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Website Design Essex

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


Are you looking for a website design agency in Essex? 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 Essex

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 Essex 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

Website Design Essex

Interesting Facts and Numbers about Essex 

  • Amazingly the Essex coastline is over three hundred and fifty long; that’s as far as it is from Peterborough to Germany, and just a bit shorter than the distance Edinburgh to London. Having 35 islands off its coast it has more than any other English county and is number two county for the length of coastline
  • Colchester in Essex is Britain’s oldest recorded town dating back to Roman times. Back in its hey day Colchester was so developed they had their own Colchester mint which is why many of the ancient coins were made in there
  • At a whopping 1.34 miles long Southend pier is the longest pleasure pier in the world, not bad for a pier that was originally built in 1829
  • The smallest and largest are in Essex. With only 200 people Manningtree is the smallest town in Britain. With a population of 9000 the village of Tiptree is the largest village in Britain.
  • Dotted throughout Essex are approximately 14,000 listed buildings of which around 1000 are grade one or grade two
  • Taking place every four years and dating back to 1104 the Flitch Trials are the oldest recorded competition in Britain
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Designing a website involves considering various factors to ensure a positive user experience and effective functionality. The most important aspects to consider can vary depending on the specific goals and nature of the website, but here are some key considerations:

  1. User Experience (UX): The overall user experience is critical. A website should be easy to navigate, with a clear and intuitive layout. Pay attention to user flows, accessibility, and responsiveness across different devices.
  2. Purpose and Goals: Clearly define the purpose and goals of the website. Whether it’s to sell products, provide information, or engage users, the design should align with these objectives.
  3. Content Strategy: Develop a well-thought-out content strategy. Content should be relevant, engaging, and easy to consume. Consider the use of visuals, multimedia, and concise, informative text.
  4. Performance and Speed: Optimise the website for fast loading times. Users tend to abandon sites that take too long to load. Compress images, minimise HTTP requests, and leverage browser caching to enhance performance.
  5. Mobile Responsiveness: With the increasing use of mobile devices, ensure that your website is responsive and looks good on various screen sizes. Google also considers mobile-friendliness as a ranking factor.
  6. Search Engine Optimisation (SEO): Implement basic SEO principles to make your website more discoverable by search engines. This includes using relevant keywords, creating descriptive meta tags, and having a well-organised site structure.
  7. Security: Prioritise the security of your website and user data. Use HTTPS, keep software and plugins updated, and employ secure login methods to protect against potential threats.
  8. Scalability: Design your website with scalability in mind. If your website grows, will it be able to handle increased traffic and content without significant performance issues?
  9. Brand Consistency: Maintain a consistent brand identity across the website. This includes using consistent colours, fonts, and imagery to reinforce brand recognition.
  10. Analytics: Implement analytics tools to track user behaviour and gather insights. This data can help you understand how users interact with your site and make informed decisions for improvements.
  11. Compliance: Ensure that your website complies with legal requirements and industry standards. This may include privacy policies, cookie policies, and accessibility standards.
  12. Feedback and Iteration: Gather feedback from users and stakeholders, and be prepared to make iterative improvements based on that feedback. A website is a dynamic entity that should evolve with user needs and technological advancements.

By addressing these considerations, you can create a website that not only looks good but also functions effectively and provides a positive experience for your target audience.

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