My name is Stuart Cusack and I provide services for each stage of a website's creation and continued development including: design, coding, hosting and search engine optimisation.
I can build all kinds of websites from scratch and I can implement changes on existing websites. I also provide a dedicated website management and optimisation service for clients who need to outperform the competition.
WordPress is by far the most popular website management system in the world and it's running in the background of roughly one quarter of all websites. It is tried and tested by hundreds of millions of users.
Open source content management systems such as WordPress can be great frameworks on which to build a website but when it comes to flexibility, speed and security, a custom coded website wins hands-down.
Furthermore, typical brochure-style websites only scratch the surface of what modern websites can do. Advances in web technologies are shifting desktop applications into the internet browser.
I am a full-stack web developer which means I can take your concepts and turn them into functional cloud-based applications with public websites, private user areas and back-end administration systems.
In these technological times, every business should have a website, but launching a website is only the beginning.
If your business relies on it's website for new customers then properly optimising it for Google searches is crucial. A website at the bottom of the search results is not going to make much of a difference.
Determining what search phrases to target and building pages optimised around those phrases can be a complicated process but I am here to help.
Every website needs a server machine to host its files and provide access to those files to visitors over the internet.
There are many different hosting options available to a website owner, each coming with different power and pricing.
I'm available to discuss new projects, provide quotations for work and I'm always interested in talking about a collaboration with people in the industry.
I occasionally provide lessons for those seeking to learn about web development, depending on my schedule.