When it comes to web design & development, you rarely get what you pay for. I'd like to change that.
For the past decade and a half I've seen and heard far too many horror stories. Whether it be in the form of an average design, unreliable software, inferior code, poor site management tools or cheap themes that are hacked together - the result is the same. An unhappy client.
A good site should be tailor made to suit your requirements. The tools to edit and update it should be purpose built without having to wrangle complex code or consult somebody every time you need to make an amendment. You deserve a design that isn't used by hundreds (or thousands) of other businesses through the practice of reskinning an existing theme.
So then, what are you entitled to? That's easy. You're entitled to what you pay for. You shouldn't be paying thousands for any of the above simply because it affects somebody else's bottom line.
First and foremost, find someone who cares about the quality of the end result. A developer who only prefers to code won't see the value in a good design. A designer who is unable to code is equally unable to recognise what bad code is. If you're able to find someone who appreciates and understands both of these things - you're halfway there.
With a custom responsive design that's tailored to your needs, I can take your landing page, site, store (or otherwise) from concepts to production. It will be built with your brand and ease of use in mind. The latest web standards and techniques will be employed to give your customers the best browsing experience possible.
If this sounds good, send me a message and we can discuss the ways in which I can help you and your business online.
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