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Wrathweb - web design Huddersfield
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Proper websites - built in Yorkshire

Finally got round to re-designing the Wrathweb website and services.

Whilst still working on the principle of “if you can describe what you want I can probably find a way of doing it”, I acknowledge that for many people looking for a new website the huge range of options can seem daunting. Based on my experiences of the last few years I have tried to simplify this process and come up with a trio of packages that should cover most requirements.

Most of my new sites will be designed and built on the Joomla CMS platform with a very easy-to-use front end editor available for those who want a website they can take over and run themselves (with plenty of help available from me).

In fact there will be two ‘flavours’ of each website available - one the client can edit themselves and one where I update the site in response to email requests. The good news is that you can easily move between them at any time as needs change.

The third package is an entry level website aimed squarely at smaller start-ups, non-profit groups and individuals where cost is the main factor.

All websites are bespoke, responsive designs (not template based). They are mobile and search engine friendly and backed up by as much support as you can shake a stick at....
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William Holgate Architects website redesign for 2015
A subtle redesign when updating to a fully responsive mobile friendly site.
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The new(ish) Wrathweb website is now up and running. It is a fully responsive site that works equally well on both desktop and mobile devices. The decision to change the design was influenced by Google’s new policy on mobile search results.
On April 21, Google began promoting or relegating websites in mobile search results based on their mobile-friendliness. Google says “that the change would have a "significant impact" on search rankings - especially given that around half of searches are thought to be conducted from a mobile device”.
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