Name: Jeremy Robinson
Tel: 01794 521516
Address: 70 Duttons Road, SO51 8FR Romsey
Phone: 01794 521516
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Clients & Projects: 75
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Languages Spoken: English (with notice - French, Spanish, Portuguese)
No. of Employees: 1-5
Joined WWDC: 2009
Unique bespoke design or cost effective readymade sites waiting to edit in your detail, colours, slideshows, logos etc. Device Sensitive Design options, On & Off Page SEO, Print Design for Sales Collateral and Advertising.
Our aim is to provide a service that creates long term relationships with our clients. We prize value, strive for down to earth practicality, and love design and marketing!
We don't speak world wide hyper waffle or practice any black arts of blinding clients with science or marketing multispeak, always setting realistic expectation levels.
Down to earth, to the point, no monkeying about!
Industry SectorsEntertainment, Professional Services, Building & Construction, Automotive, Other, Tourism & Travel, Sports & Leisure, Media & Communication, Health & Beauty, Retail, IT, Food & Drink, Consumer Services, Financial & Legal, Manufacturers & Engineers
Tends to work withSmall-Medium Enterprise (SME), Entrepreneur, Private Company, Non-profit Organisation, Startup
General location of clients:Hampshire and the UK in general with the odd European Client
We Recommend:Accountant: Thompson Jenner
SEO expert: SEOMOZ
Hosting company: Webfusion
Luxury Awnings Company
Sales and Installation of top end awnings from key German Manufacturers. Theses top quality awnings are marketed, engineered and fitted by one of the UK's most experienced awning companies. Read More
Crocodilla Garage Doors - Redesign
Originally launched in October 2011 the Garage Door Installation side of Crocodilla continues to grow and proper. A device sensitive redesign was required and completed in November 2013. Read More
Reviewed on 4 Nov, 2013
We have used Ape Red Media and Jem since needing a redesign back in 2009, we wouldn't use anybody else. He gets to know your business while designing and from then on his eyes always seem open and catching glances of things that m... Read More
— The Luxury Awnings Company
Reviewed on 21 Oct, 2013
Wonderful redesign of the garage doors website, device responsive to keep up with the times and a more substantial site this time around, thank you again for the dedicated hard work. Being able to build out from the site, adding v... Read More
— Crocodilla Garage Doors
Reviewed on 17 Oct, 2013
Having had a bad experience with another web designer, I decided to take my incomplete design to Ape Red Media, and am pleased that I did so as I was so impressed with the results. The service was fast and efficient with everyth... Read More
— The Green Genies
Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Growing, Reliable, Efficient, Artful, Trustworthy
Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : Helping clients achieve their objectives and adapting their web offering in changing times. (Assuming we still call it the web in 10 years and not the cloud.)
Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : Why on earth would anybody be interested in how the business was named? If the name or its supporting logos catches the imagination then hey, we're happy.
Increasing Competition & Failing Web ?
About to be published in the Hants Business News the article asks the question, what is a business to do with their web presence in these difficult times to get it working for them. The answer is OASIS.
Top 6 Reasons ....
An article called 'Top 6 Reasons You Should Fire Your Website Designer' was posted on an inbound marketing blog which attracted 130 plus responses. This article disects the first three reasons highlighting some common if not incorrect impressions about designers at the same time highlighting some guide lines for those looking for a new design or redesign.
The 7 Basics of Safe Redesign
7 Essential Basics to set in action to avoid damaging any established ranking on the search engines when redesigning a clients website
The Panda is looking at your website!
The Panda Algorithm (Googleâ€™s latest tweaks to its ranking detail) makes it clearer than ever that if great design is to be seen, it should be furnished with great content.
Explaining the basics of SEO naturally leads to up-selling
Content and an explination of SEO functionality helps clients see how many pages their site requires to help achieve their online objectives.
Save Your Clients Money
It's very important for a client to understand their website requirements before diving in so to speak. Creating a website that your client wants is very different from creating the website that the client actually needs. This brief article highlights 8 points that will help your client save money on their design costs and help forge a strong long term business relationship.
The Process of Web Design
Clients often like, and need, to know the process of web design, what you do, how you go about doing it and a map of the general playing field.
Smoke and Mirrors
Business Owners Ignorant of SEO are vulnerable and designers should try as best as possible to give their clients the 'heads up' to prevent them falling foul of Hurt & Rescue marketing by SEO Snake Oil Salesmen
The Panda Update is GREAT NEWS FOR DESIGNERS
Design featuring in Search Engine Ranking and Results
WWDC - GBBO
In Reply to the Email about changes and developments at WWDC and the GBBO site
A design brief by telephone or email
Customers are often unaware of how best to get quotes from companies, this design brief by phone or post makes the job easier
I donâ€™t think my customers use the internet.
In our business weâ€™ve talked with a lot of businesses about building websites and as would be expected weâ€™ve come across a range of objections, (to use the sales term) and have found some more popular than others. It might be helpful for new designers heading into the freelance world to hear how some of those objections are answered. This is not a sure fire sales closing tool, our objective is always to engage with our customers in a conversation to identify their needs.
; Iâ€™ve got a page on Yell.com I donâ€™t need a website.
Every county across our country has Yellow Pages calling and visiting a couple of times a year when itâ€™s their turn! The directory has suffered because of the internet and Yell now heavily promote Yell.com and various web services including Google Adwords at a premium.
Converting a No Money Objection into a Design Project
Often when talking with clients what may sound like an objection or a condition that will stop the customer having a website made may actually be a reason for them to have a site up and running as soon as possible. One of the most common stumbling blocks tripping up the customer on their way to a new website can actually be a spring board waiting for them to run and jump in with purpose.
8 out of every 10 UK adults uses the internet
UKâ€™s Office for National Statistics show 41.6 million of the UKâ€™s adults use the internet, with disability, old age and low income making up the majority who have not yet used the internet,
Converting a No Money Objection...Part 2
An account of the cosultative approach highligting how cost effective a webite could be for a customer
Word of Mouth has changed, Directive Advertising has changed
Figures released by the UKâ€™s Office for National Statistics show 41.6 million of the UKâ€™s adults use the internet and 8.43 million have never used the internet. 41.6 million adults equals 83% of the adult population!
Top ÂŁ Advantages to a website
The UK government has recently reported record numbers of registered self employed people. Those who are becoming self employed to deal with the problems thrown up by the current economical pressures on our country will be well advised to have a website.
To Klout or not?
A brief look at the notion of Social Media Measurement with Klout and Kred and some linked articles both positive and negative from 2012 and 2013.
5 Key Reasons why Device Sensitive Sites are a Smart Idea
As smartphone use explodes and sales continue to soar for both iPhones and Samsung, it's time for business websites to be smartphone friendly. Logos, business names, key messages easy to see without expanding the screen with fingers, telephone numbers that dial when ctapped with the finger making it so easy for customers to contact businesses.
Is a responsive web site a good idea for my business?
Responding to an article in issue 208 of Web Designer aking whether or not RWD is here to stay/worth the hype from a web designers point of view, the following article highlights the most basic of business advantages provided by a responsive website. Your competitors may already be ahead of the curve, if they are, be sure to catch up, if they're not, then steal the march and get ahead now.