Every year, we at Red Giraffe meet with well over 100 businesses in the Milton Keynes area to explore how we can help with their web design and digital marketing. A lot of local business owners are familiar with our approach to all things “website design” (from this website, local networking and LinkedIn) and because of our ethos on honesty and transparency, often ask us who are some other web designers and competitors in the area.
We’re not ones to shy away from being open and honest with respect to competition, and we want our clients to be as well informed as possible.
Below is a list of some of the web design companies that have a good history in the Milton Keynes area.
Clockwork are a full service design agency covering everything from branding and printing to web design and photography. They have over 20 years experience and focus mainly on WordPress development.
2. Melon web design
Melon offer a range of design and tech services including web design, software development, branding and UX. They’ve been around for over 15 years and are well established within Milton Keynes.
3. Nutshell Creative
Another full service agency in Milton Keynes, Nutshell are a small team offering creative, digital and print services.
4FX design and develop websites to cater for all business needs, from small brochure sites to large, custom built websites with bespoke databases and CMS integration.
So there we go, four agencies to consider if you’re getting quotes for your new web design project.
You may also like to take a look at some of these great resources:
- 5 Tips to consider when working with a web design agency
- The 10 Common Pitfalls of Website Design and How to Avoid Them!
- 6 Eye-Opening Reasons Your Outdated Website Is Losing Customers
Also, here is our ultimate guide on how to choose a reputable web design company:
Finally, we thought you’d like to come and see our offices in-person, where you can actually see the design team working on real-life projects and witness the Red Giraffe experience for yourself.
We’re only about 10 minutes out from central Milton Keynes, and people nearly always find it worth the trip.