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Owing to the strong creative element from Birmingham University, the city has well over 1,000 agencies to its name, ranging from students that have just completed university, up to larger creative agencies that offer a multitude of marketing services alongside web design.
Choosing A Web Design Agency
For companies around Birmingham, it is wise to select a web designer that is local, as scheduling meetings will be simple. As there are thousands of website designers in the Midlands, it is a simple matter. It is always advised to meet up with a web designer, partly to ensure that they are what they claim to be, as websites can make a company anything, and base them anywhere. Also, by having a meeting with a web designer, you can get to know them, and you can talk about their experience in your industry face to face.
This leads on to the next point, experience. It is always best, whenever possible, to select a designer who does have experience in your industry. Through their having worked in your market, they will have a better idea of which designs will work and which ones won’t. Also, they will have a better idea as to what your competitors are doing and place you accordingly.
Compare Web Designers
As all website designers are unique, all charge differently for their designs and costing of time; therefore it is necessary to compare a range of quotes in order to see what is a fair price to pay. Certainly as the recession is still affecting many businesses around the UK, getting the best value for money is important.
Website design prices depend on the agency, their overheads and their profit margins.
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Overview Of Birmingham
Birmingham is the second largest city in the UK after London, thanks to its growth during the industrial revolution, spurred on by the canal infrastructure, and the growth in manufacturing. The city’s culture swelled just after the war years as waves of immigrants swarmed in, bringing the current population to well over 2 million. The automotive industry historically has its roots in Birmingham thanks to the canals. However, these days manufacturing accounts for only 10% of the city’s industry. Birmingham was targeted by German bombers during the war years, due to the manufacturing industry, and as a result did suffer. Finance has also played a big role in the city’s growth with Lloyds and Midland both having their roots in the city.
The term ‘brummie’ comes from the nickname ‘Brum’ which is a play on one of the older names of the city from centuries ago; ‘Bromwicham’. It has a wide variety of colleges and universities leading to its strong creative resources.