There are around 50 website designers in Swindon, mainly small web studios and freelancers with a small number of larger marketing companies offering a wider marketing services range. Swindon does not have a university so as such there are not as many website design companies in the area as there are with other similar sized towns. If you were looking for media support, there are a few PR agencies in Swindon that could help.
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Being a business in Swindon it does make practical sense to work with someone that is also based in the town. As there are quite a few local website designers in Swindon to choose from there is a good selection to compare and get ideas from. The main thing to consider when looking into this is the experience and background that they have. Do they know your market? Have they designed sites for companies like/similar to yours in the past? There are over 20,000 around the UK, so choosing an experienced website design agency in Swindon is a wise thing to do. What platform do you want to use? WordPress, Joomla? Creative agencies in Swindon should be able to advise you on the best platform for your business.
All website designers in Swindon are different, each with a different background and track record, and as such will offer different prices. As web designers are independent companies, they set their own fees (either per hour or per project) so website design prices will vary from agency to agency. It is necessary in today’s world to compare quotes as the recession is still affecting most businesses and savings do need to be found where they can. The cheapest site however does not make it the best choice; good design is worth paying for (like anything, if you want quality then you do need to pay); however paying a premium price does not mean the best site.
It is a large town in the county of Wiltshire in the South of England; originally a small Saxon settlement it was mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086 as ‘Suindune’. It was always a small town right up until the Industrial Revolution. In 1810 when the canals were built it started to grow quickly. The railways also helped in the growth of the town, and right up until the 20th century the railway was the towns largest employer. Afterwards and until 2011 the largest employer in town was Honda UK; however in April 2011 Honda reduced its workforce by 50% down to 3,000. This was due to the recession and the tsunami in Japan. It has a population of just under 200,000, and as of 2011 has a varied industry now that the automotive sector has declined. The council are looking into initiatives to attract new business into the region.