There are over 60 website designers in Corby, most of which are smaller web design studios and freelance agencies. There are around 30 larger marketing companies around Corby that offer this as part of a wider range of marketing services, such as graphic design, branding, advertising and PR.
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We always advise businesses in Corby to use a local website designer. As arranging a meeting would be easier than using someone in London whereby contact would be via e-mail. You want to ensure that you are the web designers most important client. This way you should get as much value for money as possible. Many agencies want to keep distance, one client is the same as another, all to pay the bills. Getting the most from your designer is important, and it all starts with a meeting.
It is advisable to use a local company, rather than one that is miles outside the town. Working with a local agency is always better than one in another city, county or country, as you can visit them and develop a relationship.
Companies tend to work harder for local businesses, as there does tend to be an allegiance to local businesses, and also accountability.
At the meeting you can meet the creative team, see their studios and form an impression about them. Choosing someone who knows your industry is also something that is highly advisable, as they should be able to produce a more suitable and relevant website than one that has no industry experience.
As all designers are different, all offer different prices. Website design prices do vary from each company, depending on their profit margins, size and overheads, also on the amount of work involved. As most businesses are looking at saving money due to the recession, getting the best deal is important.
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This town based in Northamptonshire, was once referred to as ‘little Scotland’, due to the number of Scottish migrant workers coming to the town for the steelworks. The name of the town stems from the Danish raiders that established it in the 8th century as ‘Koris’ by’, after the head of the raiding part ‘Koris’, so the meaning is Koris’ Settlement. Corby was referred to in the Domesday Book of 1086 as ‘Corbei’, and became known for ironworks which continued right up to WWII. In one incident during the war there was an anticipated bombing raid by the Luftwaffe; however, blanket black cloud was created to shield the works by the burning of latex and oil. The ravan is the image of Corby. It now has around 50,000 inhabitants, and is receiving government and EU support for redevelopment.