The Chaffins, Clevedon, North Somerset
We off Web, User Interface & User Experience design and website development for small, start up and medium businesses. We're used to designing and building websites for Business to Consumer, Business to Business and even a few unique audiences such as Business to Community and Software for non-public user groups.
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10 The Chaffins, Clevedon BS21 5AH, UK
What makes a great website?
It really boils down to having a clear purpose and solid goal. You could have a website packed with the greatest, newest trending features but if it has no point it just won't achieve anything. Aside from that it needs to be technically functional, a solid goal falls over if the page is full of errors or unusable. The design is the part that holds it all together, visually, for the user.
What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?
What do you want the website to achieve?
Could the website make anything in your day to day life easier?
Who's your target audience?
Can you link 3-5 websites you like the look of an explain, briefly why?
Can you do the same with 3-5 websites you don't like the look of?
What's your budget? Don't be shy, part of my job is to achieve your goals within your budget, if I have no clue about your budget I'm kind of shooting into the dark.
Describe your creative process.
A typical web design process will always start with a plain simple friendly honest chat. We need to make sure we're on the same page, and answer all those initial questions.
Once we've got through that I'll draft up a proposal and estimate, so we can both agree on what's being delivered.
I'll then pull together a couple of draft designs. This might be a home page, or a blog post, it all depends on the project and what's most appropriate.
Naturally, some of those draft designs won't hit the spot, but hopefully at least one will. Either way we'll work through a revision process until we find the right design.
From that point on its just a case of growing the design to cover the whole website and then start development.
During development I'll upload snapshots of the website to one of my development spaces. This allows you to get an idea of the final product.
What information do you need from a client before you can start work?
I pretty much just need the answers to my initial questions. Although, the best starting place is meeting for a coffee (or tea) and working it all out.
What do you love most about your job?
Constantly pushing myself & learning and happy client reactions when I launch their shiny new website.
What inspired you to start your own business?
Got fed up with employers with "make a quick profit" priorities. Yeah I need to make a profit but I'd much rather do a good job and have my services and abilities sell themselves.
I also keep everything honest, life is too short for dishonesty, that meant I had a bad habit of telling employers exactly how it was when they apparently didn't want to hear it.
Why should our clients choose you?
I'm not necessarily the cheapest, but I'm honest and I'll try to complete the project within budget and I'll always ensure the quality and standards are high. If I do a good enough job you'll stick with me and come back for work in the future. I'm not interested in making a few quick pounds and running off with it.
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