An English website designer in Bangkok

I am an English website designer in Bangkok, Thailand. I grew up just south of London, about three miles from Sandhurst Royal Military Academy, and began experimenting with web design around 2004. I find designing, coding and programming websites a constant challenge, and over the years have had the pleasure of working with some great clients. Standouts include a former Wall Street banker who oversaw one of the largest mergers in American corporate history, a New Zealander who's built a mini-empire devoted to the world of yachting, and a variety of sole traders whose ambition is infectious.

One of my designs, Mozart,  has been published (see the Web design portfolio section for details). Shown below is a page from the book Microsoft Expression Web for Dummies.  The screenshot shows the Mozart design.

Website Designer Bangkok

When we start working with new clients we usually ask them to point us to a few of their competitors' websites. This is a good way to get a feel for the industry and see how other companies in the sector are presenting themselves. We also ask clients to think carefully about color: an appealing, well balanced palette will usually consist of no more than two or three different colors, and it's important to choose a combination that will generate the appropriate look and feel.

Typography is an interesting and sometimes neglected aspect of website design. Most websites use either a serif font (Arial, Tahoma or Helvetica, for example), a sans-serif (such as Georgia, Times or Palatino), or a combination of the two. A standard approach found on many websites is to use serifs for headers and sans-serifs for content. These days it's very easy to embed "exotic" fonts to create a look and feel that's unique, interesting and appealing.


Website designers sometimes use a fair amount of jargon when referring to what goes on behind the scenes. Here are some of the more common technical terms you may encounter during the course of a web design or software project.


AJAX is a technology used to add interactivity to web pages. Often used in partnership with server-side languages such as PHP, it's a common feature on many modern websites.


A CMS, or Content Management System, is an admin area that grants site owners and designated representatives access to a website in order to manage content.


CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is a website design language used to control the layout and presentation of web pages. The most revision is CSS3.


A database is a collection of information. The information might be the names and addresses of your clients, or it could be an inventory of your stock or a listing of room rates and availability at a hotel.


HTML, or Hypertext Markup Language, is the core language used for making websites. The current version is HTML5


Javascript (sometimes confused with JAVA) is a programming language used to add animation and interactivity to web pages.


PHP is a programming language used to manage information on the server. It is often used in conjunction with AJAX to control the appearance and content of web pages.


SEO refers to the techniques used to help websites achieve high rankings in search engines. This website, for example, has been optimized for search terms such as "website designer in Bangkok".


SQL, or Structured Query Language, is a language used for retrieving information from a database. It's usually used in conjunction with other programming languages, such as PHP

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 website designer in Bangkok, Thailand, and have a project that requires TLC, devotion and a creative touch, please contact us.

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