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Redditch Website Design
e64 has been providing website design in the Redditch area for over 10 years and our enthusiasm and passion for designing stunning websites keeps growing each year.
The experience we have in website design is evident in the number of loyal customers we have in Redditch and the surrounding areas. Our goal is to develop a long standing relationship with each of our customers, relationships that have proven time and again to be beneficial to both e64 and the customer.
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 Redditch 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 can help 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 will happily discuss your requirements and goals, and go through how you can make best use of the website to achieve them..
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.
What can you expect from e64?
You never know who is looking at your website, so it's important to get it right. We understand that and we think of your website as we would our own, and work with you to make sure that it is a great advert for your business.
Being a website design company in the Redditch 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.
Here are a few reason why you would choose a website designer from the Redditch area:
- Being local to you in the Redditch area, it's easy to meet up.
- We're a small professional website design company committed to our customers.
- We are happy to discuss how to make the most from your site at any time, without obligation.
- We specialise in:
- Professional Website Design
- eCommerce Website
- Website Promotion
- Pay per Click Advertising
- Bespoke Website Systems
- Data Driven Websites
- Discuss your project with the team members working on it.
- Fast and efficient turnaround times to meet any agreed timescale.
- Professional, high quality website design.
Website design goals for businesses across Redditch have become more demanding, and can offer greater benefits to business than ever before.We make sure that your website provides a solid communication tool to your customers, partners, prospects and visitors, and that the design reflects your company and brand.
Located 17 miles northwest of Worcester and 15 miles south of Birmingham Redditch has grown from very lowly beginnings to become one of the largest towns in Worcestershire. The site of present day Redditch was once an oak forest called Feckham King John had a hunting lodge near by. In the valley of the River Arrow which ran through the area were the Hamlets of Osmerley and Bordesley. In 1141 a charter was granted to the Cistercians possibly by the Empress Matilda to build an Abbey which the Monks named St.Marys of Bordesley the monks removed both settlements in order to divert the river to feed the fishponds and run the mill. The name Osmerley disappeared. By 1349 the settlement that had grown up around the Abbey had acquired the name La Rededitch possibly derived from RedDych referring to the red clay found on the banks of the Arrow. As with so many ecclesiastical establishments Bordesley Abbey was dissolved in 1538 by Henry VIII the property passed to by Lord Windsor (who had no option as Henry had taken a liking to Windsors Stanwell House). The only part of the Abbey to to survive was St.Stephens Chapel which remained in use until 1805 after the dissolution the community moved away from the valley floor to higher flat piece of ground to set up a new village roughly where the centre of Redditch now stands. Things ticked over slowly with various cottage industries and the woodland providing a means of living but needlemaking began to emerge as dominating industry the earliest reference to it is in 1639 and many factories were to be found along the banks of the River Arrow. The Forge Mill of 1730 is now the only remaining waterdriven needle scouring mill in the world now a Museum of Needle Making it also gives a fascinating insight into the life and History of Redditch.
In 1855 Redditch became a Parish and the chapel was replaced by St.Stephens Church. Other small metal items Fishing Hooks Fishing Tackle and Springs were soon being produced and latterly Motorbikes in the shape of Royal Enfield were made in Redditch. In 1894 Redditch Urban District Council was created and by the early 1060s the population had reached 32000. In 1964 the town was designated as a New Town in order to accommodate the influx of people from Birmingham several housing and industrial developments were built Church Hill Lodge Park Matchborough Wingates and Woodrow among them the town centre was largely demolished and replaced by the Kingfisher Shopping Centre. The population rocketed to 78000 in just a few short years. The old industries have been replaced by modern light industries and large businesses such as Halfords the retailer and the engineering firm GKN have their headquarters in Redditch. In 1980 Queen Elizabeth II a Royal Charter granted the status of Borough Council. In subsequent years Redditch has seen massive growth and continued development such as the 900 acre Arrow Valley Park where two million trees have been planted refurbishment of the Kingfisher Centre into on of the largest shopping centres in the West Midlands. The community now benefit from one of the greenest and most thoughtfully landscaped towns in the country.