Illicit Web Design was established in 2010 in the city of Exeter, the beautiful historic capital of Devon. It started out with the key mission to provide first-class web design and excellent customer service at fair, affordable prices. Since then, Illicit Web Design has expanded its service provision and client base while cultivating a reputation as a beacon of high quality and innovation throughout Devon and beyond. It is a reputation well deserved, coming via client word of mouth and a steadily growing online presence.
In the time we have worked as a web design agency, we have built a strong client base which expands beyond our much valued home town of Exeter, Devon, right throughout the UK and even into Europe. By providing some of the best value web design Exeter has to offer, Illicit Web Design's reach is becoming truly global.
Our team draws on a wealth of expertise from backgrounds as diverse as business, academia, journalism and music, which as well as inspiring our creative and technical day-to-day work shapes the very ethos of Illicit Web Design. Through our personal and professional experiences of everything from business to the arts we've come to understand the vital importance of having an online presence, yet we also value budget-consciousness without compromising on quality.
Seizing on the idea of a high-end yet affordable bespoke web design service in Exeter, Illicit Web Design pledges to craft websites that are conceived, designed and coded from scratch, paying equal attention to aesthetic appeal, intuitive functionality and maximum cross-platform compatibility.
Keeping our clients happy and growing a solid reputation comes first every time. Combining the best work with an open and straight-talking approach to our clients, we can continue to build great relationships and great websites.
|June||(Re)designing your website: what you need to discuss with your web designer|
If you are seeking a new website, whether you are starting from scratch or have a site already, here are a few questions you will need to consider to get you focused on the kind of design you’re looking for. Any reasonable designer will ask you such key questions at an initial consultation, but the most productive conversations will happen if you come prepared. By considering these questions below, you will be able to get a clearer idea about what you want.
What do you want your website to do? Are you looking to sell products online or entice a new market towards your services? Are you creating a forum for the exchange of ideas or a brochure to showcase what you can do? Knowing the primary purpose of your new website is key. In addition, you need to know your core market and the promotional aspect of ...