High-Quality, Fast Websites

Five Parts of Website Development

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Website Development encompasses all the planning, programming and testing to make sure a website works well for every person who visits. At Websites in a Flash, we specialize in creating high-quality websites for businesses and professionals of all types. When we start development on a new site, we focus on these five parts of the website:

1. Website Speed

One of the most important aspects of a website is how quickly the website loads. This focus is one of the reasons Websites in a Flash is a unique company in today’s web industry. We do not use bloated, pre-built website themes or host on shared servers. Whenever possible, we use custom, hand-coded applications instead of unnecessary plugins.

2. Responsive (Mobile-Friendly) Websites

Our experienced website developers use the latest, best-practices to create your website in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and more. We know that your website visitors will use computers, phones, and tablets with every possible screen size. We make sure your website responds well to every computer, browser and screen size, so everyone has a great user experience.

3. User Experience

User Experience is more than just being mobile friendly. We build our websites to be easy for users of every generation to use. We can push the limits of web design without losing or confusing your visitors.

4. Future Expansion

A website is a big investment for a business. It’s important that any future changes does not require a complete overhaul. We build websites to easily add new features. All of our website designs can be swapped out of a new custom website design with minimal additional programming work.

5. Search Engine Friendly (SEO)

While Search Engines may not be the most important advertising vehicle for some businesses, Google’s approval can make or break how your website performs. We follow the best, white-hat SEO practices to give your website a great starting relationship with Search Engines. Future SEO upgrades are available.

Why Your Website Speed Matters

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The 10 Second Website Rule

A website has less than 10 seconds to convince a visitor to stay. If a website takes 15 seconds to load, visitors will leave before they even see the website. Every extra second your website takes to load is another second of your visitors time you waste. Because we get into the nitty-gritty of developing websites, we can keep our websites as small as possible.

Why Choose Websites in a Flash?

Experience & Excellence

With over 20 years of experience in Website Design, User Experience, and Website Development, we are the team to help you build your custom website design. We are passionate about what we do. And we understand what it takes to create and run a successful website that can expand and evolve well into the future. We have created a unique 4-Step Design Process to make sure your website design is a brilliant representation of your brand, accomplishes your online business goals, and loads quickly.

Customer Care

We care about your success and will do everything we can to help you and your business succeed. When we develop a website for you, it’s important that it be easy for you to manage and keep up to date but also easy to work with and expand into the future. We have heard all the horror stories of unresponsive web developers who built a monstrosity of a website that can’t be updated or changed. We work hard to keep our 100% 5-star rating by going the extra mile for our customers before, during, and after their website is live.

Problem Solving

We pride ourselves on being able to solve our client’s problems whether it is for a new website or repairing a current website. We will investigate new techniques, test to find out what works, and implement the best solutions. We will do it the right way the first time.

What Our Clients Say About Us

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I had a great experience with with Ashton and the team at Websites in a Flash. We had an existing website that we wanted to replace with a WordPress site that had similar look and feel, but some updates, too. Websites in a Flash had a first draft up pretty quickly and from there we worked together to polish it off.
Throughout the process Websites in a Flash was recommending changes that would help improve our search results on Google. Our old website was limited with most of our item info and events being listed on a POS specific store. One goal of the re-write was to capture all of the info on our own website.
We use a POS system specific to wineries that recently released an API to pull items. Websites in a Flash utilized this feature to display everything on our website rather than only showing items on the POS specific store. Since it was a new API, there were some hurdles which Websites in a Flash worked directly with the vendor to overcome.
Overall, I am pleased with our new site and the process to get to it.

-Bethany B, Co-Owner, Chris James Cellars

Meet Our Team Leaders

Over 20 Years Of Experience Each

Ashton Sanders
CEO and Lead Developer

Ashton creates unique, websites by hand, with an eye for user experience, quick page load speed, and optimization. He’s a problem solver and is available.

Creative Director and Project Manager

Katie specializes in designing websites, logos, and print media. She understands what it takes to showcase your brand and build confidence with your customers. She is sharp and easy to work with.

How Can We Help You?

Contact Websites in a Flash

Oregon Office: 413-274-8667

California Office: 424-209-2450

[email protected]

Website Programming and Coding

How a website is developed and programmed in the beginning is like building a car: if you don’t follow each step correctly it together right in the first place, it’s going to cost you in the end. It is very important to keep all of your options open. When we develop a website there are many things that we keep in mind. Here are some of the most important:

  1. It Works: Functionality is the most obvious, and the most important. We double check to make sure everything is working on all major desktop and mobile browsers.
  2. User Experience: Website developers must always keep the end user in mind. If a website works perfectly but is hard for the average user to understand or figure out, that website will have a hard time getting and retaining customers.
  3. Load Time: 
  4. Scalability: Scalability means that your website is able to handle growing amounts of traffic easily or with few upgrades. This is especially true if your website is working on viral marketing where at any time you may have a huge influx of visitors.