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Droplet Media

Devon

‘19 Certificate of Excellence

Droplet Media is a small web design/development agency based in Devon. We make high quality websites and web apps for small business, charities and individuals. We offer competitive pricing and personal service.

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What makes a great website?

Here's a list of things a great website should have or be. Clean modern appropriate design, mobile responsive, accessible for all users, fast to load, simple and straightforward to use, search engine friendly, social media friendly, easy for the owner to update, plenty of dynamic content, well chosen images, nice graphics, not too much animation, gorgeous typography, and most of all what your customers need in order to choose your business.

What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?

I try to ask client focussed questions like 'what will happen if you don't have a new website?' or 'What problem do your prospects have that your business solves?' in order to really understand their brand and proposition. Then I like to focus on what the website should do and look like with questions like 'Tell me some websites that you really like?' Then I will focus on nuts and bolts questions about budgets, deadlines, domains, search engines, competitors and so on. I find that this meeting is very important and getting it right goes a long way to ensuring the project is executed smoothly.

What do you love most about your job?

I love that every project is different, and that I get to meet lots of interesting people in all manner of businesses and professions. I chose to work with computers as I've always loved that kind of problem solving (writing code, building applications), and web design allows me to apply these skills in a way that can make a real difference to someone's life. I admit I love the internet, and spend way too much time on it so web design is my dream job!

What inspired you to start your own business?

After many years working for someone else, and watching them enjoy the fruits of their success I wanted to do the same. Once you've been self employed, it is very hard to go back to working for someone else. I love the freedom of choosing which projects to take on, and how to best complete them.

Why should our clients choose you?

What I offer is a personal service. I'm not a great big agency to which you are only one of many clients. Your business really matters to me so I'll go the extra mile to ensure that you get the website you are looking for without any stress. I have been a small business owner who used a large agency to make me a website, and had I known then what I know now I would have saved myself an absolute fortune! If you are the VP of a massive company in need of a new £50,000+ website, you're looking at the wrong profile. If you are a small business owner like me, get in touch.

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How much does web design cost? This is something that can be incredibly difficult to put a figure on due to the nature of the service. There are also differences based on whether you are looking to work with a freelancer or a web design agency, and also whether you need a large, complicated site or something more simple.

We can help you to connect with the right designer to suit your needs. A clear idea of what you need, and how many pages and features are required, will be influential when it comes to pricing. This will help you to get an accurate quote for web design.

These two terms may seem like they are used interchangeably but they are two different things. A designer will be focused on the visual and creating a UI to suit the user, whereas a web developer is usually focused on the actual core of the website, making it function and using coding to enable it to do what it is supposed to.

When working with a web designer, if you want the whole package of a fully finished and functioning website, check that this is something they can offer before you employ their services. Make sure you have understood if they are offering web design or development, or both.

  • Responsive - A responsive web page design means that the site is viewable on a number of devices. The design automatically sizes to the screen and the designer doesn’t need to make formats for different devices and desktops.

  • Liquid or Fluid - This is a style of design that will shrink or stretch to the shape of the browser, and the page will look enlarged or shrunk, rather than items being rearranged. The size of the items in the design alter in relation to one another depending on the browser being used.

  • Fixed design - Fixed pages do not alter according to the browser automatically. On some devices such as tablets this can make it harder to see the content as you need to scroll around the page or pinch the screen in order to zoom in on sections. Though it is sometimes essential, fixed design is becoming less common.

Whether you are working with a freelancer or a big agency, they will have a portfolio for you to view. This allows you to see other, similar projects they have worked on and decide if they have the skills you need.

There are a number of web design certifications and they may be happy to share any they have attained, but there isn’t one standardized industry body.

If you are worried about a designer’s credentials you can also check their feedback from other clients, which you can view on their Bark profile.

Should you work with a freelancer or an agency? This is one of the decisions you need to make when looking to plan a web design project.

Working with a freelance Web Designer
This may be an option that can save you money. Freelancers are often able to charge less as they don’t have the same overheads as an agency.

Working with a Web Design agency
Web design agencies may have a bigger set of skills to draw upon than a freelancer as they will usually have a number of staff and designers working for them. They may also be able to show you a bigger portfolio, but you can expect to pay more when using an agency.

Definitely! One of the advantages of hiring a web designer is that they are able to provide services to their clients from any location. However, if your website is for a local audience, then you might want to hire someone nearby rather than further afield, so that they better understand your target market.

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4.90/5.00

based on 393 reviews

The average rating for Bark Web Designers in Plymouth is 4.90, based on 393 reviews.

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