A Web Developer with a love for design
Efficiency first. Design a very close second. Your happiness at every stage.
Building a website that gets the job done is one thing. Building a website that “wows” your audience, adheres to the latest web development best practices, is easy to update, and lasts a long time – well, that’s pretty tough. Fortunately for our clients, that’s the exact goal I pursue every day.
With experience in web development, graphic design, marketing, and SEO optimisation, I can help you at any stage of your online journey. Another benefit? I provided these services at a rate that you can easily understand and afford.
Looking to build a new website or fix an old one, or maybe you need help with SEO and page speed optimisation? Our agile approach consistently delivers impressive results on time. Get in touch to found out the many ways we can assist in your next online venture.
The two terms are actually quite different, despite commonly being interchanged in this industry.
A web designer is typically referring to someone that can create mock-ups (or wireframing) of a website and sometimes build a working model using pre-made themes or online web services like Squarespace, Wix, Weebly. They usually have a decent grasp of graphic design as well, meaning they can modify and easily manipulate the imagery that is used for web or print.
A web developer is someone with technical knowledge of how things work in the back-end. They often deal primarily with structuring a coding, making sure that the design itself is actually optimised and implemented correctly for a complete user experience. For example, a web designer may create something pretty on desktop, but then it doesn’t work properly on mobile or tablet, crashes on certain computers because of compatibility issues, or breaks when an update is installed (since they lack some technical knowledge.
I have experience in both fields, which is becoming more necessary these days as consumers are constantly evolving and changing the way they interact with contact via multiple mediums. Quite often, web design agencies would charge you for each component separately, considering there are two salaries to pay.
I do way more than just designing websites. I’ve helped hundreds of small businesses increase their online presence through organic ranking, online advertising, SEO monitoring, performance optimisation, content proofreading, hosting provisioning, troubleshooting, and much more. Learn more about what type of services we can provide here.
I don’t typically manage digital marketing as it does require a more hands-on approach, however, I am more than happy to work with marketing agencies, copywriters, SEO experts, etc.
If you’re not too tech-saavy, or even if you are but can’t manage the hassle of all the moving parts involved in running a website, I can advise and/or manage all things technical so you don’t have to. This is includes everything from the starting design brief to the technical fine-tuning required to build your website. Security, updates, and server management is all included.
I always build something as if it’s my own business, so that includes even the smallest details that can make your business more successful. There are no shortcuts here and you won’t need to worry about extra hidden costs or features that are missed.
The average cost for web development in Australia is roughly estimated to be around $2500 – $3000, not including yearly costs. It can easily go higher than $5000 for more complex projects.
We think that’s crazy. So we decided to cut out all the extra fluff and work with the things that really matter and get you results. What’s left is a professional website that makes the most out new technology, smart coding, modern design, and of course ease of use for future editing.
There’s no one-price-fits-all model, but we do have estimates here that suit most budgets.
For Small Businesses starting out
Affordable web design. Quick turn around. More customers.
When you’re running a business, especially when starting out, money can be tight. Managing your time can be even more difficult. When working on a website, we do everything we can to take the difficult components out of the equation. Whether you’re used to making changes on the fly or require a more structured approach with task management, it’s likely we have a solution for you.