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Have you been shagged by a web master?
Send me email and tell me about it to see if you qualify for  The Unpredictable Productions - I - Was - Shagged - By - A - Web - Master - Discount!!

No, it's not funny!  But it happens a lot and it makes it hard for the little guys (site owners and web masters) to get by.  I won't ask for a penny until I demonstrate to you that I can clean up the other guy's mess.  And I won't charge you nearly as much to fix it as the other guy [or gal] charged you to make the mess in the first place.

I'll build you a site that is a unique and exciting expression of who you are and what you have to offer.

I will work with you to understand who you are, what you do and what you want your site to do for you. I'll help you to understand the potential of the internet and what it can do for you. I'll use the technologies that are suitable to your purposes, not just the ones I like to play with.

I can design logos and graphics for you or will reproduce your existing graphics for the internet with fidelity (I respect the sanctity of a trade mark). I will use color, imagery, art and wit to make your site eye catching and communicative.
I don't charge per page or per scan, I'd rather do a couple of extra scans than to create a boring site!

I love building web sites because it's a unique synthesis of technical and artistic disciplines. You'll agree that this shows in my work.  Your site will be efficient and quick loading, easy to navigate and visually striking. Also, I stand behind my work. 






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R.A.L. 1999

What goes in - comes out

R.A.L. 2005



What Goes In... Comes Out!




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