My name is James Taylor, I’ve been a freelance Web Designer for over a decade.
I began working with local businesses (including a number of hair and beauty salons) and over the years
progressed to working with International Distributors, Large Scale Ecommerce sites and expensive consultants
but the enjoyment was lost… I did however soak up lots of knowledge, all of which is now part of ProSalonSites.
Stepping back from the cut throat pace and once again enjoying being creative I’ve now developed a flexible, easy to use
and customisable platform to deliver exactly what the vast majority of hair and beauty salons require at a price which is affordable.
That’s the important part, I know most hair and beauty salons can’t justify, or for that matter need to, spend thousands of pounds
on bespoke custom websites, but if you’re anything like me you’ll still want to present your business in a way that shows it off in the best light
and reflects the quality it delivers to your clients. Now you can, using ProSalonSites, you’ll get all the quality of a custom built site
at a fraction of the cost.
I love what I do as a creative designer and web developer, I sincerely hope you and your business will do too and choose ProSalonSites
to deliver your salons website…
or by using the contact form below, I promise to get back to you as soon as possible…
I may be out walking the dog at some points though so please bare with me!
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