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We design and develop websites for small businesses, communities, charities, creative individuals, research projects, parish councils… the list goes on and on! We provide a hassle-free package and bespoke services tailored to your requirements, and can also integrate your website with your other online presence. We offer a selection of free guides to help you think about what you need from your website. If you need more support in developing your ideas, we also provide consultancy and workshops. And we won’t desert you after your website goes live. We can also provide training and ongoing support.
“Thanks Clare for your patience, flexibility and expertise in helping us to create our new website. Our requirements were fiddly and complex, and you helped us work through them all to get the best results for us. We have had some very appreciative feedback from people about the website, commenting on how clear it is and we are thrilled with it.” — Lynn Wetenhall, Trustee, Food Exeter
“I really, really like what you do with Websites Ahoy! The fact that you cycle and use sustainable/ethical resources, and that you donate a few hours a month for charities. So much more caring than so many others. Great stuff!” — CE, Abingdon Carbon Cutters
“Clare has been helping me to make a website for a new start-up called Art and Energy. She is clear, concise and asks really good questions and we now have a website framework that is really easy to update and use. Clare is very generous with her time and is thoughtful with her wonderful pearls of wisdom.” — Chloe Uden, Director
“When the project directors were looking for a web designer we were sure that Clare Bryden would be a good choice. Our confidence was more than justified. Clare showed clear understanding of the project’s ethos, aims and objectives and designed a web site that reflected that understanding. The site, oncommonground.net was everything that we had hoped for – it conveyed our ethos very well, presented information clearly and was easy to use. Thank you Clare.” — Prof John Bryant and Canon Anna Norman-Walker