Creative Web Design Services in Surrey

Bring your brand to life online with a bespoke website that boosts engagement and brings a return on creativity. 

Beautiful websites that break the mould.

Your website’s your opportunity to stand out. So why settle for something bland?
My clients benefit from stunning sites that are carefully crafted and custom-made by some of the industry’s leading artistic minds.

I begin the design journey with a series of discovery sessions, absorbing ourselves in your brand and industry to make sure your website resonates with customers and reinforces your key message.

As your dedicated web design expert, you can depend on me to create a digital experience that inspires action. Drawing inspiration from different mediums, I’ll design your website to leave a lasting impression on your audience.  

Web Design

What makes me sooo good at it…


I’m an artists at heart, and it shows. Your new website will be hand-crafted to create one-of-a-kind websites that break industry stereotypes.


I combine creativity with a deep understanding of user needs to deliver meaningful and relevant digital experiences.


I’ll draw on insights from discovery workshops to make informed decisions on the user journeys, content hierarchy and sitemap.


Your website’s the centrepiece of your visual identity. I make every click count through creative design and UX that converts. 

Thoughtful UX Design.

Before we get to the visuals, our team will have carefully considered the goals, strategy and architecture behind the site. That way, we can be sure that user experience will be flawless and the markers of success will be met.

Eye-catching interfaces.

Using wireframes as a foundation for each page, we’ll design a clean and intuitive interface that is simple, beautiful and built with your business goals in mind.

Web Design FAQs

Having a professional website is important for several reasons:
  • Credibility: A well-designed website creates a positive first impression and builds trust with potential customers.
  • Online Presence: A website allows your business to have an online presence, making it easier for people to find and learn about your products or services.
  • Customer Convenience: A website provides convenience for customers as they can access information about your business anytime, from anywhere.
  • Marketing and Sales: A website serves as a marketing and sales tool, allowing you to showcase your offerings, generate leads, and convert visitors into customers.
  • Purpose and Goals:Define the purpose of your website and set clear goals for what you want to achieve (e.g., lead generation, e-commerce sales, brand awareness).
  • Target Audience: Understand your target audience’s demographics, preferences, and needs to tailor the design and content accordingly.
  • User Experience: Focus on creating a user-friendly website with intuitive navigation, fast loading times, and mobile responsiveness to ensure a positive experience for visitors.
  • Branding and Visual Appeal: Incorporate your brand elements, such as logo, colours, and typography, to create a cohesive and visually appealing design that aligns with your brand identity.
  • Content Strategy: Develop a content strategy that includes compelling and relevant content, optimised for search engines, to engage visitors and drive conversions.

The cost of website design can vary depending on several factors, such as the complexity of the design, number of pages, functionality requirements, and the experience of the web design agency or professional. On average, a basic small business website can cost between £1,500 to £5,000, while more complex websites with custom features or e-commerce capabilities can range from £5,000 to £20,000 or more. It’s important to discuss your specific needs with web designers to get an accurate quote.

The time to design and launch a website depends on the scope of the project and various factors, including the complexity of the design, the number of pages, content preparation, and client feedback turnaround time. A basic website can take around 4-6 weeks to complete, while larger and more complex projects can take several months. It’s important to work closely with your web design team and establish clear timelines and milestones to ensure a smooth and timely process. 

  • The features and functionality you should consider for your website depend on your business requirements and goals. However, some common elements include:
  • Responsive Design: Ensuring your website looks and functions well on various devices (desktop, mobile, tablet).
  • Contact Information and Forms: Making it easy for visitors to get in touch with you by including contact details and user-friendly contact forms.
  • Navigation: Designing a clear and intuitive navigation menu to help visitors find the information they need easily.
  • Calls to Action: Incorporating clear and persuasive calls to action (CTAs) to guide visitors towards desired actions, such as making a purchase or filling out a form.
  • Content Management System (CMS): Using a CMS that allows you to easily update and manage your website’s content without extensive technical knowledge.
  • Tracking your website’s performance and success can be done through various analytics tools and metrics:

    • Google Analytics: Install Google Analytics to track visitor behaviour, traffic sources, conversion rates, and other valuable insights.
    • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs): Define KPIs aligned with your website goals, such as conversions, click-through rates, or time on page, and regularly monitor and analyse these metrics.
    • Heatmaps and User Testing: Utilise heatmaps and conduct user testing to gain insights into how visitors interact with your website and identify areas for improvement.
    • SEO Performance: Monitor keyword rankings, organic traffic, and backlinks to assess the effectiveness of your SEO efforts.