Launch of Ann Hoddinott, Artist website

I am pleased to announce the launch of my latest website design project; www.annhoddinott.co.uk. Ann is an accomplished artist who exhibits widely and wanted a portfolio style website to promote her wonderful work.website, Ann Hoddinott

Clean, sophisticated and striking are a few words to describe the finished site. It has been an enjoyable experience working with Ann and I hope to design more websites for artists in the future.

Launch of Numac Validation Services web site

I am excited to announce the launch of a fresh, inviting new website I created for established company, Numac Validation Services. The client wished to maintain the company branding through the use of the colour palate. Being a specialist company in decontamination, ease of use and quality were paramount. www.numac-services.comNumac website

Why do I need a website?

This month sees an article written for my local community booklet, ‘Thatcham Connections’, giving the main reasons why I think it is important for businesses to have a website. Here are┬ásome of the highlights of the piece:

Visibility: Websites make your business available 24 hours and day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year.

Reputation: A professional web presence can build credibility beyond the size and experience of your company.

Advertising: It provides low-cost advertising with lasting value, generating more opportunities for new business.

Sales: It is easy for customers to find out more about the products or services that you offer.

I feel that your website is an important part of your business, make sure you treat it as such! www.deborahtaylor-webdesign.com

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Cross platform compatibility

Launch of Pamela Hardman’s website

Launch of Pamela Hardman's website

Designed by me I am excited to announce the launch of http://www.pamelahardman.com, showcasing the wonderful work by talented artist Pam Hardman. With cross platform compatibility the web site highlights through two gallery pages her work. Drawings and printmaking are the foundations of her work. “In progressing my printmaking I have made screenprints, collographs, reduction woodcuts, lino cuts and am now predominantly using the photogravure process and combining it with blind embossing.”