There are over 30 website designers in Carlisle, many of which are small website design agencies and freelancers. There are around 15 small marketing agencies in Carlisle that offer website design as part of a broader range of marketing services. We do suggest that you work with someone local, rather than using a web designer in London as it makes meetings easier.
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We always advise using a local agency, as you then have the opportunity to easily meet up and talk through designs, problems and objectives face to face. Many web designers prefer to work via e-mail, remote from clients, as it allows them to fit more clients in to their time, resulting in more profit; but to achieve value for money, it is advised to meet with them. There is also the need to come to know the designer, to meet the design team and to see where they work. It is also important to learn about the designer’s experience. Do they know your industry? What industry is their portfolio in? Can they create you an effective website as opposed to just a ‘pretty website’?
Cost is always going to be an issue when it comes to website design; websites are not cheap and the cheapest design is not always the best. However, there is the need to shop around, compare website design prices, and compare quotes to ensure that the design conceived meets your budget.
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Carlisle is in Cumbria and is situated on the border with Scotland. It was used by the Romans to serve the various forts on Hadrian’s Wall. Carlisle Castle was built in 1092 as a stronghold, and how houses the Duke Of Lancaster’s Regiment, which was formed in 2006 as part of the military restructuring. It began to grow in the 19th Century, once the textile industry was established during the industrial revolution, and has a population of just under 100,000 with various industries, mainly related to tourism and rail services; notably the companies Eddie Stobart and John Laing were established in the city.