Web Design Gloucester
Gloucester based Dreamsight, providing local web design services which truly work, at a realistic price.
If you're looking for a simple holding page web design, or an online shop, we offer affordable, high quality websites which will perform for you and your business.
Contact us for further information, either via our Web enquiry form, or alternatively pick up the telephone and call 01452 30 30 40
Remember, it’s not all about web design!
There is no point having the best designed web site on the Internet if nobody can find it.
|"9 leads from my web site last week, 3 conversions. |
I wish I'd done this years ago!"
Matthew Dunglinson MD. Complete Office Moves Ltd
With Dreamsight’s Web Marketing you can have your web site on Google’s first page, for your chosen keywords and phrases. It will make all the difference to your business!
Below is a selection of testimonials and local web design projects Dreamsight has undertaken for companies in and around Gloucester.
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Long established print, storage and distribution specialists.
"Dreamsight have proved themselves invaluable to our continual growth over the years, offering practical advice as well as results increasing year on year.
Although the web site currently turns over more than 400k per year it is more than just a salesman, offering services to our clients we couldn’t have imagined in the past.
Without Dreamsight we wouldn’t be where we are today!"
Lawson Willett. Client Services Director CBF.
When CBF initially approached us regarding their web presence they required a simple brochure web site, detailing their services and offering contact details. As well as design and building their website we also suggested a modest online marketing campaign to ‘test the water’.
Over the years the site has expanded with CBF, due in part to their successful marketing and currently has over 100 pages.
The entire site is now dynamically generated, using a Content Management System created and built by Dreamsight and fully optimised for search engines, with thousands of page-views a month.
In addition we have launched a Business Printing Forum and Business Directory as part of CBF’s search engine optimisation (SEO). We are currently developing a ‘web-to-print’ print management and commercial storefront system for CBF, which will also be tailored to many other online printing projects.
Gloucestershire Enterprise Limited
Private training provider working for the development of a more prosperous Gloucestershire.
|Dreamsight: Site conception/creation. Site optimisation. CMS. Feed and web design.|
Hilary Newman Clinic
Allergy and Nutritional Therapist based in Gloucester. Improve Your Health - Improve Your Life !
|Dreamsight: Site conception/creation. SiteBuilder CMS.|
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Gloucester, England is not only a city but it is also a district of the county of Gloucestershire. This city is located near the Welsh border and is also close to the borough of Cheltenham which is known for its mineral spas.
The 46th largest city and has a population of just over 100,000 residents. The city is roughly 114 miles from London and the River Severn flows through its borders and is sheltered by the Forest of Dean as well as the Malvern Hills which is comfortably located to its North West.
Due to the proximity of the River Severn, the city had a port along the Severn Estuary, thanks to its connection via the manmade canals of Gloucester and Sharpness. Over time though, this port area happened to fall into disrepair until the 1980’s when the entire port and docks area was renovated into public space. Furthermore it is now the home of the National Waterway Museum.
There are several churches and a cathedral which have become popular tourist attractions for many. It also sports many medieval styled buildings which give a renaissance aura to the entire city, which is also one of the many reasons people come to Gloucester every year.
There are many crypts which can be found which date back to the Roman ages. Some of these remains can be seen in various locations throughout the city since they were accidentally and unknowingly unearthed during the renovations of several commercial lots in the town centre, especially around Eastgate Street and Brunswick Road.
The city of Gloucester is also home to many newer buildings including the Museum and School of Art of Science, as well as Shire Hall. Since its neighbour, the borough of Cheltenham is known for its mineral spas, which were discovered back in the early 1700’s, With its own share of naturally occurring mineral spas, which can be found, near the South end of the City.
Gloucesters town centre is known as King’s Square and it is situated where an old cattle market used to be located. This town centre was designed in 1972 as the main attraction point in what was known as the Jellicoe Plan, which was originally designed in 1962.
There is no historical evidence that points to Gloucester originally being a British settlement, but it was originally part of the Roman Empire when it was known as Colonia Nervia Glevensium. After this Roman period of ruling, the city then fell into Saxon control when it was then given the name of Gloucester, which basically means fort on the glowing river.
After the Saxon era the city fell under the control of the Earl Godwine who was the very first Earl of Gloucester who later would be succeeded by Robert of Gloucester.
There are many notable attractions thanks to the city’s rich and lengthy heritage.