Adelaide’s Top Web Design Agency


Mobile-Friendly Websites

Device-independent websites that are visually stunning on smartphones, tablets, and PCs

 

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Cutting edge technologies at competitive prices

 

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S ikos Web Consulting is a web design agency in Adelaide, South Australia that provides cost-effective websites through cutting edge standards, visually stunning graphic design . We offer SEO -optimised, mobile-friendly websites with full standard compliance and the required level of web accessibility, domain registration , web hosting , and digital marketing solutions with free consultation . Knowing how many people have concerns about potential costs of professional web design, we provide negotiable prices to ensure that your website fits into your budget. Just tell us your budget and we make the most of it!

Web Sites for SMBs and the Enterprise

Sikos Web Consulting is a member of several professional organisations, including the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the largest web standardisation body in the world. We actively contribute to the development of open standards to ensure the long-term growth of the Web.

Quality is our major concern, thus we apply a maximalist approach. Web Quality Assurance includes the proper implementation of web standards (rather than non-finalized technical specifications) and the latest, most advanced technologies from structured HTML5 to CSS3 Media Queries, slideshows and animations with jQuery, the Open Web Platform , advanced XML technologies, well-formedness, backward and forward compatibility, and code optimality, web accessibility at the desired level, usability and User Experience (UX), interoperability, reliable layout, browser and resolution independence, robust functionality, device independence, mobile browsing, and semantic annotations.

Cutting-Edge Websites

Mobile-Friendly Websites for Individuals

How do you know whether your potential client uses a smartphone, a tablet, or a high-resolution monitor? Modern websites are expected to work not only on desktop computers and laptops, but also on tablets and smartphones that come with a small screen and limited scrollability. We provide mobile-ready websites with maximized usability through Responsive Web Design , using CSS3 Media Queries to serve device-specific styles, font-relative and viewport-relative CSS3 properties to proportionally resize texts, and fluid grid layout that adopts to the actual screen.

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A Premium Web Design Studio in Adelaide

Are you tired of listening to technical terms and expressions you do not understand when discussing your website projects with the web design team? You do not need to know web design technologies and standards such as HTML5 , CSS3 , PHP, or XML to order a website! You get answers in plain English !

We proudly present our manager, Leslie F Sikos, PhD, a true hand coder web standardista, and the author of 13 computer books , including a premium web design book that became an Amazon.com Best Seller. Dr Sikos is a member of several standardisation bodies, including the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) , the largest web standardisation body in the world, and the invited reviewer of the Journal of Accessibility and Design for All . Choose your web designer wisely.


Web Design Redefined

For those who are interested in web technologies, especially web standards, we have free online tutorials on emerging web technologies such as HTML5 , CSS3 , CSS3 transitions , Web Fonts , SVG, the Semantic Web, machine-readable metadata, Web accessibility , social networking, Open Linked Data, and more! Did you know that while HTML allows both capitalized and lowercase letters in element and attribute names, it is better to accustomed to lowercase letters, that are allowed in every markup (including XHTML, which is case-sensitive)? Or that some RSS readers do not support RSS files larger than approximately 150KB or 2,800 lines? Did you know that CSS3 modules are being standardized separately and browser support varies?