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Artisan Websites

21 Clients & Projects 6 Reviews

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We design and build websites for small and medium sized businesses.

Languages Spoken: English

Employees: 1-5 Established: 1997 Joined: 2009

Michael Todd Hairdressing Latest Work
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We have been designing websites for over 16 years. Our sites look professional, are quick to load and easy on the eye! They are made to be search engine "friendly" but most of all they are made with the user in mind. Each website is designed individually to suit your requirements or if you have a low budget we can use a template design

Industry Sectors

Tourism & Travel, Health & Beauty, Entertainment, Financial & Legal, Professional Services, Recruitment, Sports & Leisure, Retail, Building & Construction

Tends to work with

Entrepreneur, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME), Startup, Corporation / Public Company, Private Company

General location of clients:

UK-wide

Content Management System:

Our main CMS is WordPress, however we have also used CMS Made Simple for some projects. In either case pages can easily be accessed, edited and saved.

We Recommend:

Accountant: Derek Field & Co
Lawyer: Hodkin & Company
Hosting company: Heart Internet

Recent Projects

  • Michael Todd Hairdressing

    Michael Todd Hairdressing
    http://www.michaeltoddhairdressing.co.uk

    Michael Todd Hairdressing is a hair salon on East Grinstead West Sussex. We re-designed their website using WordPress as the base. Read More

  • Tick Tock Translations

    Tick Tock Translations
    http://tick-tock-translations.com/

    Tick Tock Translations is a translation company based in the UK. We designed and built their website using WordPress. Read More

  • Megalith Games

    Megalith Games
    http://megalith-games.com/

    Megalith Games develops the table top skirmish game called Godslayer. Our job was to transfer the website from a content management system that wasn't working too well, to WordPress, with a few design changes incorporated. Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 7 May, 2014
    Company recommended by reviewer I had great service. Any questions I had got answered very quickly and the team at Artisan Websites took on board everything I needed and wanted. I got what I wanted with no fuss, no wait at a very good price. I felt that I was in...  Read More

    dominique cook
    — lingua franca french translations

  • Reviewed on 23 Apr, 2014
    Company recommended by reviewer It's very easy to work with Tracey and her team at Artisan - we just tell them what we need, listen to their ideas about the best way to achieve it, then leave them to get on with it! Projects are delivered on time and within the ...  Read More

    Carol Moore-Naylor
    — Q Software Global Ltd

  • Reviewed on 12 Jan, 2009
    Company recommended by reviewer I have found Artisan Websites to be a very helpful company. They explain in detail what will be done after having taken all the information needed. They are, fast, efficient and have a high literacy level so that one is sure t...  Read More

    Irene McNulty
    — Hubbard College of Administration of Sussex

Interview

Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Friendly, Professional, Communicative, Speedy, Cheerful

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : Making bigger and better websites or some other virtual reality activity!

Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : It's based on the word Artisan which means a skilled worker who practices some kind of handicraft. The word has creative connotations and was thus chosen along with the word websites to let people know we're in the website business.

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