Timothy Oxendale, Tim's Solutions - Web Designer & Developer

50 Greenway Road
Bilston
WV14 0TW
I’m looking for individuals or businesses wanting to revamp, update or create a new website. As well as WordPress based sites needing support.

Business Description

Hi I'm Tim a Freelance Web Designer & Freelance WordPress Developer & Expert 

I work with great individuals, small-to-medium sized businesses and start-ups.

I aim to have a great relationship with all my clients where I can add value to their business by being dependable, honest and by doing the type of work that makes a difference.

I’m based locally in Wolverhampton (West Midlands) and spend a lot of my time working in and around, Dudley, Walsall, Birmingham, Coventry & the rest of the West Midlands. I also work remotely across the rest of the UK.

I specialise in WordPress websites and I know it like the back of my hand, I provide excellent support, a close developer-client relationship and more understanding service. I believe that website owners should have control of their own content, with WordPress and a good developer that's a breeze. From custom plugins to fully fledged custom developed sites, to ongoing WordPress maintenance, small one off WordPress tweaks or WordPress support or as an emergency support incident. I have you covered. For all your WordPress related services, get in contact.

If you would like to discuss your project with me, then please do get in touch and we can go through it in a bit more detail.
I donate my services to local charities and non-profit organisations in and around the Midlands. I do this one day every month. Get in contact, if you feel you could benefit from this service. I also donate food and supplies to the local Animal Rescue Centres as well as equipment to the local Scout group.

I have a simplified design style, I believe design should work with content, not dominate it. The same can be said for how I build websites. I like to keep my website markup clean and optimised for search engines. I believe usability is an integral part of the design and development process and something I’m constantly striving to improve.