There are about 50 website designers in Braintree, most of which are freelancers and smaller design studios. Also there are some 20 larger ‘full service agencies’ who offer website design services along with other marketing services. Such as branding, advertising and e-marketing. When considering website design agencies in Braintree for your new website (or a website re-design), we do advise using someone local, as meetings are easier to arrange.
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For businesses that are based in and around the Braintree area, it does make sense to work with a local designer, rather that one that is in London or further away. There are over 2,000 website designers in Essex, giving you lots of choice, to find the right partner. The advantage of working with a local web designer is that a meeting can be arranged without too much difficulty, in order to talk through ideas, check out the agency, meet the team and find out about their background. All website designers in Braintree do have different backgrounds. It is important to choose one who has designed websites that are in a similar industry as yours. Some web designers deal mainly with flashing images, some with information based websites, some media based sites, etc.
As all website designers in Braintree have different experience. It is worth shopping around and getting different ideas and options. Website design prices will vary from agency to agency based on their size, staff numbers and profit margins. In today’s world, comparing prices is quick and simple, but unfortunately necessary in order to avoid over paying.
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Braintree is a small 4,000 year old town in Essex, thought to be named after either ‘Branoc’s tree’ (Branoc being a chap a long time ago) or ‘Rayne’ an important settlement in Norman times. The town of Braintree was referred to in the Domesday Book of 1086 as ‘Branchetreu’. It was used as a stop over, during Roman times, as at that time it was a small town that grew on the crossroads of two of their roads. Braintree still is a stop off point for many, and has around 50,000 inhabitants.