Here at Images we’ve been creating websites for some time now. We’re not just another one of these start-up graphic design agencies who’ve turned their hand to web.
We’re proud of our work and that includes our old portfolio of sites too. Sure our new stuff is better, but it’s just natural progression. It is our goal to not only satisfy the customer by giving them what they want but what they need. We like to discuss things upfront and if we feel we can offer you advice for or against your project we will. After all it’s better for you if we say “that isn’t going to work” at the start rather than after you paid us for the work is it not?
Our portfolio of sites will give you an example of what can be achieved – great looking sites that totally comply with all current legislation affecting the web, including the European Ecommerce Regulations (which applies to all informational sites, not just ‘shopping’ sites) the Data Protection Act and the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).
Please view our work for yourself by browsing through the portfolio list in this section.
We work to meet standards set out by the W3C so all of our web sites are coded properly and semantically correct.
This benefits you because your web site will meet all required legislation, run smoother and be more search- engine friendly from day one.
While this may not mean much to most of our customers it is nice to know that we follow standards when building your webpages.
When we design an accessible web site you get the best of both worlds; a pleasing design plus a site that totally meets the strict criteria laid down by the Disability Discrimination Act.
To achieve this level of competence our designers have had intensive training in creating sites that will not only meet the standard but are also inherently well-designed and aesthetically pleasing in their own right.