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We are an international web design and digital agency run by independent professionals. We make and manage websites.

Languages Spoken: English, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, French

Employees: 6-10 Established: 2011 Joined: 2014

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We love making websites because they shape how the internet looks.

We make private and corporate websites, online stores, promo and landing pages. All our websites are mobile-ready, responsive, secure, robust, and easily manageable. We make our websites completely independent and portable, so you own them 100%.

We consult on search engine optimisation (SEO), social media marketing (SMM) and online promotion. We help you build trust and brand awareness.

We invent creative brand names and slogans, design modern logos and produce catchy promotional imagery.

We manage websites, take care of updates, upgrades, bug fixes, security issues, adding new features, and running maintenance.

Industry Sectors

Entertainment, Food & Drink, Retail, Consumer Services, Building & Construction, Other, Educational, Media & Communication, Health & Beauty, IT

Tends to work with

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

General location of clients:

United Kingdom, Russia

Content Management System:

We build sites using modern, widely supported open source content management systems, which guarantee professional, standards compliant, and fully portable websites.

We Recommend:

Printer: Print24
Hosting company: iFastNet

Recent Projects

  • House of the Nobleman

    House of the Nobleman

    This is the website we made in 2016 for House of the Nobleman, an art advisory, curatorial practice and private dealership. We created the site from scratch using WordPress to replace the organisation’s obsolete site. The client also wanted their new website to have an online showcase galler... Read More

  • Anna Rigg

    Anna Rigg

    This is an online store we made in 2016 for Anna Rigg, selling fine wools, cashmere, and accessories. We built this e-commerce project using WordPress and WooCommerce. We made a deep customization of the professional template chosen by the client, and we did some custom coding to change the inter... Read More


    This is a freelance job aggregator for translators we first built in 2010 using the now discontinued Yahoo! Pipes service. In 2016, after Yahoo! closed down Pipes, we have redeveloped the site from scratch using WordPress and a custom data-mining engine running on a separate server. The engine ca... Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 22 Feb, 2017
    Company recommended by reviewer Draggard did an amazing job for us, which involved not only creating a technically complex website with lots of specific details, but also setting up a separate online application for automatic data mining and processing. The tea...  Read More

    Alberto Gonçalves

  • Reviewed on 7 Oct, 2014
    Company recommended by reviewer This is the nicest service in web design I have ever encountered. They speak normal people language, taking care not to confuse you with technical terms. They listen to all you have to say and help you decide what you need and w...  Read More

    Elena Alderman
    — TeaTown


Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Attentive, professional, multilingual, versatile, multi-skilled

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : We will definitely expand into the mobile application development market, since it's inevitably becoming a closely related field of business, and complex solutions should include mobile apps along with websites. Growing our base of crowd-sourced professionals will eventually transform our company into a comprehensive technical management service acting as a link between non-technical clients and the IT crowd.

Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : We wanted our name to sound brave, strong and noble. Like a dragon. So we decided to come up with a dragon name. We also wanted it to stand out and be easy to remember, to pronounce, and to write. Plus, a close friend recommended it should also be a palindrome. Thus DraggarD was born.

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How Much Does It Cost to Make a Website?
Anyone who ever thought of getting a website has probably asked this question. And must have received a bunch of different answers. The shortest and probably the most correct is, well, it depends.

How to Write a Website Specification
The project specification for the development of a website is, perhaps, the most difficult but also the most important step in creating a site. It is a headache for most customers. At least because they do not (and should not) know their way around all the technical details. We don’t write specifications for car manufacturers. We just choose things like colour, trim and options. The good news is writing a project specification for site developers can also be reduced to choosing options. Almost.