Our Offer

  • Custom Design

    Every business is different. Surely, the same should be true for business websites. Here at White Echo we create unique web designs that are both business- and user-oriented, thus guaranteeing optimal results.

  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

    So how do you get more people visiting your website? We will take care of that. As an integral part of our service we offer an “organic” SEO approach that aims to deliver long-term sustainable business objectives. And the best part is that it’s FREE!

  • Content Management System (CMS)

    A CMS is what makes your website dynamic, allowing you to easily edit and add content, upload photographs or submit blog articles. We usually recommend our clients a powerful CMS called Drupal, which allows building intuitive custom systems, including potentially very complex large-scale online platforms.

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Latest news

  • Why Google's Approach to Privacy is Wrong

    8 Jul

    Privacy Watchdogs in the UK, Germany and Italy have threatened to take legal action against Google due to the internet giant's privacy policy statement altered last year to unify data collection across its numerous online services. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), Britain's information rights authority, claims that the unified privacy policy is not clear for users of individual services.

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  • Learn to Design Like a Google Pro

    5 Jul

    Despite its commitment to focus on developing its online search services, Google Inc. is now more of a conglomerate, with its product range spanning from online applications and services to hardware consumer goods such as Chromebook and Google Glass. This article explains how Google has managed to maintain a consistent development of its brand identity across its entire product range and stay true to its beautifully minimalist, humble, and yet often quirky design style.

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  • Apple Store Website Gets a Makeover

    29 May

    Apple Store has just unveiled its new homepage taking the design yet another step towards a cleaner, flatter look. The move betrays the company's overall shift in user interface (UI) design since John Ive took over as the boss of Apple's Human Interface.

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