Web Design and Development

We build Responsive, Mobile Friendly fast loading AMP websites.

WEB DESIGN and DEVELOPMENT- it’s where our company began and why we’re still here. Designing creative content and websites are the origins of our company and one of Big3Media’s greatest strengths.

The mood or style of design is an evolving and fluid process that changes with every project or venture we take on.

Quality design understands the subject, the audience, then matches it to the appropriate look and style.

Our Web Designers are Graphic Design experts and can transform your conception, or seed of an idea into an amazing design and layout. They believe your customer shouldn’t just visit your website; they should love your website.

Stunning imagery that adjusts to varying screen resolutions creates a digital experience that allows creativity to meet technology.

One of the technologies that we use a lot of is WordPress.  Which helps our customers to access a CMS (content management system) easily and take control of their site.  We don’t believe in holding our customers hostage by the software platforms we use.

Remember the success of static or moving imagery (video or animation) must be in harmony with your business objectives. When performed successfully this harmony resonates client confidence.  Our goal is to build powerful digital experiences for your customers.

Design cleanly conveys your company message and engages your target audience.   We increase profitability by building world-class campaigns that are eye-catching and engaging.

When it comes to  your business do not trust design to just anyone.

Website Design

Your website is the greatest opportunity to make a positive first impression. As the heart and soul of your online presence, the site needs to instill confidence. The right, look, theme, colors, graphics and content will do precisely that.

Creative graphic design and web development are in the roots and history of Big3Media. We bring a passion, and design expertise that will make you stand out above your competitors.

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Our Web designers create a design that portrays the value your offer in a style that resonates with the person who matters: the person you want to do business with.

We start with our Discovery Phase where we find out the focus point and purpose of your website. You let us in on your short-term and long-term goals which allow us to illustrate who you are and what you stand for.

After carefully reviewing the specifications and features our design specialists start to envision the design and put pen to paper so to speak. During the Design Phase, a draft design is conceptualized and put forth to our client.

As Professional web designers, we’ve built up an arsenal of powerful techniques over the past years. We use these strategies to define the preferred customer pathways and identify the most straightforward approach possible to attain the desired function. Site architecture, navigation, layout, typography, icons, images, and other design components and features are put together in wireframes and mockups and presented to our client.

Our web designers keep up to date with the latest design trends. We also incorporate design consistency made famous from web giants like Facebook & Google. By creating a website environment and interface familiar to the user it’s easier to navigate and use.

Custom web design services, e-commerce, business websites, blogs, niche sites, there is no job that is too big or small for us. We offer excellent, cost-effective web design services in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. Let our expert designers take your site to the next level.

Mobile Friendly and Responsive Websites

Having an appropriately themed website that’s pleasing to the eye and your target audience is vital of course. Once you have that winning “look”, it is equally important to be fully optimized for every device.

There are many things that make up a good website that offers a positive user experience. A responsive website design that adjusts and is accessible on tablets, smartphones and desktops is also key! Do not allow your competitors to get the edge on you.  Today’s modern website utilizes mobile-friendly, responsive web pages that help you get seen.

Because of the enormous growth in mobile and smartphones, Google introduced AMP in February of 2016. Accelerated Mobile Pages are as they are advertised….very fast pages for mobile. This streamline approach can get your site first seen on mobiles. Look good and get googled, that’s the goal.

Building Your Brand

Arguably, the single most important thing about your company is “brand”.

Branding stretches far beyond your company logo, name or the image that sits at the top of your company letterhead.

Brand is something that you plan, create and build. Talk to us about brand building. We help separate you from your competitors by building brands that attracts and retains loyal customers.


What’s a Brand worth?

Online Video Design and Production

We have all seen online video ads, commercials, You Tube or Vimeo videos that are fun, engaging, educational,  and entertaining. Creating such video content is a highly effective marketing tool that does not have to cost thousands of dollars. We are specialists that put together highly compelling video content to boost your brand. Get seen, be seen!

Print Design

Building valuable and useful creative content that will attract and engage your customers is very important in achieving your business goals. The alignment of all your marketing collateral is what Big3Media does. Business card to catalogs, brochures and banners, we tie it all in to your brand effectively. Your a professional company, make sure everything delivers that professional  confidence.

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Designing and Marketing Brands in the
Vancouver Lower Mainland since 1999.

Big3Media has successfully designed, developed and marketed for many companies across 100’s of industries.

  • Grocery Store – IGA, Marketplace
  • Insurance Companies – Godoy Insurance
  • Construction Company – Candane Construction
  • Wireless Technology – Webtech Wireless
  • Restaurants – Boston Pizza
  • Entertainment – Parasol System
  • Sports Teams – Tri-City Predators & Coquitlam Sharks
  • Construction Management – BLP Management
  • Building Construction – The Haebler Group
  • Stage Production – Xtreme Structures and Fabrication
  • Team Swim & Apparel – Team Swim Wear
  • Medical Services – Royal City Health Clinic
  • Automotive Company – Western Auto Group
  • Car Service and Repair – Eden Automotive
  • Pet Store – Puppies Fish and Critters
  • Athletic Swim Wear – Athletes Choice
  • Online Gaming
  • Tool Supplies – MegaPro
  • Printing Company – ARC Print
  • Neighborhood Pub – Woodys On Brunette
  • Musical Group – Sandra Volodoff
  • Design and Furniture Emporium –  Can-Am Importique
  • …and many more.

Why Your Company Needs A Great Website & Tips For Making One

The reason why a company may not need a good website is if they have zero interest in growing their brand. Point blank. The reality of building and having a brand in today’s modern age is by having a great website that acts as the backbone of your company. The best part? Creating a website today has become immensely easier than what it once was.  It has become much more straightforward than ever to create a business website that runs smoothly and can be updated regularly.

6 Reasons Why You Need A Website

  1. Your Clients Expect It: It’s now become expected of a brand or company to have a website. We no longer look for brands in print ads or the ‘yellow pages.’ Now, we simply Google the brand name or a keyword in the industry and thousands of hits pop up that give the audience exactly what they’re looking for in a fraction of a second- now that’s competition. If you don’t have a website in today’s digital age, you are not even in the game!
  2. Your Competition Has One: If this were the only reason on this list, it would be enough. The fact of the matter is, your competition has a website so why shouldn’t you? Consumers will likely buy from a company (products or services) that has an informative website, or an e-commerce site. Your job is to get the customer to purchase from you, so why hand the sale to your competitor simply because they have a website and you don’t? Another tactic to stay in the game.
  3. Search Engines Can Find You: As mentioned above, we don’t look up keywords or companies using the big yellow book anymore. Now, our audience uses search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing! The only way these search engines will have the power to access your company is by ensuring you have a website. This can grow your audience to new heights you would never expect. Pumping that site with the proper link juice capability is up to you! (SEO 101 could help with this)
  4. Show Me What You’re Selling: If you’re trying to sell your products or services to someone, having a link to your site that shows (proves) to them what you’re selling makes things 100% easier. You can display your products online with stunning imagery and content writing that sells. You can even insert videos and tutorials on how to use the product or why the audience should use the product. Further selling point will help you in the competition!
  5. You Have The Mic: If you don’t have a website, you allow other people/clients/customers to post reviews (positive/negative) about you and your brand on outlets all across the internet. If you have a website, you have your own voice, and you control the narrative. This can influence your audience by giving them your brand’s story before they go off and make one up themselves. DOn’t hand the power to someone else.
  6. Cost-Effective Marketing: Having your own site that is tailored to your exact narrative is like having a sales rep working every day and at any time. It’s a great way to have a voice in a space that is constantly moving. The internet is the best place to put your marketing dollars, and having a website should be your first step. As mentioned above, it is your brand’s backbone and foundation. Social media can add to this immensely, but having this direct link to your online store or company services is essential.

Even if you are not marketing anything online, per se, having some online real estate to simply provide an informative platform for your audience is key to a successful business. The internet is where customers will search up what to buy, how to buy, and who to buy it from. But now, the competition to reach a targeted audience online isn’t only to have a website anymore, but to have a good one. Let’s look at the key elements that make up a good website.

Check out the below tips to keep in mind when creating or updating your site!

  1. Simple and Clean Design: It can be tempting to be inspired by a website design that seems loud and busy (to stand out from the crowd?). However, providing your audience with clean visual elements of your site can help make the audience remember it. A clean logo, the right amount of white space, the use of 2-3 colors, the use of 2-3 fonts will better the look of your overall website design. You need to promote consistency and cleanliness. If there is way too much going on all at once, your audience will get confused and might click away before you’ve even had the chance to sell them something.
  2. About & Contact Us: No one should tell you how many tabs or pages you should have running on your site, however, having an About Us and Contact Us pages are needed. Even some of the most well-known brands have About Us pages, not because no one knows who they are but because they want to promote a positive brand image & history. If you have a well-written and well-thought-out About Us page, you can connect with your audience on a deeper more personal level. Or, it can give your audience a real insight into your companies history and perhaps persuade them on WHY they should be purchasing from you. A Contact Us page is needed to be able to help a consumer on purchasing, answer questions, deal with concerns, read reviews and so on,
  3. Quality Photos: If a potential consumer visits your site for information on your brand and a low-quality photo is on a page with great content, you can rest assured they’ll likely click away within a few seconds. Stunning visuals provide the hook you need for the audience to start or continue reading. With just a few high-quality photos, you can entice your audience to continue clicking through your site. It could be beneficial to hire a professional photographer to capture stunning images of your products.
  4. Video Usage: The use of video can lock in a sale for you if it’s composed well. You can have tutorials on how to use your product, have video recordings of reviews from past clients, why the services should be used, what the services/products have done for other customers and so much more. You can have the use of actors, staff, or even an animation put together. The possibilities are endless with videos.
  5. Content That Sells: A major key to any good website, no matter what you’re selling (or not selling) is by providing the audience with quality content they want to read. Nothing is better than hooking a reader on a good blog post or having them laugh at a sidebar joke. It answers “what’s in it for me?” Why should the audience continue to read? Are you providing them with quality content they can use, for free? If yes, then you are heightening your chances of a sale enormously.
  6. Mobile Site: In the last ten years, the use of smartphones has become overwhelming. Now, more than ever, consumers are using their mobile phones to look up anything and everything they need using the internet. It is just as important to have a mobile compatible website as it is to have a general site. It may be beneficial to keep the content amount to a lower quantity with your mobile site as consumers are usually looking for quick answers on mobile sites rather than full descriptions.  This can be achieved by using AMP or creating one Responsive Website.

BONUS: Things to Avoid With Your Site

  1. No Photos: All text and no photos? That’s a recipe for disaster. We as consumers are conditioned to be hooked on content via visuals (thanks to social media). No one will have the urge to read any text if there aren’t visuals to soften the blow of too many words. Plus, no imagery leaves your site looks dull and boring.
  2. Too Much Content: Don’t drown your audience in content. It’s good to have well-written material, but too much can make for a hard pill to swallow. Too much content can have your audience leaving quicker than you want them to. A great way to separate great content is by spreading it out on different pages or portioning out blog posts!
  3. Don’t Update: No one wants to see that the latest blog post on your site was from 4 years ago. Spend the time in updating every aspect of your site; it will be well worth the effort. Plus, it will get you more opportunities to show up on search engines.

Join the ever-growing digital world by giving your audience what they want and what they need to make a sale. Provide them with the foundation of your brand with digital real estate that could amplify your audience and consumer base alike.

Need Help Creating Your Website?  Contact us at https://www.big3media.com | Web Site Design & Development