Oh yes! I know you are thinking about the same thing. Maybe you want to update your web design so it looks like it’s from 2018 instead of 2008.
There are two options to choose from either you go with a readymade theme or a customized design. Obviously, design and functionality are at the forefront of your mind. There are certainly pros and cons to both, which is what I explored and would like to share.
The Pros & Cons of Readymade Theme:
The Pros & Cons of Custom Design:
So, how do I choose?
Depending on your website goal, you can pick one option from two.
-Do you belong to startup? If yes, then in which phase, your startup is right now? For the first phase, I will recommend, go for a ready-made theme, launch your product, analyze the response over the time & then you can go for the custom theme with a well-equipped plan in hand
-For second stage startup, it would be better to go for a Custom Theme. Also, if you are in a hurry to launch your product/service then Ready-made theme best suits you.
-For Corporate, thoughtful insights collection & then implementing custom design & revisiting the created theme to check whether it meets desired goals or not would be the appropriate way.
-For Enterprise level people, who are looking for branding, scalability, performance, security can opt custom theme development and analyze it periodically to enhance the productivity.