I am English and operate website design studios in Bangkok and Songkhla. My clients include leading companies, government departments, NGOs and startups. One of my designs has been published, others have featured in articles about web design, coding and programming.
I specialize in website design, e-commerce, responsive design for tablets and smartphones, and SEO. I also design software solutions for clients in Bangkok and the Asia-Pacific. Earlier this year, for example, I designed a web-based CRM for a yacht brokerage with offices in New Zealand and Thailand.
While most clients appreciate the need for a strong, unique logo, anyone about to hire a website designer should be familiar with responsive design, a discipline that ensures websites adapt to different screen widths and display properly on tablets and smartphones. All modern websites should be responsive and thoroughly tested across a range of devices.
Typography and photography are two aspects of the design process that impact heavily on "look and feel". We can manage photography on location, though for specialized assignments we outsource to professional studios in Bangkok or Singapore. Click any of the icons to read more.
More than 50% of online traffic comes from tablets and smartphones, so it's essential that websites load quickly. To help web designers assess page loading speeds, Google has developed a tool (PageSpeed) that monitors performance and gives technical advice on how load times can be improved. We use this tool for our clients' websites and in some cases have achieved a near 100% score.
AB Website Design Bangkok was hired early in 2017 to make a website for a yacht brokerage based in New Zealand. The site represents the company's operations in Thailand. Product photography was provided by the company's partners (some of the world's finest yacht brands) and the quality is superb.
We manage a diverse range of clients: we work with corporate entities, start-ups, NGOs and soul traders bursting with ambition. If you're looking for web design company in Bangkok, Thailand, and have a project that requires TLC, devotion and a creative touch, please contact us.
One of my designs, Mozart, was published in at least six different books. It all started towards the end of 2006 when author Linda Hefferman contacted me and wrote:
I'm writing the Microsoft Expression Web for Dummies book, due out in the beginning of 2007. It covers CSS heavily and I would like to include a screen shot of your Mozart design on CSS Zen Garden as an example of changing a style sheet to change the look of the page. Your permission and copyright would appear below the screen shot as follows: From www.csszengarden.com. Copyright © 2006 by www.andrew-brundle.com. All rights reserved. Reproduced here by permission.