Website design and development shouldn't be about the designer's ego. It should be about you and how you do business. Most importantly, it should be about the people who support you - your customers.
Keep your website current and fresh with an easy-to-use content management system. We can give you the power to update your own website anytime. This helps your site place higher in the search engines and brings repeat visitors.
We can help you improve efficiency and increase your profitability. Blue Ray Media's web application development services change the way our clients do business. We'll help you save time, effort and money.
Managing reservations, payments and guest information can be hard work. Save time and increase attendance at your next event. Promote events on your website, invite guests, and take reservations and payments online.
We get to know you and your business so we can create the best solutions for you and your customers.
Blue Ray Media is a website design and development company founded in Denver, Colorado in 1998. We design innovative Internet, multimedia, and e-commerce solutions for businesses, law firms and nonprofit organizations. We've become known for our ability to develop and deliver a client's message through great web design, technical expertise, and strategic planning. With clients ranging from local mom-and-pop shops to national and international businesses, Blue Ray Media has gained a reputation for creating exciting and effective work in all aspects of interactive media.
Blue Ray Media transformed the way TScribe does business. Clients schedule and track conference calls, upload audio and video files and queue them for transcription online. The custom-developed system lets management assign and track jobs, including when they're due and how long it takes for each to be completed. They even use the system to manage and track quality.
The Rosy Rings website includes retail e-commerce, so visitors can buy candles and gifts online. Wholesale customers use the site, too. They can log in to place orders online and manage their account information. Best of all, Rosy Rings manages the entire store with a custom-developed e-commerce content management system.
Richard Male and Associates wanted to manage their website in-house. With a simple-to-learn content management system, the staff adds articles, promotes news and events on the home page and keeps information fresh all the time. This comprehensive website helps enhance the company's reputation as expert consultants.
We're happy to talk to you about your needs and goals. Fill out our online form and tell us what you want the web to do for your business, nonprofit organization or other group. We'll work together to plan how to create a new website that works for you and your customers.
How do you know when it's time to redesign your website? Read: Eight Ways to Know it's Time to Redesign Your Website
You've been asked write a Request for Proposal, or “RFP”, and send it to qualified website development companies. Where do you start? Read: How to Create a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Web Site Development Services
The New York Times is still using Web site, but we've (somewhat reluctantly) decided to move from spelling it "Web site" to "website". We're now using "email" and have given up on "e-mail", too. (The AP just switched from e-mail to email. Other terms, like e-commerce, will keep their hyphens. The AP moved to "website" last year - read about it here.)