Ideal for small or medium businesses who want an

e-Commerce website



1999 from
  • WordPress Template Based*
  • Up to 9 Web pages
  • Map + Contact form + Blog Section Setup
  • Mobile Friendly Design (Responsive Design)
  • SEO (Fully Optimized for Search Engines like Google)
  • Google Analytics & Google Search Console integration
  • Keyword Research
  • Social Media Integration
  • Logo and Favicon Design
  • E-commerce website

Generate more leads and have a competitive advantage

The Best Features, The Best Price

  • Increase Customer Contact
  • Gain New Customers
  • Target the Right Market
  • Increase Profitability


The first step is to tell us a bit about your company and give us an idea of what it is that you do. Try to include:

  • Your company name and website address
  • A short description of what your company does
  • The age of your company
  • Where you are based​

What are your short and long term goals for the business/ website? Providing just a few key bullet points, can give us a good insight into what you are looking to achieve through the website build.

Do you have an existing logo and brand guidelines for us to work with, and if so, do you require us to evolve the design or stick with what you have? Perhaps you’re a start-up in need of an innovative new logo design and branding to go with your new site.
Either way, we’ll need to know, as the logo and branding will influence the overall design of the website.

One of the first steps we’ll take in the initial processes is to examine your target demographic and decide how we can design the site in a way that will appeal to them specifically, so it’s important that we understand as much as possible about who your customers are.

It’s always useful to provide us with a link to your existing website (no matter how bad you think it might be!). From there you can tell us what you do and don’t like about the existing site, which aspects you’re looking to include in the new website and the areas that you want to get rid of completely or improve upon.

Which websites have you seen (if any) that offer a similar service or feature similar functionality to that which you’re trying to achieve through your new site. Providing some real life examples of your key competitors and the sites that appeal to you can give us a firmer idea of your likes, dislikes and desired outcome.

One of the best things you can do to ensure your project runs smoothly is to get your content sorted as soon as possible.
Having your website content to hand at the very start of the project, helps to inform key aspects of the design of the site, as well as providing us with as much information as possible about what it is that you do or offer.

Supply of content is usually the main sticking point in moving a project forward to deliver on time, so it’s important that you give it some consideration from Day 1.

This is the area where you really need to be thorough and provide us with as much detail as you can. Your functionality requirements might include things like:

  • A Blog or Newsfeed
  • Social Media Feeds
  • A Forum
  • An Online Booking System
  • Account Registration
  • E-commerce shop

To help you achieve the best return on your investment in the long run, it’s important to let us know what plans you have for the website moving forward:

  • Are there features on your wishlist that you don’t have the budget for right now?
  • Are you planning to add to or update your content?
  • Will you consider adding ecommerce in the future?

Having all the facts means we can consider how to best future proof your site, ensuring it works harder for longer.

When it comes to growing your business, investing your time and money into the development of an effective website is a great place to start, but it’s important to also consider how you’re going to drive people to your site.
If SEO is a key consideration of the build, it’s important that we know this from the get go, as it will greatly impact how we design the site.

In the case of a redesign project, sharing your current analytics figures can help us to better understand how your existing site is functioning and what improvements could potentially be made.