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Dudley Website Design
e64's reputation for providing stunning website design for businesses in the Dudley area has grown for over 10 years, and we get more passionate and enthusiastic each year we do it.
Having built a wealth of website design experience it is no wonder that we have so many very happy customers in Dudley and the surrounding areas. We develop long standing relationships with every customer, and it is these relationships that make e64 as successful as we are.
Being a small website design company, we can easy adapt so we can work with the changing needs of your business, and because we're also in the Dudley area we are close by for any meetings, or project catch ups. In fact we would encourage you to pop in any time to discuss how your website design could generate increased traffic and conversions, using our knowledge and experience we could offer help and advice on how to get the most from your site.
How e64 will benefit you
You can work with e64 confident we will be a long term partner to your business, bringing with us a wealth of experience and offering on-going, up to date advice and information to benefit your business.
You need to be able to focus on your business and not worry if you're missing out on something that could benefit your website, and this is why we make sure we keep up to date with all the latest web technologies and techniques. This way we can offer your knowledgeable, sound advice when it's required.
To find out how e64 can help build and develop the online presence for your business, contact us now. We can talk to you about how we can help, and what we can achieve for your business through your website.
Alternatively if you would like to read more about our services or review some of our customer testimonials, please browse the rest of our website using the links above, where you'll find plenty of useful information. We also have an e64 blog that is updated regularly that you may also find useful.
How will e64 exceed your expectations?
As you know, your website says a lot about your business, what you offer, what you believe in, your passion and your customer service; so we think it's important to get it right.
Being a website design company in the Dudley area makes it very easy to get together with you so we can discuss your needs and use our broad experience to make your site the best it can be.
There are many reasons why you would choose a website designer in the Dudley area, here are a few of them:
- Being local to you in the Dudley area, it's easy to meet up.
- We specialise in website design, and our team will be dedicated to your website.
- We are happy to discuss how to make the most from your site at any time, without obligation.
- Our specialties include:
- Website Design
- eCommerce Website
- Search Engine Marketing
- Google AdWords
- Bespoke Website Systems
- Database Websites
- Direct access to the people working on your website.
- Quick answers, quick results and quick turnaround times.
- Stunning website designs, professional created.
The benefits Dudley area businesses are now getting from well-designed websites is growing each year, and the requirements are getting more and more demanding.Getting the right message across to your website visitors has never been more important, and we work with you to ensure that your website becomes a highly effective communications tool working for your business 24/7.
Dudley has a history dating back to Anglo-Saxon times, its name deriving from the Old English 'Duddan Leah' (meaning Dudda's clearing) and one of its churches being named in honour of the Anglo-Saxon King and Saint, Edmund. Dudley Castle has stood on a hill overlooking the town since the time of the Norman Conquest, and is mentioned in the Domesday Book. The present castle building dates from the 13th century, and provided the centre around which the town grew. Dating from the 12th century are the ruins of St. James Priory, set within the Priory Park.
The town was a major market town during the Middle Ages, selling not only agricultural produce but also iron goods at a national level. Working iron and mining for coal was in practice as early as the 13th century, and by the 18th century the town had become a significant industrial hub.
The town's population grew dramatically during the 18th and 19th centuries because of the increase in industry, and it became a central part of the Black Country. The main industries in Dudley included coal and limestone mining. Other industries included iron, steel, engineering, metallurgy, glass cutting, textiles and leatherworking. Of historical significance, the first Newcomen steam engine was installed at the Conygree coalworks a mile east of Dudley Castle in 1712.
During this time living conditions were incredibly poor, with Dudley being named 'the most unhealthy place in the country', which led to the installation of clean water supplies and sewage systems, and later the extensive development of council housing during the early 20th century to relocate the occupants of local slum housing.
In World War II, Dudley was bombed on several occasions, with a number of fatalities, though nowhere near as severely as its near neighbour Birmingham.
The town was developed substantially in the early 20th century, with the construction of many entertainment venues including a theatre and cinemas, and later in the 1960s several indoor shopping precincts. In more recent years, however, the declining industry in the area has given rise to high unemployment, resulting in the closure of many town businesses. The development of the nearby Merry Hill Shopping Centre between 1985 and 1990 also saw the loss of most of the town centre's leading name stores, which relocated to take advantage of the tax incentives offered by Merry Hill's status as an Enterprise Zone.
In more recent years the town has declined further still, with the financial crisis and recession resulting in even more of the retail units in the town centre becoming vacant. The Woolworths store on Market Place closed in December 2008 when the company went bankrupt, and Beatties closed its store - the last department store in the town - in January 2010, after more than 40 years due to falling trade.