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About Us

What We Do

custom built websites

We don't use templates or pre-built themes. Instead we work with you to get to know what you need to grow your business and meet the needs of your customers. Then we tailor make a website just for you.

We work with you

We involve you fully in the design of your site from start to finish. On an ongoing basis you will be able to add or remove text and images, publish blog posts or manage an online shop. We can continue to work with you after your website is finished to make sure you get the best out of it.

Built for the modern web

Websites need to be responsive so that they work on different kinds of devices. Increasingly people are using phones and tablets to interact with websites. It's also important for SEO as Google and other search engines will downgrade sites that aren't responsive. That's why every website we make at Pixelsmiths is responsive, designed to work and look great on desktops, laptops, tablets and mobile devices.

Who We Are

Mark Phoenix Web Developer

Mark Phoenix

Mark is a front end web developer, project manager and founder of Pixelsmiths. He started out in the tech world back in the 90s as a computer hardware engineer. He also co-hosts the Relative Paths web development and design podcast with Ben.

Ben Hutchings Web Developer

Ben Hutchings

Ben is a freelance web developer who works with us on larger projects. He also co-hosts the Relative Paths web development and design podcast with Mark.

Chris Smith Web Designer

Chris Smith

Chris is a freelance designer. He began in print and now specialises in logo and responsive web design. Our logos are designed by Chris.


Relative Paths Podcast

Mark and Ben have been hosting the Relative Paths Podcast since November 2014. We've interviewed many leading figures in the web design and development industry about a wide range of subjects.

The podcast is released every two weeks. You can listen with the Soundcloud player right here on the Pixelsmiths website, or you can listen and subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher by following the links below. Show notes and a discussion thread are available on the Relative Paths website.

Relative Paths Podcast on iTunes Relative Paths Podcast on Stitcher Relative Paths Podcast Website

contact us

We'd love to make a website for you. To get a quote or ask a question please fill out the form below.