There are over 20 website designers in Andover to choose from, ranging from freelancers that work from home, to established website design agencies. We do advise that it is best to work with someone local, so selecting a website design agency in Andover is a wise thing to do.
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Andover has around 20 website designers ranging from freelance designers, up to smaller web design studios. This is relatively low when one considers the population of Andover; however, the MOD are the main employers in the town these days. There are a few marketing agencies in Andover that offer website design services, along with other marketing services, such as graphic design, advertising and PR, but again not many.
Being based in Andover it does make practical sense to work with a web designer who is in the area; as there are over 20 agencies to choose from, looking outside of Andover should be a backup. Web designers do tend to work harder for more local clients, as there is more accountability, and if they are not happy they could come knocking, rather than ones that are 400 miles away, and are only spoken to via e-mail. Care needs to be taken to select a designer that has worked in your industry in the past, whether these are current clients or historic ones, as they will know the kinds of design that work.
All web design agencies are different, all setting their own rates and all in business to make profit; therefore care needs to be taken to shop around and compare website design prices. Some designers specialise in ‘budget websites’, and some on the higher end websites; so selecting the right designer is necessary.
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Andover can trace its history back to 950 AD when King Edred set up a hunting lodge; his remains are at Winchester Cathedral. It was recorded in the Domesday book in 1086 as having around 500 inhabitants and 107 males. During the 18th Century Andover became a stopping point for stagecoaches passing along the Exeter to London Road. Andover was popular with the wool trade, however this dropped off around 1809 to be taken over by engineering. Currently Andover has around 50,000 inhabitants and the main industry is the MOD.