Web design portfolio of Joke de Winter

Straightforward web design

Custom designed and build WordPress websites, to get your name in front of your online customers.

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Who

Hi, my name is Joke (really) and I run a professional web design business based in Loughborough, Leicestershire. But whether you live in Derby, Nottingham, Leicester, New York, Sydney or Siberia, I am happy to make an effort to work with you wherever you are.

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What

I design and develop websites that look great, help people find what they are looking for and help sell your business.

I specialise in WordPress development and build beautiful, bespoke WordPress websites. I make sure your site is easy for your customers, and simple for you to update.

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Why

  • Because I am good at what I do.
  • Because I am committed to deliver your project on time, within budget and meeting all your requirements.
  • Because I have a funny name.
  • Because your current website was built by an amateur, and what you need is a professional. Like me.

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One Diary

September 2014

Joke was a pleasure to work with. Not phased by our technical requirements and approached challenges by rolling up her sleeves and sorting it.

A thoroughly professional approach and really moved our website and design on.

  • Adam Bird
  • CEO One Diary
One Diary website

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Project planner

Do you have a project ready to get of the ground? Download the project planner to get you started, fill it in, email it back to me and I will get in touch as soon as possible.

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Or if you would like to talk through your project, call me: +44 (0) 7701 066 665.

Blog

Social media is not all bad

Social media is everywhere. Not everyone may be on Facebook, Twitter or whatever, but everyone knows about it. Most people have very defined views on whether it’s good or bad. And that includes people who don’t have a social media account. It’s easy to say it’s all bad, it encourages cyber bullying, it wastes our […]

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  • An Alphabet of Accessibility Issues “At any given moment, we could be juggling multiple tasks that take an eye or an ear or a finger away. We could be exhausted or sick or stressed. Our need for an accessible web might last a minute, an hour, a day, or the rest of our lives. We never know.” – Anne Gibson.
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