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businesses, both big and small, create a web presence to reflect their needs.


Jason said: “Our ambition when setting up Blue House was to provide a cost-effective web design and development service to local businesses without compromising design quality and we


Although websites are an integral part of almost everybody’s daily life, some people may still be apprehensive when it comes to website design. On hearing phrases like SEO (search engine optimisation), CMS (content managed systems) or e-commerce it is easy to see why people may feel somewhat confused. But according to a Maidstone web design specialist that need not be the case. Jason Batt and Brian Stroud (pictured above) set up Blue House Web Design and Development in 2008 and since then have helped hundreds of


have certainly achieved that. “We work with one concrete rule in our minds: no two projects that leave our studio will ever be the same. Many web design companies offer ‘off the shelf’ template designs, which may be simple to set up but not always appropriate to your requirements.” The experienced team at Blue House has over 40 years of combined knowledge and will start out by listening to your wants and needs before taking time to consider the very best solution for your business. Throughout the process the team


ensures all technical terminology is explained in plain English. “When clients start creating an online presence and professional image it often leads to them considering further design work, new logos or brochures etc,” said Jason. “Listening to our client’s preference of keeping everything in the same place we extended our services to include complete project management, from design and print to a full re- brand.”


Jason sees Maidstone as the business hub of Kent and is proud that Blue House is a part of it. Jason is happy to meet with you for an informal chat to discuss your needs without any obligation.


Web Design & Development


 E-commerce  Content


Management


 Graphic Design Website Hosting  Email Hosting


 Search Engine Optimisation


 Video Production


T: 01622 260215 E: enquiries@bluehousedesign.co.uk W: www.bluehousedesign.co.uk


Regal House, 13 Albion Place Maidstone, Kent ME14 5DY


Services we offer: Maidstone


• A vibrant Day Care Service in seven locations throughout the Borough in partnership with Golding Homes and the PCT


• If required, transport can be provided to the Day Care facilities on our fleet of mini-buses


• Community Foot Care Services in the home or at our nearest clinic.


• Community Bathing Service in the home for Maidstone & Malling


• Independent Living Support for those that need help with their housework, garden or shopping


• Volunteering opportunities • Advocacy Service for Maidstone & Malling • Disability Travel Vouchers on behalf of Maidstone Borough Council


• Computer Classes for the over 60’s • A list of local traders that have been recommended to us by older people


• Wheelchair Hire from our office in the town centre • The Goodman Centre for clients with Dementia • Information & advice for over 50’s in our office in Mill Street.


For more information on all our services, please feel free to contact us at: 7, Mill Street, Maidstone, Kent. ME15 6XW Between the hours of 10am-4pm Monday – Thursday, 10am-2pm Friday Or telephone us on 01622 753618 Or email: info@ageconcernmaidstone.org.uk Or visit our website: www.ageconcernmaidstone.org.uk


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