You run a local, offline business or offer a service locally?
And you finally want your own website? A small, perfectly formed, visually appealing, low-maintenance website that functions as an online business card? Which you can advertise in the local press if desired?
Perhaps you’re unsatisfied with your existing business website? Maybe it looks old-fashioned and can’t easily be used on phones, meaning it’s long since behind the times?
Should your new website also be easier to find online, so it can generate more enquiries?
You provide a service or run a business, and are at home in the subjects of marketing and SEO?
But you’d like someone to create an appealing website for you, with which you can successfully implement your knowledge in these areas?
You’re more or less satisfied with your existing business website?
But you simply don’t have the time, interest or knowhow to add your news items, keep your content up to date or make any other changes? Whether these are one-offs or occur regularly?
Who designs your new website?
I’m Paul Jackson, a European of British origin who lives in Germany. I designed and created my first website for a customer way back in 1999, with over 60 more following in the years since.
Your benefits at a glance
- A designer who’s not afraid of code …
- … or alternatively: an up-and-coming middle-aged developer with design ability
- Sound expertise in relevant areas – not quite a one-stop shop, but almost
- Over the course of the years, more than 60 websites successfully designed and created, for customers in various countries
“… Attractive and thoughtful design ideas”
“Paul’s attractive and thoughtful design ideas have created a colourful, modern and visitor-friendly website that I’m really proud of.”
“… A pleasure to work with Paul”
“It has been a pleasure to work with Paul in setting up my website. His patient advice and instruction have helped me to write about my work in a new way, based on Paul’s analysis of what my readers are actually searching for, and hopefully to attract new readers too.”