There are over 50 website designers in Hemel Hempstead; as the industry around this new town has grown and diversified, new designers have been springing up. Most of the web agencies in Hemel Hempstead are medium in size.
However there are several larger web studios that do focus on big business.
In addition there are many larger marketing companies that offer web work, along with a broader mix of marketing services, such as branding, advertising and PR. There are also many web designers in nearby Watford that may be suited.
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For business in the town it does make practical sense to use someone local rather than being miles outside. As there are so many local agencies, there is plenty of choice when it comes to who to use, whether a larger agency or a smaller one.
It is good to meet with a few local firms, see their studios and chat to the staff. This should give you a feel for how their business works, and the kind of business they are.
Many do prefer to deal via e-mail, as it is cheaper and they can fit in more clients; but for value, it does pay to get to know the agency to ensure that they are right for you.
It is well worth chatting to a few of their current customers, to find out how they work as a business, how quick they are to respond to requests, and whether they give good value for money.
Selecting a designer that knows your industry is also wise, as they will know which designs work well and which do not.
All web companies offer different rates. Some of the larger firms charge more per hour/day due to higher overheads or higher profits, than some of the smaller ones.
In today’s world it does pay to shop around and compare costs in order to ensure that you are not overspending. Web design prices do vary from agency to agency, as there are no set rates, so it is wise to shop around.
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The town is situated to the north west of London in Hertfordshire.
The name was referred to in the Domesday Book of 1086 as ‘Hamelamesede’, comprising ‘Haemele’, which was the name of the owner of the land in the 8th century, and ‘stede’ means ‘place’ in Old English.
There has been a settlement in the area since the 8th century, however it was granted a royal charter by Henry VIII in 1539.
The town was really developed just after the Second World War, as a New Town developed as part of the recovery from the Blitz, with the overflow of displaced people who lost their houses due to German bombings.
It currently has around 80,000 inhabitants according to the council and is known for its ‘magic roundabout’, known as ‘the Plough Roundabout’.