Name: Ollie Francis
Address: 54-56 Park Street, BS1 5JN Bristol
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Clients & Projects: 6
Average reviews rating:
Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 1-5
Joined WWDC: 2010
What's unique about Deckchair is that we truly believe that your website is your business, not a separate entity, and that your website should accurately represent your business and the personalities behind it.
We take the time to get to know you and your business, and what you really need, then give you ideas and strategies that are best for you and the goals you want to achieve.
Our key services focus on web design and development, user experience, content managed websites, ecommerce solutions and search engine optimisation. We have a strong history with branding, print design and photography.
Industry SectorsNot for profit / Charity, Entertainment, Professional Services, Educational, Public Sector, Retail
Tends to work withNon-profit Organisation, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME), Private Company
General location of clients:Bristol
Content Management System:We mainly use Expression Engine and Wordpress. We are adaptable to work with other CMS solutions and can create custom CMS dependent on our clients' requirements.
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Reviewed on 29 Oct, 2010
We have worked with Deckchair for a number of years now and have found them to be both easy to work with and very professional. The quality of their work is excellent and they are very happy to give us advice on all aspects of our... Read More
— Chew Valley Trees
Reviewed on 1 Sep, 2010
We have had a very good relationship with Deckchair. They designed and hosted our website and from the outset were always willing to help when we encountered a problem. Their initial traning sessions were straight forward and jar... Read More
— Colston's Girls' School
Evolving your Web Presence
It's important that your website accurately reflects your business and remains fluid and current - all too often businesses treat their website like a separate, static entity.
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