There are a plethora of web design agencies out there - some good, some not so good. So how do you find the good ones?
Most youngsters these days can knock up a website using Wordpress, a template and a few pictures and words - or even use an online ‘do-it-yourself’ service. Indeed, a lot of so called ‘web agencies’ are based around this process! That‘s fine if you only need a basic online presence that might be found in the search engines. One of our clients who had unfortunately been down this route says “I may as well have set fire to my money!”
You get what you pay for’ - true in many industries but even more so in website development. If you are after more, you need a company that understands what makes websites successful, how to rank in the search engines and ultimately how to gain new clients. We‘ve helped make a lot of companies successful - in one instance even saving a business from closure.
Our work ethic is pretty simple. If it’s not good enough for us, it’s not good enough for our client - we believe that if something is not right then it is wrong - plain and simple!
Colin has been in the graphic design industry since 1982 - initially situated within the traditional commercial printing industry. Following the industry from manual artwork creation through to computer-based technology, it was a natural progression onto website development and, with a passion for learning new technology, Colin’s first website was published live in 1998.
Adam has been in the web development industry since leaving university in 2004. Starting out as a junior developer he progressed to development team manager before being asked to lead software development for a multi million pound equipment hire company. Adam thrives on challenging projects and has built on his vast knowledge of back end development by combining that with the current cutting edge languages and technologies available in front end development.
Kayleigh has been in the web development industry since completing college in 2005. Kayleigh joined an established web design agency, working her way up from a junior web developer to her vital role as a front end developer. Seeking a new challenge Kayleigh started her own successful web design agency which she ran for many years before she took the decision to merge her agency with The Web Workshop.
From the outset we found The Web Workshop’s approach to be of a particularly high standard. They were extremely professional and created a website that encapsulated exactly what we were after. There were no hidden costs and they were very helpful at every stage. Within a few months, we were beginning to get many website enquiries and the site cre...