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Wolverhampton Website Design
e64 has been providing website design in the Wolverhampton area for over 10 years and our enthusiasm and passion for designing stunning websites keeps growing each year.
Having built a wealth of website design experience it is no wonder that we have so many very happy customers in Wolverhampton 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.
Because we're small we can easily adapt and change to meet the demands your business will encounter, and being based in the Wolverhampton area it means we are local to you, so it's easy and convenient to arrange a meeting about your project, or a quick review and discussion about how you could adapt your website design to generate more business and better reflect the ever changing shape of your business.
Working with e64
Our goal is to build a long lasting relationship between e64 and your business, where we can use the depth of experience we have gained from working with many Wolverhampton based businesses to benefit your company or organisation.
We use the latest technologies and techniques where they add benefit to you, and ignore those that don't, in doing so we keep up with all the latest changes in our industry so we can then pass on the information that matters to you and has a positive impact on your business.
To find out how e64 can help build and develop the online presence for your business, contact us now. We are more than happy at any time to talk to you about or services, and how we can use them to ensure you get the most from 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.
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.
As website designers in the Wolverhampton area means we are easy to get to, easy to talk to, and our broad experience means we know what we're talking about.
Here are a few reason why you would choose a website designer from the Wolverhampton area:
- Being local to you in the Wolverhampton area, it's easy to meet up.
- A small team of dedicated, focused website design professionals working with you.
- We are happy to discuss how to make the most from your site at any time, without obligation.
- Specialists in:
- Professional Website Design
- Complete eCommerce Solutions
- Search Engine Marketing
- Paid Advertising
- Bespoke Website Systems
- Data Driven Websites
- Direct access to the people working on your website.
- We work quickly and efficiently to meet the most demanding deadlines.
- Professional, high quality website design.
The benefits Wolverhampton area businesses are now getting from well-designed websites is growing each year, and the requirements are getting more and more demanding.We understand what impact this can have to your business, so we make sure your website is a great platform for your visitors, partners and prospects to get the message clearly, concisely and in a way that is in keeping with your business image and values.
Wolverhampton had a prolific bicycle industry from 1868 to 1975, during which time a total of more than 200 bicycle manufacturing companies existed there, but today none exist at all. These manufacturers included Marston, Sunbeam, Star, Wulfruna and Rudge.The last volume manufacturers of bicycles left Wolverhampton during the 1970s, the remnants which shut down during the 1980s being small companies including Percy Stallard (the former professional cyclist) and Jack Hateley.
Wolverhampton High Level station (the current main railway station) opened in 1852, but the original station was demolished in 1965 and then rebuilt. Wolverhampton Low Level station opened on the Great Western Railway in 1855. The site of the Low Level station, which closed to passengers in 1972 and completely in 1981, is currently undergoing redevelopment. Wolverhampton St George's (in the city centre) is now the northern terminus for the Midland Metro light rail system. Wolverhampton was one of the few towns to operate surface contact trams and the only town to use the Lorain Surface Contact System. Trolleybuses appeared in 1923 and in 1930 for a brief period, the Wolverhampton trolleybus system was the world's largest trolleybus system. The last Wolverhampton trolleybus ran in 1967, just as the railway line through the High Level station was converted to electric operation.
Location of the UK's first set of traffic lights at Princes Square: the poles are painted with black and white bands as they were originally.
England's first automatic traffic lights could be seen in Princes Square, Wolverhampton in 1927. The modern traffic lights at this location have the traditional striped poles to commemorate this fact.
In 1918, David Lloyd George, the British Prime Minister, announced he was calling a General Election at "The Mount" in Tettenhall Wood. Lloyd George also made his "Homes fit for heroes" speech at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre in the same year. It was on the idea of "Homes fit for heroes" that Lloyd George was to fight the 1918 "Coupon" General Election.
Wolverhampton was represented politically in Victorian times by the Liberal MP Charles Pelham Villiers, a noted free trade supporter, who was also the longest serving MP in parliamentary history. Lord Wolverhampton, Henry Hartley Fowler was MP for Wolverhampton at the turn of the century. Sir Geoffrey Le Mesurier Mander, a member of the Mander family, was Liberal MP for Wolverhampton East from 1929 to 1945, distinguished for his stance against Appeasement and as a supporter of the League of Nations; known as "the last of the Midland radicals". More recent members have included the Conservative mavericks Enoch Powell and Nicholas Budgen. In 2005, former Bilston councillor and MP for Wolverhampton South East, Dennis Turner entered the House of Lords as Lord Bilston.
Powell was a member of Edward Heath's Tory shadow cabinet from 1964, until he was dismissed in April 1968 following his controversial Rivers of Blood speech in which he warned of massive civil unrest if mass immigration of black and Asian commonwealth inhabitants continued.
Large numbers of black and Asian immigrants had settled in Wolverhampton in the 1950s and 1960s, mostly in the Whitmore Reans, Blakenhall, All Saints and Heath Town areas. Wolverhampton is home to a large proportion of the Sikh community, who settled there during the period (1940–1970) from the Indian state of Punjab. Today, the Sikh community in Wolverhampton is roughly 8% of the city's population.