Turn Your Vision Into Reality With A Completely Custom Website Build
If you’re looking for a partner in building a new custom website, or your current developer went on a hiking trip last month and never returned, we are here for you.
Why Bytes.co for a fully custom website build? HTML, JS, CSS, WCAG 2.1 conformance and smart, scalable backend development is a walk in the park for us. More importantly, we’ll make it feel that way to you as well by taking you through our tried and true development process where you’ll have full transparency into the build every step of the way.
We’ve built plenty of custom websites for our clients here in Burlington, Vermont as well as for businesses all over the country. A customized solution is perfect if you require extending the features and functionality of a brochure or eCommerce site through custom integrations, managing large catalogs of data, or want a fully tailored website.
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Customized Website Solutions
We’ve built and managed a variety of custom web applications, primarily on the LAMP stack and we’re also rock solid with the more modern technology stacks including Docker, NGINX, MariaDB, and PHP 7. Below shows a few more key highlights of choosing Bytes for your new custom-built website:
Custom WordPress, Magento & Shopify development
Wireframes, mockups, and functioning proof-of-concept
Custom third-party website integrations with ERP, CRM, and member directory services
Managed website hosting through AWS
Ongoing digital marketing services, technical support, and accessibility conformance
Website training and troubleshooting help to provide you with that extra layer of support
Looking for a specific website platform?
We work with the following Content Management Systems (CMS) and Platforms
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