There are over 30 website designers in Luton that you can talk with in getting a new website, or a website re-design. However with so many website designers in Luton to consider, this may well take a long time.
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There is a wide diversity of businesses around Luton, partly due to its close proximity to London and the M1 Motorway. There are over 30 website designers in Luton ranging from smaller agencies up to mid sized marketing companies that offer a variety of marketing services (branding, SEO, advertising etc.).
As there are so many website designers in Luton, it makes sense to choose one that has an understanding of your product and services. Maybe they have current clients in their portfolio that are similar to you or in the same industry. The best way to check on an agencies experience is to meet up with them, to visit their offices and to chat through their experience face to face.
Having a meeting gives you a chance to brainstorm with the web designer. Much more can be communicated face to face than via e-mail. As you are investing so much into your website, you want to get as much value as you can from your designer.
All marketing companies are different, with different backgrounds and skills; as such all will supply different website design prices. Generally speaking, larger agencies will charge more for their work, based on having higher overheads, more staff, and more resources. This does not necessarily mean a better site being designed for you, as price does not equal a great website. There are many students that can create some great looking websites for very little money if you can find them. So it is worth looking around and getting quotes to compare.
Our goal is to help you get the best website for the lowest price possible.
Luton is a very ancient town with a history of settlements going back to 8000 BC, and with examples of Roman finds around Dunstable also. During 1336 there was a great fire which destroyed most of the town; it was soon rebuilt however. In terms of industry, Luton is known for brick production and hat making, which declined in the 20th century, and was replaced by the automotive industry in particular Vauxhall Motors. During World War II the Vauxhall factory manufactured Churchill tanks, and despite camouflage it was bombed several times by the Luftwaffe. Electrolux also moved into the area which boosted local employment.
Luton has around quarter of a million people in the surrounding area, and the town has diverse industry based on the automotive sector, telecoms, electronics, manufacturing, aircraft and aerospace industries.