What I can do
If you need anything web-related, chances are I can do it. The best thing to do is to get in touch with some specifics. In the meantime, here’re some examples of what I can do:
- designing a simple company information website (such as the one you’re reading now)
- setting up an online shopping website, accepting online payment
- analysing an existing website for usability problems and presenting a list of recommendations to fix them
- fixing faulty code
What I’ve done
Here is a selection of my work:
- Oliver Lewis – George Orwell expert and travel photographer
- Sabina Kinghorn – wedding photographer in Knighton
- John Cromar’s Arboricultural Company Limited – professional tree consultancy
- Bee Basic Ltd. – online beekeeping equipment retailer
- Matthew Engel – Herefordshire-based journalist, author and former Wisden editor
What I cost
As a freelance operator, I charge competitive rates. Each project is different, so please contact me to discuss your requirements.
As a ballpark figure, a standard information website (i.e. no online payment facilites, etc.), is likely to be in the region of £500–750.
Let us be under no illusions that you could probably get your next-door neighbour’s son who “does computers” to knock you up a website for £150. Fine, if you want to keep costs down at all—er—costs, go for that option. Does your GCSE IT student, though, have any concept of usability? accessibility? design-content separation? Will he/she be using coding methods that fell out of favour in 1999? How will you know, until you see zero returns on your website?
In conclusion, you get what you pay for. And I’m sure that if you pay for me, you’ll get a quality product. (Of course, I would say that, so please check out for yourself the work I’ve done.)