We specialise in website and print design. We want to help you get results in the most direct and affordable way. Our designs look great and are effective.
We explain things clearly, show you the opportunities and put the latest technology to work for you. We can also teach you to manage your website content and use tools like Google Analytics and SEO to keep your website relevant and targeted to your customers. If you are too busy we can do this for you. Building your website is just the beginning, we will help you grow your website, attract more visitors and keep them coming back.
HELP IN AN ON-LINE WORLD
The shift from conventional marketing to the internet has been happening for years and the rapid uptake of smartphones has only increased the pace. Most people now search for services on-line rather than picking up the telephone directory.
An on-line presence matters today and will become increasingly important in the future. Yet there are heaps of New Zealand businesses and other organisations who are either not on the internet or not using on-line and print opportunities effectively.
There are barriers preventing people getting the best from the internet. At WebSmart we want to help you overcome them.
INTRODUCING THE TEAM AT WEBSMART
We look forward to working with you. Please contact Helen to find out how we can help.
WEBSITE AND GRAPHIC DESIGNER
Helen began her visual design career working as an illustrator and visual artist in London with illustrative work featured in Graphics International Magazine and commissioned by New Law Journal and FX Design Magazine. On moving to New Zealand she brought her illustrative and visual design skills to the field of website and graphic design, gaining considerable experience with a broad range of projects, including websites, logo design, branding, brochures, annual reports, exhibition displays and advertising campaigns.
Mick has been working in the computer industry for over thirty years. He started his career in the UK as a computer researcher, in expert systems, and as a systems programmer for parallel processing computers. He went on to create software for City of London financial institutions and for a large internet infrastucture manufacturer. Since moving to New Zealand in 2002 he has concentrated on building software for the web. Mick works in an advisory role at Websmart.