Clicapic Media

Web design, web development & logo design in Kildare. Professional, yet affordable web design solutions.

IE, Kildare, Naas

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Key Facts

Clients & Projects: 7
Reviews: 0
Average reviews rating:
0 Stars

Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 1-5
Established: 2008
Joined WWDC: 2009

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Services
- Development
- Branding
- Online Marketing
- Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
- Hosting
- Content and Copy

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Clicapic Media can provide all-in-one solutions for your company including logo design, graphic design, website design & development, search engine marketing and more. Custom design is what we do best. Say no to templates!

Industry Sectors

Building & Construction, Retail, Tourism & Travel, Professional Services, Consumer Services

Tends to work with

Private Company, Startup, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME), Entrepreneur

General location of clients:

Kildare

Content Management System:

The choice of CMS used will always depend on the level of complexity required. I find that Wordpress can be modified to suit many uses beyond those for which it was designed. Most small scale projects can be built on Wordpress and operate perfectly to the requirements of the customer. From a lay-person's perspective, Wordpress has the added bonus of being extremely easy to use, thereby removing the need to contact your designer to make changes! For larger projects, Joomla offers a more comprehensive CMS solution than Wordpress. Excellent for websites that require user accounts & secure payment facilities. Both CMS systems can be modified or upgraded (with numerous add-ons) to facilitate additional features (video playback, image galleries, shopping carts, etc) that are not possible with a standard installation.

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Hosting company: Letshost.ie

Recent Projects

Interview

Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Fresh, new, young, lively, freelancer!

Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : The name Clicapic "Click-A-Pic(ture)" refers to a previous online venture that didn't quite take off! On the positive side, I learned most of what I know today about web design from the experience and it spurred me on to quit my career in retail and return to University.

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