Paul Terry Design

Paul Terry Design is a web design and development company based in Cornwall.

UK, South West, Newquay

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Key Facts

Clients & Projects: 4
Reviews: 4
Average reviews rating:
4.9 Stars

Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 1-5
Established: 2004
Joined WWDC: 2009

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Services
- Branding
- Hosting
- Online Marketing
- Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
- Development
- Design
- Social Media

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With a mix of business, marketing, design and technical skills all under the one roof, we can help to create, market and manage your website effectively.

With our honest friendly and expert advice we aim to provide effective solutions for your business.

With our creative team and strong technical capabilities we'll create you a website that looks fantastic, grabs attention and gets results.

Industry Sectors

Tourism & Travel, Sports & Leisure, Building & Construction

Tends to work with

Private Company, Corporation / Public Company, Non-profit Organisation

General location of clients:

United Kingdom, France, Spain, Canada, USA

Content Management System:

We develop bespoke web based content management systems which allow our clients to create, edit, manage, and publish content in a consistently organized fashion from any computer with internet access with relative ease. Our content mamangement systems are all bespoke, unique to your website, tailored to your needs and are designed to be user friendly ensuring our clients will be able to update their sites with minimal training. Having a bespoke content management system can be a cost effective way of traking control of your website, negating the need to employ a third party company to update your site.

Recent Projects

  • Eden Project

    Eden Project
    http://www.edenproject.com/events-and-hospitality

    Described as the Eighth Wonder of the World, the Eden Project offers events with a difference in a venue like no other. Read More

  • Patchwork Coaching

    Patchwork Coaching
    http://www.patchworkcoaching.co.uk

    Patchwork is a personal development training provider delivering personal and team packages that enhance relationships at home and in the workplace. Completely bespoke we design training to suit your needs. Read More

  • Newquay Holiday Lettings

    Newquay Holiday Lettings
    http://www.newquayholidaylettings.co.uk

    Newquay Holiday Lettings offers a choice of the best newquay apartments, self catering accommodation, holiday apartments in newquay, cottages and holiday flats in Newquay. We have a variety of self catering Newquay accommodation for families, couples and singles ranging from £325 to £1730 per week... Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 4 Dec, 2009
    Company recommended by reviewer We were really impressed with Paul Terry Design, they listened to our brief and advised us on the best options available. They provided us with a variety of designs within 48 hours and managed to get our new website up and runni...  Read More

    Dianne Hall
    — Eden Project

  • Reviewed on 10 Aug, 2009
    Company recommended by reviewer So very pleased with the service from Paul Terry Design. I found them to be quick, efficient and very professional. No query or request that i had was too much trouble for them and everything was explained in a clear manner that i...  Read More

    VANESSA GREGORY
    — DOUBLE SIX

  • Reviewed on 31 Jul, 2009
    Company recommended by reviewer I was really impressed with the way in which this company dealt with our project. From the initial meeting through to the launch they communicated with us in an understandable way. We were aware of all the details of the site b...  Read More

    John Fabby
    — Windcon Energy Services

Articles

I want a website but I dont know where to start - Part 1
The free and simple guide for people that know absolutely nothing about websites. Part 1

I want a website but I dont know where to start - Part 2
A free and simple guide for thise who want a website but dont know where to start - Part2