Web Design Services

great websites for small businesses

Every business needs a website. Whether it’s a single page that lets potential customers find you on Google or a full e-Commerce enabled store, The Cotswold IT Guy can get you online and in business quickly and on budget.


Online Made Easy

Getting your new website online with the Cotswold IT Guy is easy. From a single page design through to complex e-Commerce enabled online stores, we work with you to get the website you’ve been wishing for made real.

Call us on 07584 585 169 or click the button below for a chat to see what we can do for you.

 

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Modular Websites from £250

Even if you start with the smallest website, it can have a big impact for your business. Starting with our £250 single page site, you’ll have all you need to get started and the site can be expanded easily in the future to grow with your business.

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Online Shopping

You don’t need to be Amazon to sell online. We use WooCommerce to build your online store, so selling your goods and services is easy.

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Fully Responsive

Over 50% of website users are now using tablets and smart phones, so it is essential that your site is fully responsive and displays properly on mobile devices. We design sites with mobile in mind, and your site will display beautifully for every visitor.

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Great Design, Inside & Out

There is more to a website than just how it looks. The code needs to be secure and Search Engine friendly too. All of our sites are designed using the best industry practices and are we make it easy for you to update the content too.


Here are Some we Made Earlier…

The Brian Sinfield Gallery

The Brian Sinfield Gallery in Burford wanted a clean, modern looking website to reflect their gallery’s contemporary artwork.

We built a site that is completely database driven with a custom back-end to allow gallery staff to easily and quickly update just about any aspect of the site, from artists, the artwork, exhibitions, news and even an online Flip Book to display their latest catalogue.

The site also features an online store allowing the secure purchase of artwork and even allows registered visitors to create their own gallery featuring their favourite work.

www.briansinfield.com

The Tite Inn

The Tite Inn in Chadlington needed a new website to show off what makes it such a great pub. There are many Michelin-chasing ‘gastro’ pubs in the Cotswolds but the Tite offers something different – great food at reasonable prices, in a traditional country pub with a beautiful garden.

We set about making these the features that the site focuses on, using lots of imagery to show the welcoming interior, stunning gardens and comfortable restaurant. The homepage is dynamic allowing content to change to promote special occasions, and the menu is quick and easy to update too.

The result has been a website that generates a constant flow of table bookings and enquiries and has already paid for itself many times over.

www.thetiteinn.co.uk

Gracie Jiu-Jitsu China

Yes, we even do websites for Chinese clients! GJJC is a Western Jiu-Jitsu school in China, taking in Western students for a fully immersive experience where they learn the Jiu-Jitsu martial art, Mandarin Chinese and Yoga for courses that last anything from a few weeks to a year.

The main focus of the site is to communicate a huge amount of information about China in order to help convince budding students that it isn’t as daunting as it sounds. The topics covered not only inform about Jiu-Jitsu, but also travelling in China, Chinese bureaucracy, paperwork, accommodation and permits.

The site is laid out like a Wiki, with a huge amount of text organised into easily readable chunks.

www.gracie-immersion-china.com

 

The Old Stile Press

The Old Stile Press, nestled in the idyllic Wye valley near Tintern Abbey, is a book publishers with a difference. All their books are lovingly handmade by artists with a passion for each an every book they make. The books are individually, and rightly, considered works of art.

The Old Stile Press wanted a website that reflected their traditional values, so they didn’t want an ultra-modern look and feel, but something more organic that felt as if it belongs with their books. We designed a site with that ethos in mind, but made sure the back-end was ultra modern, allowing the proprietors to easily update and modify their catalogue.

The site is database driven and the back-end is designed to allow the easy addition of new books, and easy editing of the meta data so that all pertinent information about publishing runs, artists and special editions are preserved.

www.oldstilepress.com

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