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Website design anyone?


tony64 17 204 9 England
26 Jul 2008 11:52AM
Hi everyone! I've been thinking for a long time about having my own website. Does anyone on here fancy writing one for me, or have any recommendations as to who I could use? I have a budget of about 500, but am not sure what the going rate is.

Any offers?

Tony
steve_kershaw 15 2.3k 4 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2008 12:46PM
you can spend 100 to 100k and on

firstly you need to decide what you want out of a website, some of the gallery hosting sites are a very good way to showcase your work,

trawl the net and try to find sites you like the feel of, or specific items within a site you like,

the design and functionality of a site can be left to others, but you will need to work on the content, what images you want to use and where, what you want to say etc, the more time you spend on this the happier you will be with the end result
tony64 17 204 9 England
26 Jul 2008 1:10PM
Very true, thanks Steve!
Vodka 14 58
26 Jul 2008 2:22PM
Hi Tony, I designed my own sites at
www.paparazzi-photography.co.uk
www.barcelona-photos.com

If thats simlar to what you had in mind get it touch.
What Steve suggests is good because you would need to give a designer an idea of what your looking for.
cheers
Vodka
tony64 17 204 9 England
26 Jul 2008 4:17PM
Hi Hugh, thanks for the tip!
Looking forward to your first upload!
I know what I want, I just want someone to do it for me!
Anyone out there want to earn some money?
Tony
newfocus 14 647 2 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2008 10:12PM
Hi Tony,

Have you looked at one of the pre-built solutions such as photium or clickpic ?

They're less flexible than a custom built site but you're more likely to get something up and running quickly within your budget that way.

John.
tony64 17 204 9 England
28 Jul 2008 10:44PM
Thanks John for the tip!
sut68 17 2.0k 77 England
28 Jul 2008 11:08PM
Another advocate for the pre-built solution - I use Photium as it fulfils all my current needs. These solutions are cheap, maybe slightly less tailor able, but they're built on pre-existing, tested technology and are great at what they do. Plus they can be set up in next to no time.

HTH,
Paul
Tricia 15 325 Ireland
29 Jul 2008 11:03AM
Try Amazing Internet, Clikpic and Photium details here.
Tricia
tony64 17 204 9 England
29 Jul 2008 6:53PM
Thanks Paul and Tricia!
GrahamNobles 13 9 4 England
10 Aug 2008 6:44AM
Photium! So easy, I'm moving from Amazing Internet, which is too expensive and not as good as Photium.

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