Website Design Marlow
Attractive responsive professional websites for small businesses. Helping you showcase your services and products to grow your business.
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See for yourself – here is a selection of websites I have designed recently and projects in progress
AP Ceramics Monmouth
Ceramic artist Alison wanted a website that allowed her to showcase her beautiful hare sculptures and other ceramic art. Although she doesn’t sell online, the websites points visitors to the galleries where they can view and buy her work.
I also used blog functionality to allow her to add news pages on art events she was attending.
Mariella, founder of MCH Languages, needed a website that allowed parents to find out more about the classes her language school provides for primary ages children.
Parents can view where the classes are and book their children onto programs with a link to the Club enrolment app. The contact page includes an FAQ section to reduce the amount messages and queries received.
Emma Middleton Business Solutions
Financial coach Emma, needed to move her website from a training platform to WordPress to give her improved ROI and more control.
This website design has a dedicated menu that links to her podcast episodes, as well as a blog to allow her to add news about her latest programs and services.
VFX World Ltd
Aaron, managing director at VFX World, wanted a website that allowed them to showcase both the VFX products available to rent and their products that are available to buy.
This website uses a plugin to allow items to be searched and viewed by products. However due to the nature of their business, customers do need to phone or email to place orders.
Cool Wool Designs
Carol wanted an ecommerce website to sell her crochet and knitting patterns as digital downloads. In addition we created landing pages to link to her training and community websites.
Design was important because her previous website didn’t reflect her brand. Therefore we worked closely to ensure the pages were visually attractive and on brand as well as being responsive.
I also provided one to one training to enable Carol to add her own blogs and make updates to pages if required.
The Grip Company
Tom, director at the Grip Company, wanted to move the company website from Wix to WordPress, so that when they can have provide ecommerce services when they are ready.
The website showcases their professional services, professional grip equipment available for hire and a limited range of equipment available to buy through contacting them.
About Me, Sarah
I’m Sarah Hobbs, website designer and social media consultant based in the UK.
I specialise in helping small businesses and sole traders understand the connections between their social media and websites (and other selling platforms), to build a sales and social media strategy, which ultimately leads to feeling confident using social media and running websites.
I offer website design, Pinterest social media management and Pinterest Ads, social media audits, Dashboard Reporting, Training and One to One Social Media Strategy Consultancy