Time for a website Makeover?

when your old website needs a lift!
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For those surfing the internet in recent years it is very easy to observe the advances in website presentation. Today’s website are engaging, designed to hold the visitors attention with great images and content. They often now include a definitive “Call-To-Action” for a visitor to follow in a “Click” button.  eg. “Contact Us”, “Subscribe Now”, “Buy Now” etc.

For businesses or organisations with older style websites this presents a problem, without this Click-To-Action their websites are now considered old fashioned and out of date. This is reflected in the visitors perception of the business.

The rapid increase in mobile technology (tablets, smartphones) also now means that website visitors often receive a poor visual presentation from the older websites.  Do you know the percentage of your website visitors using mobile technology?

Does your current website have:

  • Dated unappealing design?
  • Stale out-of-date content?
  • Cluttered pages?
  • No clear call-to-actions for your visitors?
  • No backup strategy in case of loss?


Then ask yourself these questions:

  • Dated unappealing design?
  • Stale out-of-date content?
  • Cluttered pages?
  • No clear call-to-actions for your visitors?
  • No backup strategy in case of loss?


At this time you can probably see where we are heading with these questions.All of these questions are common issues with the older sites.

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But, all is not lost – time for a redesign?

Redesigning your older style website over to a modern Content Management System (CMS) solution will allow you to answer these questions and more.

At Tolmie Systems we design and build new websites on the WordPress CMS platform.  WordPress is the CMS leader worldwide servicing major corporates and  small business alike. It is very powerful and flexible whilst being easy for the user to update content.

If you would like to understand more about our design philosophy please read our Design Process page. We use this to guide our way through the end-to-end delivery of a new website.

Time to redesign?

Let’s start the conversation on updating your website