New websites & re-designs. Bug fixes, updates & maintenance. Google, Bing & Apple Maps submission. Local Search & Google Business optimisation. Training & support. Anything and everything WordPress.
Every job includes: all the time-saving, cost-cutting, info & guidance my 20+ years experience can bring to your project.
Hello. My name is David, I live in the UK and I’ve been building websites for over twenty years.
I’ve worked for large companies including Philips and Lego but I now work with small businesses and individuals helping them get the best out of their website and their online presence.
If you need a new website I’ll help with things like:
- Choosing a domain name.
- The right hosting company and hosting package.
- Choosing a design for your website, pages and content.
I’ll guide you through the process and help you build a website that works for your business and for your customers.
I can also help you learn to manage your website yourself and save ongoing money. Of course, I’ll be there whenever you neep help with things you don’t understand or would rather have someone else take care of.
If you already have a website I may still be able to help:
- Bug fixes.
- Design updates and revamps.
- Maintenance and updates to core files.
- Content additions, edits and changes.
- Training on areas of managing your website.
Whatever your requirements, please get in touch to discuss them and I’ll do my best to help. I’m always happy to chat and give free estimates so it won’t cost to ask.
David was a pleasure to work with and did a great job of taking my ideas and creating a website I’m truly happy with.Pete Dodd
Scandified is an online gallery showcasing interiors and lifestyle items with a Scandinavian influence.
Dave was great at explaining the technical side to building a website. He helped me understand what I need to know to add content and maintain the site once it went live. And when things are out of my comfort zone, he continues to provide as much or as little help as I need in a very fast and stress-free way.Rie Rosendal, owner of Scandified