Hello me hearties! We currently have development spots open in our schedule. Did you know that we can code a site that you’ve designed yourself?
This is great for:
- Designers who don’t want to get their hands dirty in the back end.
- People with an existing site that looks right, but could use ecommerce functionality (or people who would like to transfer a static site to WordPress so it can be updated).
- People who have a designer, but need someone to make the site come to life.
We’ve had a lot of fun working with designer clients in the past, and some of our development-only projects include:
A recent favorite was working with Alicia Parsons on her Akimbo site. Take a peek at it below, and see what she had to say about working with us.
I’ve never been more blown away by a company’s organisation and professionalism than I have been working with Aeolidia. The whole process was transparent and efficient and I was kept informed every step of the way, despite being on the other side of the world.
It’s always scary for a perfectionist designer to hand over a website mockup to a developer (especially when it’s for your own business). But as soon as I found Aeolidia, I knew I didn’t have to worry anymore. I didn’t have to spend hours explaining what I do because they specialise in working with creative microbusinesses like mine. And since their developers also have a great eye as well as all the tech smarts, I knew I could trust them to make decisions about those little things without me having to micromanage every last pixel.
Most impressive of all, the Aeolidia team dug deeper than my initial brief and weren’t afraid of making suggestions that would ultimately be more in line with my objectives.
I absolutely love my new website and I know it will enable me to open a new chapter in my growing business. My only regret? That I didn’t start working with them sooner.
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