No Nonsense Web Design for Businesses in Leeds and West Yorkshire

What we do

We build fast, clean websites that follow Google's best practice guidelines and can be seen on any device.

We use the appropriate technology to achieve these goals and allow for easy updating and expanding of your website as your company grows.

Working for businesses in the Yorkshire area

We mainly work with small local business in the Yorkshire area. We are based in Leeds and want to work with you to help you establish your web presence.

Though we are not limited to the Yorkshire area, we are willing to take on work from anywhere in the world, even Lancashire.

  • Step 1: Discuss website requirements

    1: We Discuss

  • Step 2: Design the website

    2: We Design

  • Step 3: Deliver the website

    3: We Deliver

Three easy steps to getting your website on-line

Step 1: Discuss

The first step is to talk about all the aspects of your website. What is its purpose? Who are the target audience? What functions do you need? Have you already got a brand and Logo?

We need to find out exactly what you require so that we can plan the strategy for building your website.

Step 2: Design

Once we have agreed what you require we will design and build your website. We build all our websites to meet Google's best practice guidlines so that your site has the best chance of doing well in the search rankings.

Step 3: Deliver

Then we deliver a site that can be viewed on any common device, desktop pc, laptop, tablet or smart phone because access to the internet is becoming easier across all these devices.

From the Office for National Statistics: "Access to the Internet using a mobile phone more than doubled between 2010 and 2012, from 24% to 51%."

As smartphone and tablet design become better and cheaper, everyone is going to have them, doesn't it make sense that your website will work on them from the outset?

All things web: our latest blog posts

Design Thinking

What do you think of when you think of design?

Possibly a product from Apple or a flashy sports car. But it's not only products and objects that can be designed. Systems can be designed too. And a new discipline called Design Thinking has been influencing how companies are doing business.

This article talks about what we learned about Design Thinking.

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How To Set Up Dual Monitors

There's so much information out there on the internet on websites that it's hard to take it all in. Information overload!

There's one small step we can take to make our lives easier in this information rich environment. And that is to have more than one monitor on our computer.

How do you do this? It can be straight forward or it can be a little more involved. This article explains the ins and outs of getting dual monitors to work on your system.

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Gmail: 4 of My Favourite Features

Google gives away so much useful stuff that sometimes I just take it for granted. Well in this article I'm saying that I think Gmail is cool! I've used it for years and it has never let me down; the emails I receive always seem to come through really quickly and it has lots of features that I find incredibly helpful.

I have lots of different email addresses associated with the different websites I build and am involved in. I administer them all from Gmail, it's easy enough to set up this article tells you how.

I also describe three features that I like using that aren't set by default, and I tell you how to enable them.

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