Ferguson Photography & Design

Web Design Types of Sites

Most of our customers want a Custom Website. This allows them to mix static items (text and photographs) with some visually "exciting" elements that dance and move (animations, slide shows, zoom images). Custom sites can be any size, color, theme or design.

If you want to accept credit card payments from your website, you will want one of our e-commerce sites.

Any Size, Any Style: Custom Websites

custom website designThis is, by far, our most popular option. Design exactly the website you want, anything goes! Any size, colors, shape, or fonts. Use motion (html5, slide shows, javascript, video), interactive forms, blogs, slide shows and more. If you want your customers to buy items with credit cards online, see our "E-Commerce" sites (custom sites with a storefront system and shopping cart).

Client Updatable Websites

micro sites-web-designMost websites are updated by a web designer. At Ferguson Photography and Design we can also offer a number of user/client updatable options. We can set up your site with a small number of special client updatable sections. Perfect for a "monthly special" or "news for the president" or "latest product announcement" section on a website. We can also setup a "blog" for your site. Blogs are a great way to keep in touch with your clients. The "most recent blog" can even be automatically featured on the homepage as "recent news". Lastly, one of our hosting options supplies the more tech savvy customer with a WordPress site, A full featured WYSIWYG webpage editor, giving the customer complete control over any changes they wish.


e-commerceE-commerce is simply the ability to accept credit cards on your website. We can supply anything from a simple PayPal "Buy Now" button to a small shopping cart to a full storefront with client updatable items, pricing, specials, coupons and a full inventory system.

Smallest: Business Card Sites

micro sites-web-designThese micro sites are used as a minimal web presence or as a temporary placeholder while a larger site is being built. They are one (and only one) page with room for 2 or 3 images and a couple paragraphs of text. Just enough space to introduce your company and give your contact info.