A website is the foundation of your marketing efforts
Have a look what include our websites
Your Music Solution
Our Designs are developed to accommodate the different genres of music. Anywhere from a music lover to DJs and full bands. You will find that UNIK will satisfy your wants and needs in a music Theme from top to bottom.
Our Design is 100% responsive with all devices supported using bootstrap v3.1.1. Try on your favorite iToy or android devices and it will blow your mind how good the theme looks.
Different Audio Players
It comes with a footer list type music player, a featured music and a normal player using the wp audio shortcode. Have a go at switching between songs. we made sure that you never have two songs playing at the same time.
Soundcloud & Mixcloud
Add your soundcloud songs or Mixcloud sessions and creations to your theme with ease using shortcodes. I mean who would not want that.
Vimeo & Youtube
Let your fans see your newly published videos, you can either select your videos from Vimeo or Youtube and adding them is a piece of cake by using simple shortcodes.
Share your music throughout all the social media sites. Let your audience find out who you are and wher you will be touring. One thing i have to mention is our book us form that will help you getting dates reserved by your audience or establishments.
Content Management System (CMS)
All our Websites are done by CMS on WordPress.
A Web Content Management System is typically a software tool used by both technical and non-technical staff to manage the creation of structured web pages for a web based experience such as an Internet Website, Intranet or Extranet solution.
In the modern world, we are all used to the idea that we can create our own documents - but if you go back 15 or so years - the only way you could create a website was by understanding 'HTML' - which few did. Products like Dreamweaver and Frontpage were not around - which meant that pretty much if you wanted to have a website (internet, extranet, intranet) then you needed someone with technical skills to write it - but not only that - once they had written it you still needed someone technical to change it - as it involved reading HTML code to determine where to add content.
As a result of the above - anyone with a website pretty much ran a 'centralised creation process' for web content. The 'norm' would be that if you had information you wanted on a web page you would send it via email to the 'web team' who would then amend an existing page or create a new one (if you were lucky you would get to 'approve' the page before it went live - if not you just accepted the formatting of the web team).
Web Content Management early days
Web Content Management systems were developed to resolve the issue of having highly experienced technical staff adding low level content to a website. From vendors you would (and still do) hear phrases like 'decentralised content creation' or 'separation of layout from content'. In essence, a WCMS was invented to allow non technical staff to create or amend web pages without the need to involve the technical staff (effectively removing the issue that existed with centralised web teams).
Unlike a traditional Document Management System that does not necessarily enforce a structure on the documents being created - a WCMS typically enforces a structure on the pages being created - often referred to as templates. The structure (representing the layout 'code' for the web page) is typically concealed from the editor or author - so that the only task they have to complete is the insertion of content into a 'blank structured web page'.
Whilst products like Dreamweaver, Frontpage and more recently WordPress have evolved to emulate the above scenario with features such as drag and drop resulting in the generation of code without technical intervention - they should not be confused with WCMS systems. As products it could be argued that they serve a small niche segment of the market for managing web pages. Its hard to put an exact figure on suitability but probably up to 200 pages is the amount of content you could manage via such products (though there are certainly examples of more). It would be more correct to describe such products as 'website builders' than Web Content Management Systems.
All our Websites are done with Responsive Design.
Almost every new client these days wants a mobile version of their website. It’s practically essential after all: one design for the BlackBerry, another for the iPhone, the iPad, netbook, Kindle — and all screen resolutions must be compatible, too. In the next five years, we’ll likely need to design for a number of additional inventions.
In the field of Web design and development, we’re quickly getting to the point of being unable to keep up with the endless new resolutions and devices. For many websites, creating a website version for each resolution and new device would be impossible, or at least impractical. Should we just suffer the consequences of losing visitors from one device, for the benefit of gaining visitors from another? Or is there another option?
Responsive Web design is the approach that suggests that design and development should respond to the user’s behavior and environment based on screen size, platform and orientation. The practice consists of a mix of flexible grids and layouts, images and an intelligent use of CSS media queries. As the user switches from their laptop to iPad, the website should automatically switch to accommodate for resolution, image size and scripting abilities. In other words, the website should have the technology to automatically respond to the user’s preferences. This would eliminate the need for a different design and development phase for each new gadget on the market.
Appreciated testimonials from some clients:
Music Video Channel
We worked closely with the team of Music Web Desigenr to capture the style we were looking for. They were helpful in revising the CSS to get the site to look exactly like we wanted. They are knowledgeable and provide excellent customer service. We highly recommend the team to anyone seeking to create or grow their music business.
We needed help getting our business related to the music industry to be more dynamic and be more effective for our target market to use. You surpassed our expectations on all levels. It has been exciting working with you. Your ideas have helped our recording studios grow in leaps and bounds. Your professionalism, ease in working together on this project, and genuine interest in what our special wishes have been are greatly appreciated.
Thank you so much Music Web Designer team for creating a website that speaks to what my artist brand is – clean, clear, and concise. You really delivered a site that fits my brand and the image I need to portray. The last thing I wanted was a cluttered site like so many others in my field tend to be. I am still getting compliments on it! It’s perfect. And you did it on time and on budget and I got more than I ever expected.
We were very impressed from the first conversation. The level of experience in music related webdesigns that went into our project was amazing! We highly recommend anyone looking for music business related templates and experience and professional designs. We feel that in this business we let the work do the professional team of Music Web Designer clearly speaks for itself.
The team at Music Web Designer are top-notch in their field of business. We scoured the whole internet looking for a template which fits with our music related business. Music Web Designer was able to deliver cutting-edge modern designs for music related business that added elegance to our needs. The quality graphics and tools they have in their webdesigns impressed us and complemented our social and ecological focus. Flexibility, responsiveness, speed, and quality are the hallmarks of Music Web Designer.