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Website Design Bedford

Working with forward thinking, growth orientated Bedford companies to design optimised, responsive business websites, that work.


Are you looking for a website design agency in Bedford? A professional agency who create well designed, responsive websites that get found on the web, increase your credibility and help you grow as a business? Then look no further than Blue Dolphin 

Measurably Great Web Design In Bedford

Your website needs to be designed to be responsive meaning that it will work on all devices from mobiles to laptops. Our sites are

Your business website needs to be Google optimised. Our sites have expert SEO built into them.

Your website needs needs to help you achieve your business objectives. With over 20 years business development expertise and our business objective led approach we can help you achieve real results.

To achieve a high quality website you need to identify search keywords, copywriting, great imagery, design, UX, hosting and support. We provide a complete total service.

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Reasons Customers Choose Us

Generate More Business

It has never been important to have a strong online presence. We have 20 years experience of generating more business and profits for clients and helping them get proactive and noticed. We can do the same for you.

More Than Just A Great Design

We are professional and experienced marketing people (In fact Andrew Goode is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing) not simply geeks or designers. By understanding your business, your products and services, your market and your customers we design and build new websites to meet your business objectives.

No Hidden Costs

You want to know that the price you are quoted is the price you will pay. Our quotes are simple ( jargon free) , comprehensive and provided promptly so you know exactly what you will pay. Any additional work that is required will be quoted for so that you always know your costs.

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Want to pick up the phone and speak to us about your Bedford Website Design
Call us on: 01733 361729

See Examples Of Our Website Designs

stainless steel swimming pools


Design, Manufacture & Installation Of Stainless Steel Swimming Pools & Moving Pool Floors

The old website was very difficult to update, and with a trading agreement in place with US based Natare not an accurate reflection of the companies capabilities.

artisan coffee and pretzel stand


Design, Manufacture & Installation Of Stainless Steel Swimming Pools & Moving Pool Floors

The old website was very difficult to update, and with a trading agreement in place with US based Natare not an accurate reflection of the companies capabilities.

Ba caulkett high tip buckets


Specialist Designers & Manufacturers Of Loading
Shovel Attachments

The old website was very difficult to update, and with a trading agreement in place with US based Natare not an accurate reflection of the companies capabilities.

ajc retail
adams catering hire
fiesta furniture
merchant taylors
silicone solutions
tech inspections
total clothing
wicked carricatures

Developing a New Website

Developing a new website for your SME manufacturing business is a significant undertaking that requires careful consideration of several critical factors to ensure its success and effectiveness in representing your brand and reaching your target audience. Here are five essential aspects to focus on during this process.

Firstly, it’s crucial to have a clear understanding of your business goals and target audience. Define the primary objectives you aim to achieve through the website, whether it’s increasing sales, building brand awareness, showcasing products, or providing exceptional customer service. Additionally, identify and understand your target audience—their preferences, needs, and behaviors. Tailor the website’s design, content, and functionality to cater to the specific expectations and requirements of your target market.

Secondly, invest time and effort in creating a well-defined and intuitive user experience (UX). Your website should be easy to navigate, ensuring visitors can quickly find the information they need. This includes having a logical site structure, intuitive menus, clear calls-to-action, and a responsive design that functions seamlessly across various devices and screen sizes. A positive UX not only enhances user satisfaction but also contributes to higher engagement and conversion rates.

Thirdly, pay significant attention to the website’s design and aesthetics. The visual appeal of your website is often the first impression potential customers have of your business. Ensure that the design aligns with your brand identity, using consistent colors, fonts, and imagery that reflect your brand’s values and messaging. Strive for a clean, modern, and visually appealing design that showcases your products or services effectively and leaves a lasting, positive impression on visitors.

Next, prioritise website performance and speed. A slow-loading website can deter visitors and negatively impact your search engine rankings. Optimise your website’s performance by minimising unnecessary code, optimising images and multimedia, leveraging caching mechanisms, and selecting a reliable hosting provider. Regularly monitor and optimise the website’s performance to ensure it loads quickly and operates smoothly, providing an excellent user experience.

Lastly, implement a comprehensive and effective content strategy. High-quality, relevant content is the backbone of a successful website. Craft compelling and informative content that educates and engages your audience, positioning your business as an industry leader. Incorporate relevant keywords to enhance search engine optimisation (SEO) and improve your website’s visibility in search results. Regularly update and refresh your content to keep it current and appealing to your audience.

When developing a new website for your SME manufacturing business, focus on understanding your business goals and target audience, creating an intuitive user experience, designing an aesthetically pleasing website, optimising performance, and implementing a robust content strategy. These considerations will lay the foundation for a successful website that effectively represents your brand and drives business growth.

website design services Bedford
website design services Bedford

Website Design Bedford

Bedford is the county town of Bedfordshire, England. It had a population of almost one hundred and seventy five thousand

Bedford was founded at a ford on the River Great Ouse, and is thought to have been the burial place of Offa of Mercia.

Bedford is on the Midland Main Line, with stopping services to London and Brighton operated by Thameslink, and express services to London and the East Midlands operated by East Midlands Trains.

Bedford statistics and information

  • Bedfordshire’s traditional dish is the Bedfordshire Clanger, a sort of sausage roll type snack made of suet pastry with meat at one end and jam at the other! There’s only one bakery left in the county that produces the clanger in a variety of flavours
  • Bedfordshire has been used as a humorous way of talking about going to bed since the 1600s. So when you say I’m off to Bedfordshire at bedtime you wont be the first person
  • In the 1700’s hat making was Luton’s biggest industry, it’s why Luton Town FC has the nickname, the Hatters.
  • Half of Bedfordshire’s population live in either Bedford of Luton?
  • Catherine of Aragon, one time wife of Henry VIII was imprisoned in the county before their marriage was annulled. The actual annulment took place in 1533 after being agreed at Dunstable Priory.
  • Bedfordshire has its own day 28th November where you can celebrate all things Bedfordshire? It’s been celebrated since 2015, its thought that the date was chosen because it is believed to be the birth date of John Bunyan
  • Arlesey’s main street in Bedfordshire is three miles long and is said to be Britain’s longest .
  • The concept of Afternoon Tea was born in Bedfordshire
  • The world’s first tractor was invented in Bedfordshire, by a man called Daniel Albone in Biggleswade .
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