Website Design

by Christopher Cross

The Website designs are responsive i.e. mobile friendly. Responsive websites allow a site to adapt to different screen sizes, so you can offer visitors the best possible experience.
Feel free to contact me to discuss your requirements.


Take a look at some of my work

“I am very happy with our new parish website.
From the time I asked Chris if he would design and update a new website it took very little time.
I explained what I wanted, he listened and I was open to suggestions and advice. I found Chris very easy to work with and the end product was more than I expected. Due to Covid Level 5 Restrictions we were unable to meet yet at every stage of the journey I could see remotely his work. There were many new features he came up with such as a donation button, quicklinks, Facebook integration with the Website and a translate button etc. Afterwards any updates he dealt with within minutes of receiving my email. The feed-back from parishioners is that they really like the new look and I quote ‘it looks fresh and inviting’ Have a look for yourselves on http://www.olcmayfield.ie
I would highly recommend his work and his professionalism”.

Fr Charles Kiely

“I am delighted that our parish has a new website.
I was nervous about the process of what was involved in setting up a website. Also, what I needed to do, as my skill set does not include computers. To be honest it was much easier than I thought. Chris who put the site together was very professional and also extremely helpful to me and he has made the experience very stress free. As result this website is very “user friendly” which was always my intention. In the coming weeks and months it is our hope to develop the site further so that it will benefit our parish community and also those who will visit it. I know that Chris will be there to help me in this. The feedback has been very positive from the parishioners. So again, thank you Chris for your assistance, patience and kindness in bringing our website to fruition”.

Fr. Seán O Connor.