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Introducing our new venture: Three Peaks Web Design

Screen Shot 2016-05-05 at 10.57.43We are delighted to announce the launch of our sister company Three Peaks Web Design, a new low cost website company created for small to medium businesses to get themselves on the web and looking fabulous.

Three Peaks is a range of website products we’ve developed through listening to clients and their concerns regarding web design.

Three common issues we encountered were:

  • MoneyTimeComplexMoney: Start up website costs can easily eek into the thousands, and for many, especially start-ups, this is not money that is readily available.
  • Time: Having the time to devote to learning to understand how a website works and building it yourself, updating a blog, updating plugins, etc.
  • Complexity: Bamboozled by hosting and html, and questioning if you really need to have that extra bell or whistle…

Time = money, add complexity into the mix plus a wedge of web design and we’re not on for a harmonious living situation. We understand many businesses can’t afford the often huge cost to set up a website, but completely bespoke options are beyond their budget. We also understand that in this day and age, all businesses need an online platform. Three Peaks offers low cost website design from as little as £500 by including everything you need, and nothing you don’t.  We literally want to untangle the web to get you sitting pretty in peak condition.

Screen Shot 2016-05-05 at 10.58.40DIY websites are everywhere at the moment, promising the earth for a fraction of the cost – sites that appear to be ‘free’ tools to build ‘spectacular’ websites – did anyone ever warn you when something sounds too good to be true..? These sites are difficult to manage, restrictive, and often not very google friendly – on top of that, the time it takes you to learn how to fit a square peg in a round hole is substantial and if you make a mistake, there’s no one to help you fix it.  It’s very rare that I have ever encountered a ‘free’ site that doesn’t look exactly that. The aim of Three Peaks is to give clients bespoke user-friendly websites that are tailor-made for them. In order to do this, we have created our own range of templates and design elements that we can chop and change, move and meld, adapt and rewrap to form an individual site for you and your business without the couture price tag.

Colour, texture, and branding can make an enormous difference to a site, and something clean, simple and effective is all any business needs.  Three Peaks has it all covered, including the first year domain name and hosting included. To keep your site in peak condition, we also provide a low cost maintenance package, but there’s no need for direct debits or bank details, we’ll simply invoice you once a year with no nasty surprises.

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We have created a three tier package ranging from a single page website to a function-full bespoke site with up to ten pages.  These are by no means exhaustive; if there are any ‘bolt ons’ you might need, such as third-party integrations (mailchimp, B&B booking sites, etc), gallery, blog, or interactivity, we are happy to discuss your requirements and provide a cost for you.  As we also specialise in branding, we are happy to help in this respect too and we have a host of talented individuals we can call on for any marketing, photography or copywriting you may request.  Did we also mention they are all fully responsive? See your site on a phone, tablet, or the big screen and it will adapt to it’s surroundings.

In a landscape where everyone shouts to be heard, we believe in taking the high road, climbing above the noise, and raising the standard of budget website design. We want you to be a part of our story. Let’s help your business reach the top together.

Have a look at the website, let us know any questions or queries, and if you or anyone you know is looking for online exposure, point them in the direction of the Three Peaks.

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