Website Design

We offer a range of different designs, whether you need a bespoke WordPress theme designed for you, or a design chopped up into raw HTML, we can help you out.

Below is a rough idea of pricing and should help you find the right package for your needs. All packages can be tailored towards your needs to ensure your website has all of the functionality that you require.

Bronze

Up to 3 pages
£ 350
  • Mobile-Friendly Responsive Design
  • EU Privacy/Cookie Policy
  • Contact Form
  • Scalable Design​
  • Content Management System (CMS)
  • Klikkit Intrusion Prevention Security (KIPS)
  • 1 Year of Bronze Hosting

Silver

Up to 5 pages
£ 600
  • Mobile-Friendly Responsive Design
  • EU Privacy/Cookie Policy
  • Contact Form
  • Image Gallery
  • Scalable Design
  • Google Analytics
  • Content Management System (CMS)
  • Klikkit Intrusion Prevention Security (KIPS)
  • Free Domain Registration
  • 1 Year of Bronze Hosting
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Gold

Up to 10 pages*
£ 950
  • Mobile-Friendly Responsive Design
  • EU Privacy/Cookie Policy
  • Contact Form
  • Image Gallery
  • Scalable Design
  • Google Analytics
  • Content Management System (CMS)
  • Klikkit Intrusion Prevention Security (KIPS)
  • Free Domain Registration
  • 1 Year of Bronze Hosting

E-Commerce

5 pages* & 30 products
£ 850
  • Mobile-Friendly Responsive Design
  • EU Privacy/Cookie Policy
  • Contact Form
  • Image Gallery
  • Scalable Design​
  • Google Analytics​
  • Content Management System (CMS)
  • Klikkit Intrusion Prevention Security (KIPS)
  • Free Domain Registration​
  • 1 Year of Bronze Hosting

*All prices are guidelines and subject to the complexity of your website requirements, please get in touch for a tailored quote.

Glossary

Responsive website designs make use of flexible layouts. The goal of responsive design is to build web pages that detect the visitor’s screen size and orientation and change the layout accordingly. This is important to ensure your website’s appearance is consistent across all devices, regardless of whether it’s being viewed on a laptop, smartphone or a tablet.

The goal of a Content Management System or CMS, is to provide an intuitive user interface for building and modifying website content. This provides you with the ability to modify your own content with minimal web knowledge. WordPress is currently the most widely used CMS in the world, responsible for almost one third of the websites currently hosted on the Internet.

When referring to an Internet address or name a domain or domain name is the location of a website. It’s easy to think of your phone’s contacts app as an analogy, as it stores names against numbers because it’s easier for us to remember a name than an 11 digit number. For example, the domain name “google.com” points to the IP address of the server it’s hosted on: “216.58.216.164”, but thankfully we only need to remember “google.com” to retrieve the content stored on that server.

Domain names need to be registered (and renewed on what is usually an annual cycle for a fee of roughly £15 per year).

Web Hosting is a service that allows websites or web pages to be posted onto the Internet. A web host, or web hosting service provider, is a business that provides the technologies and services needed for the website or webpage to be viewed on the Internet. 

As hosting requires somewhere to store the website’s data, typically a server, there is a monthly fee involved for the rental of that server space. A good analogy would be the line rental for your telephone.

You can view our hosting plans here.

A server is essentially a powerful computer that serves a specific purpose (no pun intended.) In web hosting terms, it’s usually a web server that hosts your website content. 

Klikkit Intrusion Prevention Security or KIPS, is our proprietary website security system that ensures enterprise-grade security at low costs. All of our plans include KIPS because we were founded on the belief that security is just as important as design.

Secure Sockets Layer or SSL for short is a secure protocol that was developed to help send information securely over the Internet. Although most websites use SSL for login pages and online checkouts, studies have shown that simply having a green padlock in the address bar increases confidence amongst the majority of visitors regardless of their intentions.

SEO is short for Search Engine Optimisation. SEO is typically achieved using a range of strategies, techniques and tactics to increase the number of visitors your website has by obtaining a higher ranking in the search results page of major search engines. It should be emphasised that SEO is necessary for the growth of any online business.