Web Design Cardiff

As our customer, we make sure you have the very best. We focus on premium and tailored solutions specific to your needs. With a brand and design that represents your business, a website that functions how you need it to, built for usability, speed, search engines and standards, we ensure your website or app performs as good as it looks.

Based in Caerphilly, we are in a perfect location to serve Cardiff web design and cover the whole of South Wales. Amity Web Solutions develop high standard web based solutions such as Web Design & Development, Mobile Websites & Apps, Web Applications. Over the last 7 years we have become a leading provider of Web Design and Development with a fantastic reputation in our area and extend this to Cardiff and South Wales.

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Web design & development

We build websites that are professional, fast, responsive and future-proof.
With the right people behind your company’s website, you will stand out from the crowd.

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Bespoke Applications

We create customised web applications, tailor-made for your site.
Your website needs to work for you, and that should mean tailoring web applications specifically to suit your business.

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Web hosting & server management

Look after your investment with secure, reliable and monitored web hosting.
Having put time, money and resources into your business’ website, it deserves the best when it comes to ongoing hosting and server management.

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Maintenance & Support

Ongoing support to keep websites running and content current.
Our involvement in your website can continue long after it goes live, leaving you to do what you do best – run your business.

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Digital Marketing

Affordable Digital Marketing

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Fixes & Improvements

We can fix any problem and make any improvement, whether you’re a new or existing client.
The team here at Amity can help, tell us your problem and we will fix it.

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