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Web design service
Kent Web Designs has been providing personalised web design services for domestic, commercial and industrial use for the past 15 years.
Being a small business ourselves we understand that a website often seems like an indulgence when it comes to prioritising your business needs.
However a website is in essence an online showroom for you, your services and your business.
Graphic design service
There are two contrasting types of graphic design:
- Graphic design for print.
- Graphic design for the internet.
We do offer both services and examples of our work can be found on the graphic design page of this website.
However we do specialise in internet graphic design and will always endeavor to optimise your images for the internet.
Good quality photography is more of a necessity in business than it has ever been before.
It's often the first impression that has the most lasting effect and if your product or services are not displayed in there best light, then neither are you.
Whether you need a panoramic for your website or photos of your latest product, we can help you make that first impression right first time.
Search Engine Optimization
A website can be one of the most powerful tools you can use in business. It allows you to showcase your work, explain your services, give costings and quotations to your clients without even having to answer a phone.
It can be the most beautiful or informative website in the world, however if the website can't be found when a potential client looks on Google then the site is absolutely worthless.
Hosting & e-mail services
Website design prices generally vary depending on the complexity and detail that your site requires.
On the other hand we offer a set fee for your domain name and hosting.
These are both inclusive of unlimited e-mail accounts and unlimited space for your website and images.
Statistics show that 70% of online busines's have existing web designers and websites that are either unaware or do not comply with W3C .
As of 1st October 1999 the revised Disability Discriminatiosn Act states all websites must ;
"take reasonable steps to change a practice which makes it unreasonably difficult for disabled people to make use of."