Many of our customers have voiced their complaints about web design. On one hand, you have the DIY templates which are too rigid and inflexible, charge you monthly in perpetuity and you don’t actually own the site.
On the other hand, you have custom-designed sites that cost a lot to build, don’t allow you to make changes unless you can code, may not be responsive/mobile-friendly, and force you to pay a developer every time you want to change content or images.
Nett Solutions offers an affordable, cost-effective web design solution that solves all the problems listed above. We offer CMS (Content Management System) websites built on simple platforms such as Joomla and WordPress. What does that mean, exactly? It means you get the best of both worlds.
The Benefits of a CMS Website Are:
Many businesses are in dynamic, evolving industries. Things are constantly changing so the content on your site needs to be updated regularly. CMS websites give you the power to make these changes to your custom-designed site without the need to pay your designer each time. As an FYI, the content you are reading now was uploaded by someone who has never taken a single HTML class. Our highly skilled, U.S.-based developer “geeks” built this CMS site so anyone on our “non-geek” consulting team can change the content. Feel free to contact us directly if you have any questions about this.
Call 949-330-7060 so we can make your web design vision a reality.
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Meaning of picture:
I’m wildly influenced and motivated by the aesthetics of my environment and Simon Bailly’s retrofuture art style is a near perfect aesthetic.
People say I look like:
Aaron Taylor-Johnson (or at least that’s what my coworkers said when I asked [I had to Google him])
When I call in “sick,” I’m really:
Sick. I would never fake an illness in order to stay in bed watching movies all day. Literally have never done that before…
Quit hockey and moved back to sunny Southern California.
Try to stop passing off existentially charged and self deprecating commentary about my own existence as jokes.
Trying to find meaning in life while dealing with the banal repetition of day in, day out tasks. Oh no, I did it again…
Favorite pickup line:
Pointing to an empty part of the room and saying “My friend over there thinks you’re cute” and proceeding to indiscriminately sprint to the spot you were pointing at.
Interstellar, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, and Django Unchained. Picking one isn’t happening.
My parents always nag me about:
Leaving my lights on. It’s a bad habit. I’m working on it.
“The struggle itself toward the heights is enough to fill a man’s heart. One must imagine Sisyphus happy.” – Albert Camus