LogicLink is a web development and hosting company. We can help you realise your online presence from concept to completion.
How to easily register a web domain.
- Think of a name you would like to use (www.yourcompany.co.za or www.topmoviereviews.co.za)
- We check the availability of the chosen name and register it with UniForum
- Once registered we help you choose a hosting package that best suits the needs of you or your company
- We set up your email addresses (email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org)
That's it! You can start sending and receiving emails from your new domain. Now you need to present an appearance to the rest of the world.
How to get your website up and running.
- You choose a few options on how you want the overall design to look like (colours, layout, etc.)
- We present you with three different template designs based on your criteria, you select one of them and we tweak it until you are completely satisfied with the design
- Decide on the operations you wish the site to perform (photo gallery, newsletter, blog, product displays, online shop, etc.)
- All web development done by us includes a secure site administration tool where you can update any of your content pages at any time. There is no limit on how many pages you can have on your site. You can create, update or delete pages and it will immediately reflect on the site. An online enquiries form is also included.
- Development starts. The timeline for site development can be anything from one to eight weeks, depending on website operations
We focus on the aspects of an agile methodology that embrace transparent and open collaboration, constant feedback loops, and a strong ability to respond quickly to changing requirements.
Gathering feedback is of fundamental importance to agile development. Feedback from the users of the application and other project stakeholders, feedback from the development team members, and feedback directly from the software itself. Developing software in a manner that will allow it to tell you when something is broken can turn the fear associated with integrating and deploying web applications into complete certainty that the website application performs optimally.