Web Design Services that won't break the bank

✔︎ Optimised for Search Engines
✔︎ Mobile Responsive
✔︎ Quick Turnaround times
✔︎ Two revisions

Cheap Doesn’t Have to Mean Ugly

Web Design & Maintenance Services

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Brochure Website

Do you just need a simple website to shows visitors what your business is about? Prices start from just £195

Online Shop

Do you want to sell your products online? E-Commerce web design prices start from just £390

Landing Page

Do you need a one-page website designed to help your business generate leads and capture client data?


Do you want to show off your products, but you don’t need to take online payments?  Catalogue web sites packages start from £275

Booking / Enquiry Website

Would you like your clients to be able to make a booking or complete an enquiry form on your website?  Prices start from £195

Search Engine Optimisation

Website not performing  as well as you would like with Google Search? Let us run a full SEO health check on your site & implement improvements to help your site rank better

Website Redesign

Is your current website looking tired or not working for you anymore?  Find out how we can redesign your current website to meet modern standards (responsive, seo, usability)

Website Maintenance

Something broken on your website or do you need new conrtent added? We can work on yoru site on an ad hoc basis adding cotnent or making repairs or updates to ensure your site is running smoothly

None these fit your needs?

If none of these solutions is what you are looking for, we offer a bespoke design service, just contact us for a custom made solution. 

How Does It Work?

5 Simple Steps to Getting Your Business Online & Generating New Leads


You supply your content & images


We build you a responsive SEO friendly website


You review the product & submit changes to us


We complete the changes & you sign off


You start generating new leads from online customers

Cheap Web Design

Answers to some of your frequently asked questions

I want a website, what do I need to supply you with?
In order to begin designing your site, I require the following from you:
  • Completed Web Design Brief 
  • 50% deposit
  • All written content (please ensure this is spell-checked & grammatically correct)
  • All images in high resolution via dropbox
  • Access to your hosting service account

PLEASE NOTE: If you don’t have a domain (URL) or a hosting contract yet, please let me know so that I can help you set them up. 

How quickly can my site be built?
A typical brochure style website can typically be turned around in about 5-7 working days.
What if I have a specific layout in mind?
Great! If you send me an example layout or the URL to a site that you love the look of – I can build it for you.
What if I have don't know what I want my site to look like?
No problem, we have a couple of lovely layouts you can browse & choose from.
What is Image Resolution?
High-resolution images are of very high quality. Resolution is measured based on the density of pixels in the image. Two common resolutions you’ll hear are 72 ppi and 300 ppi. 72 ppi is considered “low-res” and 300 ppi is considered the minimum for “high-res.”

I need your images in high-res so that I can edit them beautifully and then optimise them for the web correctly.

If you are uploading images to the web yourself, you must optimise them at 72dpi and aim for a weight of under 100kb per image. This is important in order to ensure your pages load quickly and so you don’t run out of space on your hosting account.

Most images on your site can be cropped / resized to 800px x 600 px and should always be under 100kb in size / weight.

How many revert stages will I be allowed?
Although I always aim to please, I do need to limit the number of reverts a site can undergo. This means that you as the client need to ensure you make a note of all the items you want to be changed rather than drip-feed me them one by one.

Total number of revert stages allowed is TWO

Can't you design my site first and then add my content?

Reverse engineering a site in this manner is counterproductive and will result in a poorly designed site.

I need all your content upfront so I can design a site that shows off your product/service in the best way possible.

Do I have to complete a design brief?

Asking a designer to design you a lovely site that does XYZ without supplying some guidance as to what you like/dislike is like sending me to the library and asking me to select a “good book” for you.

What's the difference between working with a Freelancer and an Agency?
Agencies have big overheads and busy project boards, so they tend to be more expensive and you might have to wait a long time for the result you want.

Freelancers focus on one client at a time, so you will be the centre of their universe for the duration of your project. They have fewer overheads and more specialised skills