For businesses, brands and influencers
Hello! We are a web design agency dedicated to helping small businesses and solo entrepreneurs in Huddersfield to kick ass!
Whether your customer base is local or nationwide, your website is likely to be the very first interaction any new client or customer has with your business or brand.
Your website has one job before all others: to influence prospective customers to choose you over your competitors.
At Smart & Slick, we promise you two things:
We believe that your website should be a place you can send prospects and clients with pride and confidence, knowing they'll be impressed by it.
Your dedicated web designer will work with you to identify what you need your website to do, and how best to achieve those goals.
Once we're all agreed on what the plan is, your designer will go away and build your website to your exact specifications, keeping you in the loop every step of the way.
We know you don't just want a website. You want a website that really communicates your brand values and unconciously makes your prospects feel like they know you.
We build complex websites as well as simple ones.
So whether you're looking to build a simple but attractive brochure, or the next Booking.com, we have the know-how and expertise to help you realise your vision.
More than just a web design agency.
Together, we establish what you want and the best way of delivering it.
Your designer will go away and come up with ideas. You can say yes or no to various elements.
Depending on the complexity of the project, this can take serious time.
As a guide, most brochure websites can complete this step within 2 weeks while complex web apps can take substantially longer.
Your website will be coded up, converting from ideas into an actual website!
A beautifully designed fully-responsive website that displays your information with confidence.
Turn around time: 1 week to 3 months (depending on complexity)
Turn around time: 1 to 3 months
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Huddersfield is a large market town in the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees in West Yorkshire, England. Huddersfield was a prominent mill town in the industrial revolution. To the town's west are the Pennines, south is the River Holme's discharge into the similar-sized Colne. The town's historic county is the West Riding of Yorkshire.
The birthplace of the late Prime Minister Harold Wilson, this colourful market town showcases an impressive legacy that includes award-winning Victorian architecture, the ancient Castle Hill monument and musical excellence.
The rivers around the town were tapped for steam turbines and textile treatment in the large weaving sheds which are associated with an economic boom in the early part of the Industrial Revolution. It has much neoclassical Victorian architecture centrally, among which its railway station which is in the rarest category of statutory recognition and protection (a Grade I listed building) – described by John Betjeman as "the most splendid station façade in England", second only to St Pancras, London. Fronting St George's Square, it was renovated for £4 million and accordingly won the Europa Nostra award for architecture.
Huddersfield predictably hosts the University of Huddersfield and three colleges: Greenhead College, Kirklees College and Huddersfield New College. Two-time British Prime Minister Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson and film star James Mason were born in the town. Jodie Whittaker, the 13th actor to play Doctor Who, was born in nearby Skelmanthorpe.
The town is the birthplace of rugby league; its rugby league team, Huddersfield Giants, play in the Super League. Huddersfield also has a football team, Huddersfield Town, who currently compete in the Championship.
Huddersfield parliamentary constituency was created in 1832. The town is Kirklees's administrative centre and largest settlement in the borough. The borough has been under a unitary authority since 1987, previously under county control with the West Riding of Yorkshire county from 1889 and West Yorkshire county took over from 1974.
By 1961, the town's population had reached 130,652. It had a population of 162,949 at the 2011 census, in the West Yorkshire Built-up Area. It is 14 miles (23 km) south-west of Leeds, 12 miles (19 km) west of Wakefield, 23 miles (37 km) north-west of Sheffield and 24 miles (39 km) north-east of Manchester.