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Vivid Web Design UK logo

Vivid Web Design UK

Wigan, United Kingdom

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Vivid Web Design UK logo

Vivid Web Design UK

Wigan, United Kingdom

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About

Vivid Web Design UK is a Web Design & Graphic Design Studio from Wigan.

Specialising in SME websites, logo design and corporate identity of new and existing businesses.

Also offering Networking solutions as well as remote assistance on retention for all PC related issues.

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Nicola Jayne

14 December 2018

Gaz did the website for my new business when it started back in 2016. He also created my logo, flyers, posters and menus. Not only did he design them, he had them printed and arranged shipping direct to my new salon. He even arranged the sign writing for the shop window! More...

Many thanks for such a wonderful review. It’s been a pleasure working with you, and I look forwards to working together in the future too.

Q&A

A website that is appealing and engaging. Websites are an extension of your style, your businesses style. You wouldn’t wear a £50 suit to the biggest business deal of your life - so why have a website that looks like a cheap suit?

What’s your aspiration? What do you want the website to do for you? Are you looking for an online presence because you think you need one, or are you looking to prove you’re better than the rest?

The process starts with understanding you and the genre of the website. Understanding the driving force behind any project is key. From this, we draft some ideas and designs. We work on colour schemes and what your vision of the end result will be.

From there we draft some designs. Maybe on paper, maybe on the web.

Once youre happy with the direction, we build. We build until we need content then we work together to create content that matters, that works.

From there, we review together. We develop a niggle-list if tweaks you want before the grand launch.

When the site is ready, when you are happy, we launch.

What do you want it to do?
What’s your intended audience?
What’s your honest budget?

Making people happy. Giving a sense of pride in the website - as it represents them and what they do or stand for.

Love of the industry. When the chips were down and I was out of work through redundancy over 9 years ago - I needed an outlet. This was it.

I’m honest, down to earth, no nonsense. Forget the Mumbao-jumbo and technical talk. We can all rattle out some abbreviations. Let’s figure out what you want, you give me the problem - I will give you the solution.

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