There are over 30 designers in the Kensington. Owing to its location many website designers from around the UK and overseas may purchase ‘virtual offices’ so as to give the impression of having plush London offices. There are many website designers in London that use the front of having a London office in order to project respectability and trust with clients. Kensington has a number of larger website designers that do have well established agencies. They do work for global firms, such as CNN, Harrods and BMW, rather than smaller start-up businesses in the Kensington area.
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Care is needed in which website designer is selected. Due to many companies having virtual addresses in London or Kensington, it is difficult to know precisely who you are using unless you visit their offices. There are advantages in having a web designer in such close proximity, the main one being accountability. If they are local then you can meet with them and discuss things face to face.
Kensington Council takes an active interest in the business in the borough, keeping work local where possible.
As there are so many website designers in Kensington to choose from, it does make sense to select one who has experience in your industry, whether it be finance, retail or taxidermy. Having sector experience does bring a level of understanding about how the industry operates, so that a more tailored design can be created that has strategy behind it.
All website designers in London charge different rates, the larger ones will charge more per hour/month based on their size, their client base and profit margins than the smaller ones. As such choosing the right website designer needs to be undertaken with the following considerations in mind:
One consideration regarding cost is that the cheapest price does not mean the best design, but neither does paying the highest mean the best. Only by shopping around and taking your time making comparisons can you find the best web designer who can offer the best package for the best price.
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Kensington was granted to Geoffrey de Montbray by William I (William the Conqueror) who was one of the wealthiest people in the newly conquered England. Kensington was mentioned in the Domesday book of 1086 as ‘Chenesitone’ which means land or meadows. Geoffrey in turn granted tenancy to Aubery De Vere I who later became Earl of Oxford (the estate in Kensington has become known as Earl’s Court today). The title died out with the last Earl of Oxford in 1703, having lasted 7 centuries, and making it one of the longest surviving peerages in England. Kensington is still a very affluent area of London and remains home to some of the country’s wealthiest people.