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Kensington England

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"Enrique was really professional, knowledgeable in web development and even did more than I expected for my website!"

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What does a website design & development service include?

When you hire a web designer, the inclusions you get with your service and the process they follow will depend on the type of website design service you need. Here’s what you can expect when you work with a web designer:

Front end design

A website designer is sometimes known as a front end designer. This means they focus on the front end of the website and how it looks and functions for your website visitors. Front end designers have a good understanding of user experience and a great eye for design. They’re nearly always highly skilled at css, which is the code that styles your website. Your web designer will ask you about your brand style and preferences before proposing a new design.

Website development

Many web designers are also proficient at website development. This involves the back-end of the website, or the code and framework your website is built on. They may specialise in different coding languages and back-end skills, like HTML, PHP, Javascript, and database development. Many website designers are self taught developers, but some undertake studies in this field.

Content management systems

Some website designers will work specifically with Wordpress, Shopify, Joomla, Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, and other content management systems. These platforms allow you to log into the back end and make future design and content updates. A CMS is ideal if you want to manage your website yourself or make regular updates.

Website hosting

Once you’ve approved your new website design, your designer will do some testing on a live copy, back up your existing site, then make your new site live. If you don’t already have web hosting (which is where your website files are hosted), your web designer can help you choose the best host and get it set up. 

Minor website updates or fixes

It’s a good idea to have a web design on call in case you need an update or a fix. They’ll need access to the back-end of your site and clear directions on what you want to be changed. They’ll confirm the changes, test everything’s working, and update your site.

Regular website maintenance

Every website needs regular maintenance to ensure it stays healthy, secure, and up to date. It’s a good idea to find a web designer near you who can keep tabs on security and/or plugin updates, as well as making any minor content updates you need on a regular basis.

Recent Web Design & Development tasks in Vauxhall

Set up Squarespace web site

£160

Vauxhall, Greater London, SE11

28th Nov 2019

Help to place photos, text and a video in a Squarespace template, and connect to my domain name, and a landing-page facility for subscription

Set up small Wordpress web site

£150

Vauxhall, Greater London, SE11

2nd Jan 2020

Help to place photos, text and a video in a WP template, and connect to my domain name, and a contact us facility for subscription. I would like to have one personal meeting if possible

Help me build my blog/website!

£100

South Lambeth, Greater London, SW8

14th Mar 2018

I want to start a style blog/website with my own unique domain and need someone to build me the 'skeleton' of the thing. I can send examples of the kind of thing/aesthetic I want etc. once task is assigned. The website will not need any e-commerce aspects just be able to post articles, imagery and have social media plug-ins etc. I know that there are a few options of platforms out there but I hear wordpress is best for a professional looking blog/website but is less user-friendly. I'm willing to take on any advice.