Why use a freelance web designer?
A freelance web designer can offer great value for money in comparison to an agency, whilst offering top quality websites and a more personal service.
What locations do you cover?
I have spent years working remotely with businesses of all shapes and sizes. I've worked with clients based in London, Manchester, Glasgow, Essex, Oxford, Hereford, Gloucester and probably a city near you.
How much do freelance web designers charge?
Freelance web designers rates can vary depending on many factors, from experience to efficiency. Generally in the UK you'd be looking at minimum £40 an hour for a quality freelancer.
How long does a website take to build from a freelance web designer?
On average, a website project can take anywhere from a couple of days to a couple of months, depending on size.
How can I become a freelance web designer?
I get a lot of website traffic from young designers looking to become a freelance web designer. My advice would be to gain industry experience within an agency and get that vital client experience, even if it's just for a short term contract. The business side of things is just as important as your skill-set for long term success!
What's the difference between a freelance web designer and freelance web developer?
A web designer designs how things look and feel, usually in a canvas like Figma or Sketch. A front-end developer then brings this to life in the browser layering on interaction and user experience. I have years of experience and knowledge in both areas, so I can become a great asset to businesses looking to bridge that gap between design and development.