If you need help maintaning your existing web site or would like to look at moving to a full blown web solution with content management and a shopping cart then we can help.
A CMS allows you, the end user to manage your own content at any time of the day independent of your developer.
Update pages, add a product, change a product price or respond to your contact form, these can all be done very easily using a CMS.
If your sell products, need to send emails to bulk subscribers or require customers to book events on-line, then a CMS may be for you.
I currently recommend Business Catalyst from Adobe. It has all the bells and whistles and for me, it's the best bang for your bucks amongst the many CMS's out there right now.
If your requirements are a little bit more specific and a CMS does not fit then PHP may be an alternative.
PHP, as well as other server side languages, are used to process information on the computer hosting the website. This is indespensible for operations such as:
Whilst I am no graphic artist I am happy to design a layout for your site.
I use the Bootstrap framework to create sites. It has all the tools required to build responsive sites viewable in mobile phones through to large wide screen monitors