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John Littleford

Web designer, working from home in Hertfordshire.

I'll turn your ideas into a sleek engaging website.

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John Littleford - Tennis PlayerEx professional tennis player and coach

I played and taught tennis for most of my life.

When I needed a new website for my business, I got frustrated with the difficulties I had with the designers I was using at the time and decided to have a go myself.

Soon, creating websites became a passion of mine and once my tennis career was brought to an end with injury in 2008, I decided to start a business that I was not only passionate about, but one I could easily do from home.

The Benefits of having a Website

the modern tennis international website built by John LittlefordBack in the day, the Yellow Pages Phone Book was the go-to solution if you were looking for a company, a product or service.
Today, the number of consumers that go online to find a local business has jumped to 97 percent. If you want them to choose your company, you need to be found online... meaning you need a website.
Your website is your number one marketing asset because we live in a digital age. Britons spend on average 23.6 hours online per week and are on their mobile devices for up to five hours per day.

By now, consumers expect companies to have an online presence (including a website) and will consider a company that DOESN’T have one as less professional.
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John Littleford
Freelance Website Designer
I custom build websites for small businesses, sole traders, charities and individuals. Let's work together and build the perfect website for your business or service.

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