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Droid Rocket is an unique web design firm. We are a group of reliable Web Designers serving California for the past 10 years. When you need a digital marketing company, you can fill out one form and get matched to an outstanding web designer.

Just call us at 1-800-421-1920 or let us know about your requirements using the form on this page. We will get back to you within 24 hours with a quote and time frame to fulfill the project. You are in full control of which San Diego professional you hire. We will bring you up to 3 price quotes and you can decide which is best suited for your needs.

Compare up to three price quotes from San Diego freelancers. Simply fill-out one form and get a proposal for a great web designer in San Diego. Check out California's top Web Designers ready to re-design your business website at a great rate.

If you live or work in San Diego County you need a great Website Designer. We also work with clients from: Sherman Heights, Grant Hill, Golden Hill, Barrio Logan, Brooklyn Heights, Logan Heights, Stockton, Hillcrest, Five Points, Coronado

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Droid Rocket keeps your website updated so you can KEEP UP with what YOU do best! In many cases, we can produce an explainer video or simple mobile app to compliment your website.

Droid Rocket’s Wordpress Web Development in San Diego provides:

  • Mobile Responsive
  • SEO Enhanced Web Pages
  • Pretty Designs But Yet Functional
  • Backend CMS to Update Site

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Common Questions

What is web design?

Basically, web design is the process of positioning text, images as well as video media onto a virtual surface called a web page. The very first websites started in the 1990’s with the introduction of the world wide web.

What is responsive web design?

The term responsive pertains to a website design that changes its design based upon the device display dimension or internet browser type. This is key in making your website show up perfectly on all devices, such as tablets, mobile phones along with desktops.

What does SEO mean in web design?

SEO is an acronym that stands for Search Engine Optimization. It involves the technique of adjusting numerous of web page components as well as meta data within the website to obtain the most exposure on the search engines like Google and Bing. Some individuals will create external backlinks to “trick” the online search engines to “assume” that the website is a lot more popular than it is. We do not recommend this method as it can in fact create the opposite result as intended due to recent adjustments in the search engine algorithms which punish websites that “game the system”.

We optimize your website for ideal performance on search engines without threatening your future positions from AI based internet search engine like Google.

What is the distinction between a web designer and a web developer?

Essentially a “Web Designer” is a person that makes use of design knowledge and talent to build the total look of a website, normally utilizing systems like Clickfunnels, Drupal, Shopify, Magento or WordPress.

On the other hand, a “Web Developer” is a person that is a lot more “programming driven” and normally develops a customized website without a framework or CMS.

Why is WordPress so popular?

WordPress is an open-source platform that was built for the democratization of blogging in the mid 2000’s. In the previous 10 years WordPress has gained quite popular with the general website building community due to the numerous choices of themes (the aesthetic look) as well as plugins (mini-scripts with true functionality).

There is much confusion out there regarding WordPress.com and WordPress.org. Most web professionals will use the WordPress.org open-source self-hosted/software solution to build sites, whereas WordPress.com is a commercial blogging platform “in the cloud” similar to Wix or Squarespace (where you build the sites yourself).

What does a static website mean?

A static website is a site that does not have any Content Management System (CMS) (like WordPress or Drupal) and commonly is coded as straight files and html with no a database required. These simple sites are not as common as they were back in the 90’s and early 2000’s.

What does flat web design mean?

A clean, flat web design is the practice of making really simple 2D graphics and usually the website will have an extremely minimalistic layout. Flat design does not make use of any drop shadows or 3D effects, however many designers are adding 3D images and dimensional angled elements to add contrast to flat designs.

“Material Design” is typically used by designers nowadays and was created by User Experience Experts to develop the comfort of real life (material/physical components) to help the individual feel genuinely connected and comfortable with using the website. Material Design is a very subtle effect however it increases the overall User Experience in most cases.

What exactly is a Web App?

A web app is a website with a massive amount of programming on the backend to make it function much like a desktop software program or mobile app. Web apps can cost $100k+ to build whereas most sites cost less than $25k.

What is a Parallax website?

Parallax is an effect made use of to produce a feeling of movement on a page with images and backgrounds. It uses layers and graphics to scroll at different speeds. You can also have an image “fixed and have the “window” viewing area scroll up the page instead of the image scrolling like traditional “old school” sites.

Most Importantly: How much does a website cost in San Diego?

A normal website created by our team ranges from $4k to $25k. We can also provide pricing to handle hosting and ongoing maintenance of your website. Call us to get more information for your web web design project.

HTTPS Is More Impartant Than Ever

When you’re surfing the web and visiting a variety of websites you might notice that at the very top of your browser window several sites have a small green padlock near their web address. If so, then the website also has a URL that starts with HTTPs. By way of example, https://www.thesite.com. The HTTPs stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure.

What Is HTTPs?
When HTTPs is combined with an SSL Secure Socket Layer, it means that a website is secure and it is safe to enter sensitive personal information, including a password, a Social Security number or a credit card number, in the website. Websites that have a web address starting with HTTP are not secure and cannot guarantee that information entered is safe.

HTTPs and Google
In its quest to make the internet a safer place, Google has been advocating webmasters to transfer their sites from HTTP to HTTPs. This even applies to sites that do not collect any kind of sensitive information from users. In January 2017, Google’s Chrome browser, which based on ZDNet.com is the most popular browser, started tagging HTTP sites that have password or credit card fields as”Not Safe.”

And starting in October 2017, the browser began labeling HTTP sites as”Not Safe” when users enter any kind of data, not just sensitive information. The Chrome browser also began marking all HTTP sites visited in the Incognito manner as”Not Safe.” Google states, also, that , they plan to begin labeling all HTTP sites, in Incognito manner or not, as”Not Safe.” Many expect this to happen sometime in 2018.

For Security and Search Engine Presence

The implications are clear. Websites will need to be HTTPs, regardless of what sort of website they are. With recent large scale website hacks and continuing concerns about online privacy, few things scare users off faster than seeing a warning that a website is not protected and knowing that their information is not safe.

SSL is a standard security technology that encrypts data exchanged between a web server and a browser. SSL is normal in e-commerce and sites where protected data such as credit cards or social security numbers are exchanged. SSL or secure sockets layer, provides consumers with peace of mind, ensuring any data passed between the server and browser is kept confidential and inaccessible from external intrusion through the use of encryption.

Google and other search engines have openly stated their favoritism for SSL encrypted sites, leading many to think it’s a factored component of their ranking algorithm.

More businesses today are using SSL for its own search engine benefits to gain preference over competing businesses. For a small yearly investment, businesses can provide encryption and harness the potential position improvements in search engines.

Search engines favor SSL for a number of reasons but most importantly because it indicates that a website cares about its viewers and cares about security.

Here are some other potential benefits:

Page load times — A faster connection for your viewers and faster access to your website.

Encryption — A safer experience for your customers by protecting their data.

Legitimacy — It is safe to say that investing in an SSL certificate indicates your business is more legitimate and trustworthy than a business that won’t.

The Way to use SSL for SEO
Fortunately, there are a number of SSL resellers and you’re not limited to purchasing a certificate through your web host. Even though most domain registrars and hosting companies offer them, the price you pay will generally be higher.

You may use SSL distributors like RapidSSL, GlobalSign, DigiCert, InstantSSL or SSLs to find the best bargain. Most resellers provide competitive pricing and a variety of choices for your certificate.

You can also use the CloudFlare or Let’s Encrypt to be given a free SSL certificate.

Installation is simple and generally takes only a couple minutes when you’re using cPanel, which most shared web hosts provide by default. If you are using a dedicated or virtual private server and do not have a cPanel license, you can install an SSL for your website using a free control panel such as the CentOS Web Panel.

To learn more about why your website needs to be HTTPs, contact us.

 

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