Web Design

I produce simple, good looking and well-designed web sites.

I build them with care, and without fuss, for a fair and reasonable fee.

Choose my standard studio hourly rate (£60/hour) or a negotiable, advanced fixed fee.

Starter Sites

If you are looking for a professional web site, but do not have a huge budget, don't worry. I can create an affordable solution for you. You don't need to spend a fortune to look good on the web.


Full Sites

If the design of your site will be critical to the success of your business, call me. I have what is needed to provide a first class site design, working with my delightfully geeky html partners if required.


Responsive

I can design fixed sites or mobile-friendly responsive sites (like this one). If you're not sure what the difference is give me a call - I'll explain it in jargon-free language to help you decide what is best.


Self Edit

All my sites allow you to update content yourself - if you wish to. So, you can keep your site up to date without having to pay extra for changes. If you'd rather leave the updates to me, you can. You're in control.


How much does it cost?

The short answer is, as much as you want it to.

Tell me what you're looking for, allow me to make suggestions, and lets agree a fee between us.

Most simple starter sites can be designed and built for under £500. More complex sites typically around £1000 - £2000.

I work to your budget, or not at all.

01603 300370

"Our increase in sales is attributable to the new web site, without question."

Tank Replacement Services

"The web site has paid for itself many times over. It's made life so much easier."

NR7 Sprowston and Thorpe Directories

"Simple, modern, perfect. Thanks Mark."

Norfolk Arsenal Supporters Club

A few examples of my web design work . . .

Responsive site designed for K2 Collections, which generates sales from across the UK and also from overseas.

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Responsive site designed and built for Wherry Dragon Credit Union, promoting their financial services.

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Fixed site designed for Chameleon Cleaning, our region's leading specialist cleaners and leather care services.

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Responsive site designed for TRS, East Anglia's premier suppliers and installers of commercial and domestic oil tanks.

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Fixed site designed for Draper & Nichols to promote their building services and portfolio of work.

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Fixed site designed for Whiterails Livery, promoting their high quality stable, riding and equine services.

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Fixed site designed for NR7 Directories, promoting their magazines in Thorpe, Sprowston and Taverham.

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Responsive site designed for Norfolk Arsenal Supporters Club to promote new membership in Norfolk and Suffolk.

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Design

Your site will look good, be informative and generate the response you need to make it worth the money you spend on it. You'll be able to test and approve your site online before it goes live.


Email

If you want me to, I can purchase and manage your web site domain name (www.yourbusiness.co.uk) and provide email facilities. If you prefer to arrange that yourself, that's fine too.


Support

Once your site is live, I will not abandon you. You can make changes yourself, but if you prefer me to do it that's fine. It is rare for post-launch hiccups to arise, but if they do I'll be there to help.


Fees

Everyone's web site budget is different, from a few hundred to a few thousand. So I always agree a budget with you based on your needs. I will only ever charge you what we have agreed.


Call 01603 300370 Email studio@aarlsen.co.uk

Mark Scarfe Graphic Design. Trading since 1998 as 'Aarlsen Design' and 'Scarfe Creative'.

Studio : First Floor, 209 Plumstead Road, Norwich, Norfolk, England, NR1 4AB. Studio visits by appointment only please. Telephone 01603 300370. Email studio@aarlsen.co.uk

All portfolio images and web design used on this site are original works created by Mark Scarfe. © Mark Scarfe 2017.

"For you were so different; you stood all alone and you knew that it had to be so." (Morrissey, 1988)