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Your website is your ‘shop window’ and the single most important aspect of your marketing after your staff and reputation. In today’s market, there are many high expectations of websites. Every company is expected to have one, and every end-user expects it to be everything they need it to be.


 At Chapman Consulting, we have decades of experience in the design, build and project management of new websites for B2B and B2C marketing.  Our web designers produce eye-catching designs that optimise the navigation and user experience, and maximise lead generation.

Our preferred platform for development is WordPress, which currently powers 43% of all websites on the internet. It is widely considered to be the best all round package for content management, ease of future development, flexible functionality and SEO – WordPress websites tend to rank higher than others on Google. 

So for a modern website, designed for user-friendly navigation, ease of future management and development and SEO that drives traffic to your site, get in touch. 

Other Website Services

Following a website’s completion we often provide the content management system (CMS) training as many clients will choose to update future standard content themselves. Alternatively, we can provide this service for clients who lack the internal resource to make these updates.

Sometimes, if it is more cost-effective than building a new website, we work with clients to improve their existing site. This is done by examining the design, the user experience and SEO and suggesting/implementing enhancements and improvements.

Our experienced website project managers and consultants also provide a project management-only service, working with other digital agencies to get the best result for our client.

Finally, we provide website hosting and maintenance services, which ensure that your site is always secure, continues to function smoothly, is regularly updated with the latest plug-ins by including WordPress updates, and is hosted on servers that minimise any ‘downtime’.