what we do
Bespoke Hand Coded Design
Ideal for a small basic website ranging to a few pages, we can design a bespoke website to your required colour, theme, look, and requirements. You may already have some inspiration which we can build upon, or you may issue us with a brief which we can design a site around.
We can provide a WordPress ‘Theme’ and customise this to your liking, adding components where needed to ensure that the platform suits your needs and contains all of the ‘bells & whistles’ that you require.
Social Networking Integration
Applications such as Facebook and Twitter are the now household names on the internet, having taken the modern age by storm. We can integrate your social network profile into your website.
Payment Gateway Integration
If you operate a business, it’s probable that you may wish to take payment via the internet. The most easy and cost effective way to do that is via the popular ‘PayPal’ processing system.
Whether it is a pre-integrated shopping cart and checkout facility provided by the merchant, or a bespoke cart & checkout designed by us, it will prove to be an easy and hassle free option for your visitor to transact with you.
The objective is to create clear, simple and well constructed websites that are affordable to all. Whether you need just a single page contact form or a larger more complex site, we are able to provide the solution giving you the internet presence you deserve.
Think of our brand like one of the well-known budget supermarket's - we don't claim to be the offer all of the services of the 'big boys', but walk through the door, and you get the same results - at a fraction of the cost !. Our aim, objective and purpose is clear - We believe that not all websites have to cost the earth or be full of technological wizardry that isn't always practical, and most of the time isn't even needed.
My main objective for all of projects is to create websites that are accessible to all, easy to navigate - yet absorbing, at just a fraction of the cost of the competitors.
One2Web - Affordable Web Creative
What's Happening at One2Web
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