The London Web Design Agency
Designed For You
The Web Design Agency
Established in 1997, we have a central London office in Marylebone, London.
We’re creatively ingenious and technically expert, but a hard-working website needs more. It needs web designers with commercial and strategic sense – people who understand what you want to achieve, and who know how to achieve it.
In short, we’re the web design agency that’s designed for you.
Every person at Zebedee helps to produce real results for our clients. Our team is small, so each of us is personally invested in your project.
From designers to developers, we love what we do. That means you get happy, can-do experts, intent on doing the best possible job.
And we don’t just love web design for its own sake – we love what it can do for your business.
Karen is a UX strategist and business analyst. Clients value her understanding of a user's motivations, goals and behaviors. As well as her 20 years of technical, SEO & project management experience which pays dividends on every project.
Terry keeps the business running smoothly while keeping the team happy. From managing the operations and the accounts to client updates and on-going project work, she’s the ultimate multi-tasker.
Alexia is our freelance web designer. Specialising in UX/UI, she deals with the design and usability for our web sites and apps. Her keen eye for detail ensures delivery of high-quality creative work.
Are you crackling with creativity and commitment? If you think you've got what it takes to join our energetic team then send us your CV and we’ll get in touch.
How We Work
Our agency will question, listen and dig deep until we really understand your objectives. Then we focus on those objectives all through your web design and build.
So whether you need web design that pulls in more clients, boost sales of your products, puts your message across clearly or revitalises your brand – you’ve found the agency that will deliver.
Looking for a web design agency in London? Look no further.
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