Get Your Business Online with a Mobile-ready Website
Are you an entrepreneur who wants a brochure website designed? A fresh new start-up looking to set up an ecommerce store? Or a community in need of a membership site? Davison & Brain can help you get web ready with a mobile-ready website at a reasonable price.
Our Website Design Services
Davison & Brain provide website design and website management services to small businesses and entrepreneurs.
At Davison & Brain, we’re not interested in tying you to a site you can’t update yourself. We’re not interested in building you a hand-coded technical whizz that no one but the geeks can understand. We want to enable your business with a website that’s yours to keep. That’s why we use free, open-source Content Management Systems (CMS) to provide you with a site you can take away and manage yourself. Simple.
Whether you need a simple brochure website, a membership portal, or an ecommerce-ready online store we can help. Call today to discuss your website design requirements.
Need Help Updating Your Existing Website?
Do you have an old website which is just too hard to update? Or a site that just looks a bit jaded? We can fix that!
At Davison & Brain we are experienced in website rescue missions. We can migrate your site to use one of the many free, open-source Content Management Systems (CMS) available. Giving you full control of your website’s content.
Check out our blog for website design case studies to read more about how we’ve helped our clients build and manage their sites.
Website Design and Management Projects
One Saturday morning back in July, Matt Holt owner of MGL Media, came to me with a website crisis. Their site had terminally broken and their existing web person was unable to revive it. This is exactly the kind of website rescue mission challenge that really spikes my interest.
Vintage & Bespoke Ltd. is an independent Leicestershire business selling antique home wares and beautiful flower fragrance diffusers. They wanted to grow their business, so they decided to set up an ecommerce website.
The Snug had a legacy, hand-built HTML site which she was unable to access to update the site content. Sarah needed to be able to update the site with new treatments and changing prices on-going. In short, her business needed a Content Management System (CMS).