Name: Andy MacDonald
Tel: 01752 563657
Address: 16 North Down Gardens, Keyham PL2 2AW Plymouth
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Clients & Projects: 4
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No. of Employees: 11-20
Joined WWDC: 2007
A professional website design company uk offering web design, e commerce web development, website hosting, logo creation, intranet design, website management and search engine optimization.
Industry SectorsConsumer Services, Retail,
General location of clients:International
The owners of this website wanted a total redesign of their old website and needed some big changes for new features like a daily showcase, ecommerce enabled, an advanced database system & more. Read More
We were to redesign this companies previous website which was old and tired looking. The new website was to be a fully automated e commerce driven with an eye-catching design. Read More
A Perfect You
This new luxury home based salon wanted an online brochure to advertise their services; however along the way they decided they wanted e commerce facilities as well. Not a problem with us. Read More
Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Professional, honest, dedicated, affordable, innovative
Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : This time in 10 years we will have more offices across the country still providing excellent and successful website services to any customer, big or small.
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