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Here are some of my recently completed web, graphics and photography projects and what my clients have to say.
What my clients say
We would like to highly commend your work in rejuvenating Softstart UK’s website, we asked you to bring a new innovative and fresh look to the site, we are delighted with the work you did in what was a complex redesign working with our new company logo and colour schemes.
Softstart UK Limited
We have been using Chris as our web designer for a number of years and have found his professional knowledge to be second to none. He has provided us with an outstanding facility and I could not recommend his services more highly.
Accounting Equations Limited
Chris was charged with the task of redesigning our site and designing a facility where the site can be updated through our existing software. This was carried out in a very professional manner and I would not hesitate in recommending him to anybody who requires a web design service.
Simply 2 Let Limited
Chris was tasked to redesign our website for us as it had become outdated. He listened to all of our ideas and comments and created our website just how we intended. Chris was patient and helpful throughout the process and we wouldn't hesitate to recommend him to anyone seeking website design.
Elliot Electrical Ltd
Chris is a very approachable and competent person who understands the needs of the customer. We find him helpful and accommodating with little “tweaks” and updates moving forward and we would be happy to recommend him to businesses with website requirements.
North Denes Garage
I contacted Chris after trying to create my website myself. With his experience, knowledge and creative flair he was able to create me a brand spanking new website that looked far better than I could ever have imagined. Fantastic service, a definite 5 stars from me all the way.
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