Website Designers In Croydon
There are over 200 website designers in Croydon, many of which are smaller web designers and freelancers who live locally, and are just starting out. As Croydon is such an important commercial and economic place, many larger companies base themselves here. As having an office does bring with it a level of respectability. Croydon is also a popular area for businesses to run ‘virtual offices’, and therefore companies that are not located in the area do register their offices in the town to have a respectable address.
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Choosing A Creative Partner
We do encourage meeting a creative agency before working with them. Other than checking that the company is who they say they are, the other advantage of meeting up is the chance to chat through design ideas face to face.
Care also needs to be given in choosing the right size of agency. If you are a small company, then choosing a smaller more affordable agency is better. If you are larger, an agency that has more staff and resources may be more appropriate.
Compare Multiple Prices From Website Designers In Croydon
Different sized website designers in Croydon charge different fees. Generally the larger the agency the more that they charge, because of higher overheads and higher profits. As all website designers in London are independent companies, all are in business to make profit, and therefore care needs to be taken in comparing costs to avoid over spending.
This is about creating a virtual shop window and therefore the cheapest quote does not mean the best design. However as all designers aim to make profits, in todays recession all companies need to shop around in order to get the best value for money.
A Brief Overview Of Croydon
This town, south of the City of London, has a name which comes from the Anglo Saxon ‘Croh’, meaning the flower crocus, and ‘denu’. Which means valley, so “valley of the crocus”. At the time of the Norman Conquest, it was part of Surrey and is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as having 365 inhabitants, a church and a mill. Due to its location it was a natural corridor to the South coast when the railways were established in the 18th century. These days Croydon is an important hub in London’s business infrastructure, and has around 330,000 inhabitants. More recently it was the scene of some of the London riots with looting that happened across London, Birmingham and other major UK cities in August 2011.