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For companies that are based in or local to the town, it makes good practical sense to work with someone local. There are hundreds of website designers in Berkshire, so it is only logical to select someone that is local, rather than at the other side of the country. Another good reason for using a website designer in Windsor is the loyalty that normally comes with working with a ‘local supplier’; there is normally the need to please someone who is local, rather than some voice on the end of a phone (or e-mail address). Many website designers do embellish on their sites, saying that they are the ‘UK’s number 1 designer’ or ‘the best designer in the country’ or ‘an award winning agency with 100% client satisfaction’. So it is wise to meet up and check that they are all that they claim, and that you are not just being sucked in by marketing spin. A meeting also gives you the opportunity to meet the team, chat through ideas and objectives, and to ensure that all bases are covered, to give you the best site possible for your money.
All website designers in Windsor set their own fees. Website design prices do vary, so it is wise to shop around and compare quotes so as to avoid overpaying. Generally the larger the website designer is, the more they will charge. As they will have higher overheads, more staff and probably plusher offices, than a freelancer who does not have high outgoings and is just charging for their time. Windsor is quite a pricey area, so it is good to shop around and compare quotes, before deciding on a certain firm. An expensive site does not make it good, the more you pay for a website does not mean the better it is; so meet designers, compare prices and do not believe the marketing waffle.
It is in Berkshire, to the west of London, and has a population of around 30,000 according to the council website. It is best known for Windsor Castle, one of the primary residences of the Royal Family. The castle was built in the 11th century by William the Conqueror. It dominates the town and is a major tourist attraction in the UK. The name comes from the Old English word ‘Windles-ore’ which means ‘winch by the riverside’, and is mentioned in a 9th century Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. The castle has been modified and added to by the various Kings and Queens of England over the centuries, with the result that it has a very wide mix of styles in architecture. There are actually two parts to the town, Old and New; this relates to the development of the town over the years. Most of the streets date from around the 19th century, however the one in front of the castle, called Peascod Street, predates the castle, making it well over 1000 years old. It is very much a cultural and tourist destination, being one of the most affluent areas of the UK in which to live. Legoland is close by and planes from Heathrow Airport have a flight path over Windsor.