I offer a wide range of services aimed at the freelancer, sole trader or small business. My services are listed in the table below:
Full website creation
Do you need a website to promote your business? Hire me to create and configuring a website using the WordPress CMS. This service is mainly aimed at sole traders, freelancers and small businesses.
WordPress CMS services
Full 'self-host' installation on your server
Configuration of your WordPress website
Training - Are you new to WordPress? Hire me to give you 1-2-1 training on how to use the CMS.
Front-end development (CSS/HTML building)
Social Media guidance - Twitter, Facebook, Google+, YouTube, are these words new to new? Hire me to explain what they are and how to get the best out of them to promote your business.
do you need an experienced Web Project Manager? Hire me to help with the delivery of your website between yourselves and third party suppliers
is your website accessible? Online tools only make sure your website is accessible on a technical level, not on a human level. Hire me to make sure your website complies.
can your User Experience (UX) and User interface (UI) of your website be improved? Hire me to give your website an evaluation to see how your website could be better.
Desktop system diagnosis
Advice and guidance on hardware or software upgrades
A summary of my skills and experience can be found on my About me page. My rates are competitive within the industry and I usually charge in one of two ways:
My usual method of pricing is to take your project brief and then give you a total cost quotation based on the number of hours I think it will take me to complete the task. Once the brief and quotation are agreed upon by both parties (as well as a contractual agreement), I will commit to that quotation, even if the project takes longer than I anticipate. This of course does not take into account changes to the project brief or third party expenses such as hosting or software licensing costs.
I do have clients who prefer to hire me by the hour and this model works well for clients who wants some simple consultancy with either their website or IT setup. When I’m charging by the hour, I charge in one hour blocks.
I usually invoice for part payment at various stages of the project. This is to protect myself as well as help you manage your costs and budget. Invoices are to be paid within 14 days.
Michael Oglesby is an award winning freelance WordPress front-end developer based in the Chesterfield, Staveley and Sheffield area. The purpose of this website is to promote the work and WordPress services he provides to other freelancers, sole traders and small to medium businesses.