Do you really need a web designer with all these free website builders available? It's easy to build a website, isn't it?
It all depends on what kind of website you want.
If you're happy with a DIY amatuer looking site, you're all set. But if want something that has a good chance of being found, think Google, Bing, Yahoo etc., you're going to need a pro.
There's not much point of a website that no one can find or is difficult to use. All websites should be easy to use, navigate and load quickly.
So a well designed website will increase user engagement (a fancy way of saying people will use it). And that means if you're selling something, there's a greater chance people will buy it.
The websites I build are always clean, functional and built with the people who'll actually be using them in mind. The worst mistake you can make is to design your site for yourself. I've seen some real horrors.
Multilple font (text) colours impede readabilty. Web text should be as easy to read as a book or newspaper.
The best way to get the process of your new website started is to make initial contact by email or phone.
We'll discuss your requirements and make a plan.
If you're happy with the plan, I'll ask you for a small deposit and I'll start your new site.
I'll build a "test" website for you that will not be public. The "test" site will allow to see the progress and request changes to the design, layout and content.
When you're happy with the "test" site, we'll decide when to transfer it to your domain. I'll publish your new website and it will be available to the public.
From as little as £200, there's no reason not to want one. A bigger site with addons such as a blog, e-commerce integration or more complex pages costs more.
As no two businesses are the same, exact requirements differ. Contact me for an exact quote.
I normally quote within 24 hours. The website build can take as little as 2-3 days, but more complex sites can take 1-3 weeks.
Yes, I'll build a test site online where you can see the progress and request any changes before the site goes live.
Yes. A lot of my work is giving existing sites a makeover, optimising them to load quickly and do better in the search results.