There are around 70 website designers in Stafford; thanks to Staffordshire University, more young talent has been coming into the area, and more agencies have started up local to the town. Most of the studios locally are smaller agencies offering just website design; however there are many that are growing are are branching out to offer additional marketing services, such as brochure design and PR.
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Working with local website designers in Stafford is always better than having to use one that is hundreds of miles away; even though the work can be done at a distance, there are always benefits in using someone local. By meeting a local company you can chat through the project and layout in depth, as opposed to working via e-mail, which should lead to a much more ‘thought out’ website. Another consideration when choosing someone, is selecting one that has worked in your industry before. All have different backgrounds (some from finance, some legal, some retail) so selecting one that knows your industry is beneficial.
The recession is still affecting many companies around the UK, so getting the best website for your money is important. The companies are in business to make money, so it is wise to shop around and compare website design prices in order to find the best one for the job.
It is the county town of Staffordshire in the northern part of the Midlands.
The name means ‘ford by staithe’ or landing place. The original settlement was on a gravel peninsula just off marshy ground on the river Stow, and developed from the settlement into the town. It is said to have been founded in 700 AD by a Mercian prince, and when it was taken over by the invading Normans from the south, they built the Castle, sometime around 1090 AD. During the Industrial Revolution, Stafford was known for shoe making, but in recent years has become known for electrical engineering. It currently has somewhere in the region of 70,000 inhabitants and the council are planning growth in the area.