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Web designer needed

If anyone with web design skills feels able to help Centre for Inquiry here in the UK set up our website, either voluntarily or for modest fee, do please get in touch.

We need something slick and stylish, and I can't do it (as you can see!)

Thanks

Stephen
(Provost, CFI UK)

Comments

Kyle Szklenski said…
Well, you know what they say. If there is a web, there must be a web designer.
Anonymous said…
Ought to just let it evolve...
Anonymous said…
:)))))

Too funny...

Need a system that Colin uses? Built for a scalable community, but can function as a stand along blog.

moxietype.net

p.s. Web designers will take you to the cleaners.
Sally_bm said…
Hiya

How much actualy needs doing, and would it matter where they were based? I know a web-designer but he's a very busy man :-)

Sally
Stephen Law said…
Thanks Sally - got a couple of offers now...
Anonymous said…
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Anonymous said…
Hello Stephen,

I am a free lance web/graphics designer based in Karachi, Pakistan and would like to work for you. Please let me know the details of your project. My email address is adnan.siddiqui@live.com.
Stephen Law said…
Thanks for the offers. We have taken one of them up now...
Anonymous said…
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Anonymous said…
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Harshal said…
I am based in Miami Florida, Usa and can provide you stylish design for very modest fee. Please send me email at masterinwebsites@gmail.com

so that we can further decide it
Anonymous said…
I think that maybe you will find that person who you need or you already have found your developer, but as with any company that you hire just remember that even though they say they can help you, there is always a hidden cost.

I would be more then happy to work for you, I have worked with lawyers, and they are some of my best customers, mainly because they know what they want, and want it all.

I can be reached at sales@shapewebdesigns.com, I own and operate my own server so your company information will be secure, you just need to let me know what you really want, I can come up with design after design, but in the end, it is your call, you are in control, and you tell me what looks good.

thank you and good luck hunting.

Robert
I am not a designers but the readers of your nice blog,I my point of view it is a very good offer for the web designers.

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