Web Design Norway
Award Winning Web Design, Development & Marketing in Norway
As Website Design, Development & Marketing specialists we are proud to have been serving businesses large and small around the World for over 15 years, while retaining a particular affinity with and understanding of the requirements of businesses operating in and around Norway.
If you are undertaking a website development or re-development project, you need a combination of creativity, real-world business experience and commercial, technical expertise - The most aesthetically pleasing website in the world is useless if it doesn't function correctly and deliver a return on your investment and even the most advanced site is unlikely to gain much user engagement if its design is under-par - At Primo Interactive we pride ourselves on providing a genuinely holistic service from customer acquisition, through conversion and optimisation to continued business growth.
Not all Website Designers in Norway are the same
Unlike with some other providers, all websites produced by Primo Interactive feature fully compliant code, optimised according to the latest search engine guidelines to boost your website search engine ranking positions, maximise the visibility of your site and attract the highest possible number of targeted customers.
We seek to establish long term business relationships with our clients, not just to sell you a cheap website then disappear when things start to go wrong - We will not take a website development commission unless we are absolutely confident that we can meet, or exceed your requirements on an ongoing, long term basis.
Having trouble getting a Web Design Quote in Norway?
We know from past experience that obtaining web design quotations can be a frustrating, time-consuming experience. At Primo Interactive we make the process stress free by providing no-obligation consultations, proposals and quotations prior to any commitment - Please Contact Us to find out more.
Our Development Process
Our development methodologies are based around the digital marketing lifecycle:
- Customer Acquisition
- Prospect Conversion
- Process Optimisation
- Business Growth
We have solutions to suit businesses of all sizes, from owner-run micro enterprises, through SMEs to multi-nationals and will always provide you with clear, jargon-free information, enabling you to make informed decisions throughout.
“There are plenty of businesses in Norway with badly designed websites. Don't let yours be one of them. Stand out from the crowd with a professional web presence from Primo Interactive.”Andrew Roberts, Managing Director
Why choose Primo Interactive?
We help businesses of all sizes to promote and sell their products and services online. We do this by attracting large numbers of targeted visitors and optimising their conversion from visitor to customer.
All our development projects follow proven methodologies, which provide clarity and security throughout the creative process. At all stages you will have access to a dedicated, secure client extranet, providing real-time progress monitoring, prototyping and usability testing.
In order to compete in today's online marketplace, your website needs to be easy and intuitive for the customer to use, while providing powerful functions and features.
In order to achieve this balance, we develop websites using fully compliant code and using a variety of technologies to ensure that your website will be available to the widest possible audience as well as being easy for search engines to navigate and index.
Please contact us to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation, following which you will be provided with a full, no-obligation project proposal and quotation.
More About Norway
Norwegian - Norwegian, Norwayan, or Norsk may refer to:
Norwegian campaign - The Norwegian campaign was an attempted Allied occupation of northern Norway, during the early stages of World War II. %0ASome early stages of the Allied operation preceded the German invasion and occupation of the Norwegian mainland on 8 April 1940. Planned as Operation Wilfred and Plan R 4, while the German attack was feared but had not happened, HMS Renown set out from Scapa Flow for the Vestfjorden with twelve destroyers on 4 April. British and German naval forces met at the first Battle of Narvik on 9 and 10 April, and the first British forces landed at %C3%85ndalsnes on 13 April. Thus, the Allied movements could be presented as an attempt to prevent the Germans from capturing northern Norway. The main strategic reason for Germany to invade Norway was to seize the Norwegian port of Narvik and guarantee the raw materials needed for the critical production of steel.The Allied campaign continued until 10 June 1940 and did not succeed, but it resulted in the successful escape of King Haakon VII and his heir apparent Crown Prince Olav to Great Britain.%0AA British, French and Polish expeditionary force of some 38,000 soldiers continued to land in northern Norway. It had moderate success, but what led it to withdraw in June was Germany s successful invasion of France in May. The Norwegian government then sought exile in London. The Allied campaign ended with the occupation of the whole of Norway by Germany, but exiled Norwegian forces escaped and fought on from overseas. %0AThe 62 days of fighting after 9 April made Norway the nation that withstood a German land invasion for the second longest period of time, after the Soviet Union.
Norwegians - Norwegians Norwegian: nordmenn are a North Germanic ethnic group native to Norway. They share a common culture and speak the Norwegian language. Norwegian people and their descendants are found in migrant communities worldwide, notably in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
Norway - Norway Bokm%C3%A5l: Norge Nynorsk: Noreg Northern Sami: Norga Lule Sami: Vuodna Southern Sami: N%C3%B6%C3%B6rje , officially the Kingdom of Norway, is a Nordic country in Northern Europe whose mainland territory comprises the western and northernmost portion of the Scandinavian Peninsula Mainland Norway and the remote island of Jan Mayen as well as the archipelago of Svalbard form Metropolitan Norway. Bouvet Island, located in the Subantarctic, is a dependency of the Kingdom of Norway. Norway also lays claims to the Antarctic territories of Peter I Island and Queen Maud Land.%0ANorway has a total area of 385,207 square kilometres 148,729 sq mi and a population of 5,312,300 as of August 2018 . The country shares a long eastern border with Sweden 1,619 km or 1,006 mi long . Norway is bordered by Finland and Russia to the north-east, and the Skagerrak strait to the south, with Denmark on the other side. Norway has an extensive coastline, facing the North Atlantic Ocean and the Barents Sea. The maritime influence also dominates Norway s climate with mild lowland temperatures on the sea coasts, whereas the interior, while colder, is also a lot milder than areas elsewhere in the world on such northerly latitudes. Even during polar night in the north, temperatures above freezing are commonplace on the coastline. The maritime influence brings high rainfall and snowfall to some areas of the country.
Denmark%E2%80%93Norway - Denmark%E2%80%93Norway Danish and Norwegian: Danmark%E2%80%93Norge , also known as the Dano%E2%80%93Norwegian Realm, the Oldenburg Monarchy, or the Oldenburg realms, was an early modern multi-national and multi-lingual real union consisting of the Kingdom of Denmark, the Kingdom of Norway including the Norwegian overseas possessions: the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland, and the Norwegian possessions , the Duchy of Schleswig, and the Duchy of Holstein. The state also claimed sovereignty over two historical peoples: Wends and Gutes. Denmark%E2%80%93Norway had several colonies, namely the Danish Gold Coast, the Nicobar Islands, Serampore, Tharangambadi, and the Danish West Indies.%0AThe state s inhabitants were mainly Danes, Norwegians, and Germans, and also included Faroese, Icelanders and Inuit in the Norwegian overseas possessions, a Sami minority in northern Norway, as well as indigenous peoples and enslaved Africans in the colonies. The main cities of Denmark%E2%80%93Norway were Copenhagen, Christiania Oslo , Altona, Bergen and Trondheim, and the primary official languages were Danish and German, but Norwegian, Icelandic, Faroese, Sami and Greenlandic were also spoken locally.In 1380, Olaf II of Denmark inherited the Kingdom of Norway, titled as Olaf IV, after the death of his father Haakon VI of Norway, who was married to Olaf s mother Margrete I. Margrete I was ruler of Norway from her son s death in 1387 until her own death in 1412. Denmark, Norway, and Sweden established and formed the Kalmar Union in 1397. Following Sweden s departure in 1523, the union was effectively dissolved. From 1536/1537, Denmark and Norway formed a personal union that would eventually develop into the 1660 integrated state called Denmark%E2%80%93Norway by modern historians, at the time sometimes referred to as the Twin Kingdoms , the Monarchy , or simply His Majesty . Prior to 1660, Denmark%E2%80%93Norway was de jure a constitutional and elective monarchy in which the King s power was somewhat limited in that year it became one of the most stringent absolute monarchies in Europe. Even after 1660, Denmark%E2%80%93Norway consisted of three formally separate parts, and Norway kept its separate laws and some institutions, and separate coinage and army.
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