Our significant experience in Technical Support, Network Design & Deployment, Programming and Web Development has given us a unique edge while our enthusiastic and professional approach has ensured customer satisfaction and project success.
Every solution we provide is seen as an individual project and every request seen as an opportunity to improve things. When presented with a brief, we like to analyze and discuss the requirements with our clients, using the benefits of our expertise and our client’s knowledge, we produce the best result possible.
To ensure we are offering our customers the best possible solution available, we constantly update our knowledge and stay aprised of the latest technologies and service offerings.
We have also created various strategic partnerships with providers, including Microsoft and GFI in order to ensure we can offer our customers the best value for money possible.
At Fresh Mango we build our websites using the latest web design standards and techniques. We use ‘semantically correct’ HTML5 (which means we use HTML as it is supposed to be used – much rarer than you’d think) along with CSS for layout. HTML5 is the most recent version of the code use to make websites.
As well as helping build your website, we also help to create a consistent brand across social networking platforms. This is ensures brand is visible, professional and consistent.
We can provide assistance with both digital and traditional marketing, creating everything from business cards & stationary through to Facebook marketing campaigns and online advertising.
If you’re starting a new business or simply looking to refresh the branding of your existing one, we can create a fresh professional logo, stationary and digital re-brand to enable you to launch a consistent, unique and high impact campaign.
Websites designed using the latest standards can easily be ported over to different screen types or devices ( such as PDAs or SmartPhones ) with out creating a whole new version of the website.
Fresh Mango often utilize a new technique coined ‘Responsive Design’ in 2011 to produce websites that actually adapt to produce the best possible experience for the user, based on the device they are using (see our separate document ‘Response Web Design’ for more details).
Not only are our websites developed to have minimal clutter (increasing your ratio of content to code - a search engine must-have), they also have truly unique code information (meta tags, title tags, etc.) which are key triggers for better search engine ranking.
Our website also form 'proper' URLS, integrating keywords in the web address
Due to the fact that the design specifications for the website are stored seperately, many updates 'site wide' e.g. text font/colour, can be done in just a few seconds in a well constructed standards-based website, whether the website has 5 pages or 5000.
After the user has visited the first page on a website, all the design elements of the website are cached, this means that every page the user browses after that first page only has to load the content - this makes for faster loading pages. In addition, as described above in the “Search Engine Optimization” section, much less code is needed to display the same content, meaning there is less code for a user to download before the page is visible.
Unlike many of our competitors, we strip out unncessary code and bulky external plugins, making our websites generally load a minimum of twice as fast on the first visit. This same technique makes a huge impact for user browser on cellular connections.
All of our websites include integration with popular social networking sites to ensure that the content can easily be shared, spreading your companies message as efficiently and effortlessly as possible.
Elton Georges, the BVI Complaints Commissioner, wrote to us following the completion of the Complaints Commissioner website (www.ombudsman.vg), saying:
It would be remiss of me not to formally write to you and express my appreciation and that of my staff, for the first-rate work that you have done building the new website for the Complaints Commission. We have received several favourable comments on the web design and functionality of the site especially, and you would be happy to learn that we have already processed complaints submitted online. our goals of
(a) envisioning a concept for the website
(b) keeping construction manageable using a carefully controlled working outline
(c) reaching our targeted audience, and allowing more convenient and private means by which to submit a complaint, and
(d) arranging the website as a whole, intelligently functioning unit that expresses our ideas, were all realized...
Once again, many thanks to you and your staff for a job well done