Consultation & Design

Consultation & DesignWe pride ourselves on delivering quality projects whether developing budget or premium web projects. Since our development in 2004 we have worked with charities, social enterprises and businesses of all sizes in the United Kingdom.

Important Note ..

Generally all consultation is carried out online or via telephone (particularly outside Birmingham) except in certain circumstances. Read more here >

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Our Customer Care Commitment

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Our many satisfied customers have provided very positive feedback on the services that they have received from our web design team. See payments advice here >

Our team is made up of a range of freelancers (led by the proprietor Tippa Naphtali) carefully selected for their courtesy and attention to detail. They will consult with you closely to ensure your project is completed within budget and any agreed schedules. Our collective team motto is “Your satisfaction is our aim”.  

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Shop - Click HereOur key design phases are briefly summarised below:

Design Phase 1

We ask most new customers to first complete our no obligation survey. This will help us assess your basic requirements and provide a quote for your web project. In most cases, the survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

Design Phase 2

We will meet or consult with you and discuss your requirements in some detail. You will be advised of the most suitable packages for your needs, and all likely costs will be explained to you.

Design Phase 3

We will suggest appropriate domain and hosting services and optional email etc to fit your budget, and design and layout a draft design for your comments and input.

Design Phase 4

Once your site is complete we also offer basic training in website management and an updating/maintenance service. Advanced training in the use of the on-line tools to manage a website is also offered at very reasonable rates.

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