Professional and effective web site design. Norwich, Norfolk.
Web sites built with care, and without fuss, for a fair and reasonable fee.
If your budget is tight I can design a single page web site with a professional look, text, images and contact details for just £150.
A professional web design service without spending a fortune. Perfect for self employed, small businesses, clubs and organisations.
Your web site design will be 'responsive', which means it will look good on smart phones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers.
Web sites I design allow you to log in and update content directly. So you can keep your site up to date easily yourself if you want to.
How much does it cost?
My prices for building a web site are upfront and simple.
The cost is £100 per site, plus £100 per page.
So, a 1 page site is £200, a 2 page site is £300 and so on.
The cost includes site design, building your site, writing of text (or editing yours), image preparation, online testing and proofing, proof reading and final public launch. The only thing that is excluded is image purchase - if you haven't got suitable images and you would like me to purchase some for you, these are £15 per image. That's it!
All my web sites come with a mandatory hosting and support package which is £180 per year.
"Our increase in sales is attributable to the new web site, without question."
Tank Replacement Services
"The web site has paid for itself many times over. It's made life so much easier."
NR7 Sprowston and Thorpe Directories
"Simple, modern, perfect. Thanks Mark."
Norfolk Arsenal Supporters Club
A few examples of web design work from my Norwich studio . . .
Web design and build for The Golden Guide, Norwich, a local business directory covering the golden triangle, Norwich.
Web design and build for Kemp Herbs and Salads, a super local producer of fresh produce in Norfolk.
Web design for Wendy Rawlings Associates, Norwich, designed as part of a rebranding package.
Web design and build for Draper & Nichols, Norwich, allowing them to update their own project images.
Web design and build for Historic Carpet Care, the UK's foremost authority for specialised carpet care.
Web design and build for NR7 Directories promoting their magazines in Thorpe, Sprowston and Taverham.
Web design for Chameleon Cleaning, our region's leading specialist carpet cleaners and leather care experts.
Web design and build for Whiterails Livery, Norfolk, to promote their high quality stable, riding and livery.
Web design and build for Wherry Dragon Credit Union, Norwich, to promote their ethical financial services.
Web design and build for the Wroxham and Colitishall Book, Norfolk to attract new business advertisers.
Web design and build for Debbie Spratling to promote her excellent counselling services in Norwich, Norfolk.
Web design and build for Whittaker Carpets, Norfolk, to promote their traditional sales and fitting service.
Web design and build for Heathlands Community Centre. A modest but attractive and highly functional site.
Web design and build for Norfolk Arsenal Supporters Club to attract new membership enquiries.
Web design and build for the Village Book, Norfolk, to generate sales to new advertisers in the Acle area.
Single page web design and build for Steve Hicks Property Maintenance as part of a branding package.
Web design and build for Bladewater Flooring, Norwich to promote their carpet showroom near Norwich.
Web design and build for Upthinkers business and personal development, regularly updated by the client.
Low cost web design and build for a local Driveway & Patio Cleaning Service in Thorpe St Andrew, Norwich.
Fixed page web design and build for owners of Peugeot 304 classic cars in the UK, listing vehicles & valuations.
Mark Scarfe Graphic and Web Design. Trading since 1998 as 'Aarlsen Design' and 'Scarfe Creative'.
Telephone 01603 300370. Email [email protected]
All portfolio images and web design used on this site are original works created by Mark Scarfe. © Mark Scarfe 2021.
"For you were so different; you stood all alone and you knew that it had to be so." (Morrissey, 1988)