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Topic # 114896 6-Mar-2013 15:23
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Hi
I created a really basic website for an organisation quite a few years ago. Its currently very plain, has about 11 static pages with a few links to some other sites and a handful of documents.

I am not a website designer and the site needs some professional design - nothing too over the top.

I am in Auckland and the customer is in Wellington.

I was wondering if anyone knows of a professional website design business that they have used to do such a (smallish) job. I imagine the customer would need to be visited with a couple of times to discuss what they would like the site to look like - colour scheme/some basic graphics.

Any suggestions appreciated.

Rob





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  Reply # 776115 7-Mar-2013 10:33
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Hi, I work for Fresco. Small family run business with 4 employees based in Wellington. We do small to large sites, design and/or build.  If thats what your after. 
Can give them a call or flick them an email.

Fresco.co.nz
Phone: 04 475 9500
Email: mail@fresco.co.nz

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  Reply # 776261 7-Mar-2013 14:31
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Wordpress is a good platform for simple websites. That doesn't answer your question though.




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