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Hello SevenStrokes: Building websites … a little differently

A few months ago, Chris Paplinski, Nathan Charrois, Kaushal Inna, Andre Brokman, Kelsie Rose and I, Dion Moult, gathered to create a company. Today, we would like to present to the world: SevenStrokes.

Sevenstrokes web development

SevenStrokes is a web development company but with a few key differences.

  1. Firstly, we see websites as a service, not a product. We don’t just build a website, we treat it as part of your larger corporate strategy.
  2. We build systems that mirror your day-to-day domain issues. We use a combination of behavior-driven development and code architecture that employs the same daily language that you do. This ensures our system makes sense not just in the software world, but in real life, and thus always move a step towards achieving your corporate goals.
  3. We follow many aspects of the open-source business model, ensuring that we assign the most motivated staff that want your site to succeed just as much as you do, and that full inspection guarantees your system integrity.
  4. We push for the latest industry standards and keep on pushing, even after launch. Websites are usually short-lived, but we’re changing that with a system architecture that maximises long-term life.

So what are you waiting for? Do you need a website built? Do you need somebody to help spearhead your latest online initiative? Check out SevenStrokes: Building websites … a little differently

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3 Comments

hari says: (30 July 2013)

Nice initiative, Dion. Now if I could offer a suggestion, it would be to be a little more concrete on details.

Now in your website design business, what do you offer exactly that makes it unique? From the main website and descriptions, I only note the use of marketing terminology that doesn’t really tell me much.

I would also add: a real postal address in the contact page to give comfort to clients, a privacy policy and also an agreement of service, which would list out your usual terms and conditions, nature of services etc. Of course, you would customize each contract for the client and the fees would be specific to client, but I think a general idea would be good.

Dion Moult says: (30 July 2013)

Hey Hari, thanks very much for your comments and support. We’ve had a hard time trying to communicate the unique things we do without being too complex. For example it is difficult to communicate the idea of behavior driven development, using similar development models to open source software, domain language code, etc in a few sentences. I will rewrite it and hopefully that’ll explain things better.

I’ll add the rest of your suggestions ASAP after consulting with the team :)

hari says: (30 July 2013)

One plus is that your site definitely does not give off a stiff corporate flavour and is fresh and different from the usual web design/development companies sites that I usually spot now and then on the internet.

I would leave the home pages as such, but probably add a link or two to reasonably long explanations on a separate page which would draw curiousity and more inquiries.

Since you’re positioning your company as a provider of service, I think you have many ways to establish this as your USP.

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