Website design is a crucial part of your company's marketing strategy. Your website will often be your customer's first view of your business — it should represent the best of your business.

Let DCC Sites help you make the most of your website. We can work with you to create a website that responds to your needs, and more importantly, to those of your customers. We can help you integrate the latest web technologies for presentation, e-commerce and customer interaction.

Look at our Clients page to see some of the sites we have already developed, and visit our Capabilities page to see some of the features we can integrate with your site. Finally, have a look at our Pricing page to see how affordable a new website can be.

After you've looked around, we hope you'll be inspired to contact us to arrange a price quote for your project.


Responsive design

April 25th, 2013 by

Responsive design seems to be the latest “thing you must have” in website design. Not one to just follow any fad, this is one I’ve responded to because I’ve had too many bad experiences of not being able to view a site easily on my smart phone. Continue reading

Cushy CMS

January 24th, 2013 by

For my latest client I’m trying to create a site the extends beyond the standard CMS fare (i.e. Weebly, WordPress, etc) by adding automation features and back-end database integration.  But my client still wants to be able to update the … Continue reading

Tough business to break into

December 27th, 2012 by

I thought I’d be able to create a few sites for free and link those sites to my page as a bit of free advertising. Easier said than done. Continue reading

Web programming

October 7th, 2012 by

I quickly moved from web design to web programming. Here I explain the beginnings of that process. Continue reading

NetObjects Fusion

September 30th, 2012 by

I started creating websites by hand-coding HTML and VERY QUICKLY discovered that a tool was needed. The tool I found is NetObjects Fusion Essentials. Continue reading

What’s going on here?

September 6th, 2012 by

So, I’ve been working on some websites for the past year of so, getting more and more adventurous. I started out with just basic hand-coded HTML, quickly evolved to using a Website editor (NetObjects fusion — more on that in … Continue reading