerce and bespoke design clients, we offer an easy straightforward payment schedule allowing clients to spread the pressure of project costs while viewing project progress at the same time.
We understand that every client has their own individual set of requirements. Our approach is therefore flexible and any one stage can be re-shuffled dependant on a client's particular needs.
Initial project dialogue is followed by an in-depth requirements analysis with project stakeholders known as Project Scoping.
After this, our team can create project specification documents which outline;- project sprints with deliverables, a client contact schedule and a wireframe outline. All of which allow clients to visualise a visitor's journey through the website or software.
The website/software is developed in accordance with the project specification documentation, deliverable outlines and client contact schedule.
For all website clients - Content related SEO strategies discussed during the specification stage are implemented. This includes our general best-practice content guidelines, focussing on content-based website-specific keywords and website internal and external links.
The website is then populated with your content and social media accounts are integrated.
Prior to the launch, general and user acceptance testing is undertaken. This includes client testing, general functionality testing and speed and performance testing. Any issues raised are corrected prior to the launch.