Published In The Bury Free Press, 16 December 2013
Computer boss of Bury St Edmunds company says now is the time for a new look.
Website project manager Chris Austin from Bury St Edmunds says that with a return to growth many businesses need to ensure their websites are up to date while easy to navigate.
Chris, who runs The Internet Consultancy, has just completed work on three new websites - Mark Bilner Construction, Lakenheath, Norfolk Feather Company, Diss and The Hair Bar and Nail Studio, Thurston.
Chris specialises in creating online sites that help drive business forward, while remaining clean and simple to navigate for their visitors.
He has been running The Internet Consultancy for two and a half years and has been involved in computer systems for most of his working life.
He said: “Many firms will have cut back on their marketing during hard times but now, as we return to growth, it is time for them to start thinking about their advertising and before they do that they need to make sure their website - their shop window to the world - is in line with modern day needs.
“I’m an enthusiast, I love designing websites. It is great fun. And there are a lot of dated websites out there. Ten years ago when they were built they were probably state of the art but things have moved on. Being able to navigate easily round a website is vital,”he added.
Chris specialises in sites that work on mobiles and tablet as well as computers. Sites are constructed to suit e-commerce. For more contact Chris on 01284 767857