Name: Mark Palmer
Tel: 07787 376 116
Address: 22 Somnerfield Crescent, Haddington EH41 3RP Edinburgh
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Clients & Projects: 16
Average reviews rating:
Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 1-5
Joined WWDC: 2007
I am an experienced website designer and developer. I provide accessible, usable and ultimately stylish web design at an affordable cost.
Industry SectorsManufacturers & Engineers, Tourism & Travel, Entertainment, Food & Drink, Sports & Leisure, Public Sector, Building & Construction, Financial & Legal, Educational, Media & Communication
Tends to work withNon-profit Organisation, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME), Entrepreneur, Corporation / Public Company, Private Company
General location of clients:UK
Content Management System:Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal
Reviewed on 15 Sep, 2011
Mark designed a new website for the nursery. He provided a fantastic service and would not hesitate in recommending his services to any other company. He was extremely professional and communicated very well in terms of both acti... Read More
— Musselburgh Private Nursery
Reviewed on 15 Jul, 2011
Mark Palmer is great to work with because he is presents his knowledge of the technicalities in a clear way so that you can make good decisions. He works quickly to deliver the main brief and then follows up swiftly to refine the ... Read More
— Bright Grey
Reviewed on 14 Jul, 2011
good simple layout, easy to read and clear graphics. have had positive comments from readers and clients. Will probably expand shortly and add further functions. Made good use of provide images. good communication with mark a... Read More
— energetic Project management Ltd
Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Reliable, friendly, helpful, effective, stylish
Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : Continuing to provide our clients with affordable but stylish designs.
WCAG 2.0 - ready to go?
Mark Palmer provides a short synopsis of the new WCAG 2.0 guidelines. Mark originally published this article on http://www.uservisionblog.co.uk
Accessibility - More than just checking the boxes
Mark Palmer looks at the benefits of testing with disabled users and how the resulting accessibility issues often do not have a natural home within the WCAG guidelines. Originally written by Mark for http://www.uservisionblog.co.uk
Lightboxes - usability for disabled users
A look at the current trend towards using lightboxes and the implications for users of assistive technologies such as screen readers.
The evolution of content management
Mark Palmer looks at why content managed sites should be a key part of any web designer and developers offering to their clients.
'Click here' for confusion.
Mark Palmer Design looks at the implications both for usability and accessibility of writing poor link text.
5 things to consider when choosing a web designer
Mark Palmer looks at the five things any client should consider when choosing a web designer or developer for a project.
Your new website - a walkthrough of the process
Mark Palmer talks about what to expect when you hire a professional web designer to build your site. Will the site just appear by magic? How long will it take? What do I need to provide? Mark answers these questions and more.
Why hire a professional web designer
Mark Palmer looks at the reasons why you should hire a professional web designer to create your online presence.