There are around 40 website designers in Lewisham; most of these are freelance agencies and small studios that have expanded from being freelancers. There are around 10 larger marketing companies that offer web work as part of a broader range of marketing services such as PR, branding and advertising.
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We do advise where possible to work with local web designers. This makes meetings a lot easier to schedule if you do not have to travel hours to visit them; also there is a loyalty that comes with working with someone local.
For businesses that are based around Lewisham, you have the choice of working with a local agency, or one of the website designers in London directly. As there are so many agencies around, care needs to be given in a few areas:
As all website designers in Lewisham are different, each will have their track record of clients they have done work for in the past. Choosing one who has already worked for businesses like yours is wise. If they have done work for someone that is similar to yours, then chances are they will produce a better site for you.
Depending on the type/size of website that you require will determine the kind of website designer you choose. If you need a site that is very basic, then a small designer or freelancer will probably suffice. Aa larger website, particularly an e-commerce site will require a larger agency, due to their having more facilities or expertise available.
All set their own rates; all are in business to make profit, as they are private businesses, and therefore all costs will vary. It is important to compare website design prices in order to get a feel for what is a reasonable price to pay for the website
All have different skills; it is important to find someone who can create a site that is unique and will stand out. They are like a business’ shop window and like all window displays do need to attract people into the shop. Do they work with WordPress or a different platform?
The town is a county borough in South London, originally founded in Saxon times, the name meaning the town amongst meadows. It is known for having one of the worst railway disasters of the twentieth century, which occurred in 1957, claiming the lives of 90 passengers and crew. It was also involved in the riots and looting that happened during the well known UK riots of August 2011. This caused much destruction and damage to local businesses around the area. As with many boroughs of London, the railways played a big role in the city’s expansion, as it was swallowed into London in 1965.