Website Design

We build superior websites by combining talented graphic artists with top-notch web programmers. Our specialty is creating websites which incorporate easy-to-use, browser-updateable content. This means that the website's owner can update every aspect of the site's content by themselves without any need to come to the actual web designer. This provides two invaluable services: it dramatically improves the value of the website as a communication tool, and drastically reduces costs and update time.

How it works:

  1. Choose an artist from our talented and diverse roster of designers, so you can achieve exactly the look you want.
  2. Decide what kind of features you want on your website. We can easily build anything from online stores, to photo galleries, to simple paragraphs and pictures you can update yourself.
  3. Sit back and relax while we put it all together for you. The artist concentrates on making a good-looking site, and our programmers take care of making it work well. We also handle domain names, web hosting, search engine submission and all other aspects of an online presence.

What makes us different:

How to get started
Give Nev an email at nev@indivision.ca or a phone call at 250-744-5412 and explain what sort of a website you'd like. Before calling look at our portfolio below to get an idea of what designers and features you might be interested in. He'll work out a quote and a timeline for you.


Portfolio

Here are some examples of a cross-section of the work we've done.

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Ben Van Netten - Artist Site
Ben Van Netten - Artist Site
First of our new-style inexpensive artist websites. Ben's site lets him keep an online catalogue of his art, sorted into galleries of his choosing. All of the art goes into a central database available at http://artvictoria.com

The site also features upcoming show listings, artist statement, curriculum vitae, and all the other key elements for an artist website.
Artist Website
graphics by Ben Van Netten