WordPress Websites

A simple process that gets your website online without a fuss.

Step 1: Chat

We meet up for a coffee and you tell me all about your business. What do you do? Why do you do it? What kind of customers do you want to attract? From there, we discuss the options available and settle on a cool idea. You may also get a free slice of cake.

Step 2: Spec

I go back to the office and draw up a small specification based on our chat. Its purpose is to outline what your website will look like and how it will function, but most importantly, it ensures that we're both on the same page so there are no nasty surprises down the line.

Step 3: Build

Once you like the spec, I start building your website! What's nice to know is nothing is set in stone – small changes can be made if I'm made aware of them early enough. We can also meet up again so you can see how your cool new website is coming along.

Step 4: Review

It's important to know I've built something you like, so at this stage I will ask for your final thoughts. If you like it, I hand your website over to you, along with any instruction manuals you may need. Your website is now in your hands! Cherish it, show it some love, read it some bedtime stories. I'm sure it'll appreciate it.

Why Mitchweb?

Photo of Carol Perkins from Tweed Enterprises
Mitch is a creative genius who holds the hand of the wary and unknowing. He delivered perfect, clear communication in a world of jargon, and provided a first rate service. We would definitely recommend him, and have passed details on to a couple of people already.

Carol Perkins, Tweed Enterprises

Up to 35% off your website*
with Mitchweb and NBSL

Mitchweb is a Registered Provider for NBSL's North East Business Support Fund (NEBSF), helping businesses to improve their competitiveness.

With the NEBSF, you could receive up to £2800 towards your next website project with Mitchweb.

More info

*Eligibility criteria apply. Funding not guaranteed.

What is WordPress?

WordPress is the most popular website content management system in the world. It powers over 23% of websites, including big names like BBC America and The New York Times.

WordPress allows you to add and edit your own website content, can be extended and customised almost limitlessly, and is updated regularly to keep your website safe and secure.

Need something bespoke?

Although I mainly build WordPress websites, I have produced projects built on ASP.NET and other platforms in the past. Feel free to contact me on 07757 498 823 or send me an email to discuss your requirements.