Name: Darrell Summerscales
Tel: 01284 811046
Address: Cleveland House, Old Station Road CB8 8QE Newmarket
Second Office: Cleveland House, Eastern, UK
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Clients & Projects: 84
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Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 6-10
Joined WWDC: 2007
Design-A-Web provides the complete web solution for small to medium sized businesses offering a wide range of services to promote your business & products throughout the world wide web.
Based in Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk, East Anglia we provide a whole range of services to local & national customers from IT support to web design & business promotional services.
Design-A-Web differs from larger web design organisations by providing a complete personal service from the start to finish of each project enabling your company to get the right image and target audience within your product sector.
Industry SectorsManufacturers & Engineers, IT, Professional Services, Recruitment, Retail, Other, Sports & Leisure, Health & Beauty, Tourism & Travel, Financial & Legal, Food & Drink, Not for profit / Charity, Consumer Services, Entertainment, Media & Communication, Building & Construction, Automotive
Tends to work withEntrepreneur, Corporation / Public Company, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME), Startup, Non-profit Organisation, Private Company
General location of clients:UK
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Hosting company: Web Hosting 4 South Africa
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Reviewed on 23 Aug, 2013
Our experience with Designaweb Ltd has been excellent from the initial point we asked for a quotation, throughout completion of the web development process, the tutorial on how to use the web to a brilliant aftercare process. ... Read More
— Wristbandshop LTD
Reviewed on 24 Jul, 2013
I would thoroughly recommend Darrell and the team at Designaweb for any website work/changes. Designaweb listened to exactly what I was after and crafted me a fantastic website that I hit the ground running with as soon as I op... Read More
— Suffolk Installers
Reviewed on 19 Jun, 2013
Since our working relationship with Designaweb began in August 2012 they have proved themselves to be a creative, organised and highly effective development company. They have bent over backwards to meet the specific needs of our ... Read More
Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Creative, Professional, Original, Innovative, Friendly
Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : With a happy team and very happy customers!
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