Go Graphix provides graphic design services for all kinds of businesses;
More and more people are now shopping on the internet, and Go Graphix can help you sell your products or services online.
From simple Paypal integration to full-on credit card facilities, I'll design a website to compliment your goods and services and make the buying process secure, simple and easy to use for your customers.
I'll beat the pants off most of the hosting packages on the market, and everything you need is included. My hosting is a great base for any site and is cross platform suitable for Windows, Mac and Linux. Go Graphix packages start with 15GB webspace and come with a free uk domain, unlimited transfer, unlimited email accounts, 50GB Cloud Storage, free software, free setup and 99.9% uptime guarantee, with live assistance available on line 24/7 when you order one of my websites.
Stand alone hosting packages up to 2TB are also available, get £5 off yours here.
GO Graphix goes way back to 2004 when I published the very first website for my local social club in Earlsdon, Coventry after some life changing surgery left me unable to continue my career in construction. Needing to completely reinvent myself, I learned the basics through trial and error, picking up tips, tricks, solutions and confidence along the way. Twelve years and many charitable and commercial projects later, GO Graphix is now firmly established for HTML5 & CSS3 compliant websites and all your printing needs.
Whatever your project - from a simple poster to a fully operational commercial website - I'll work with you to get the best possible result, and be assured - I'm never happy until you are.
I'm delighted to be part of the team bringing a free monthly listings magazine for all things music, theatre and the arts in Coventry and Warwickshire. See the latest copy on line here
Profits from the venture will be ploughed back into the project until we are in full flow, producing a new issue every month, then given over to a new charitable venture, providing musical instruments and tuition to schools and youth organisations across the region who can ill afford them.