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If you are looking for a web design Wimbledon agency that can not only create you an awesome website but also understands marketing and can help your business generate more leads and customers, you have come to the right place. We have spent many years creating award winning web design and are passionate about delivering the businesses we work with in Wimbledon more customers, increasing their sales and boosting their profits.
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What our clients say about our web design Wimbledon…
“When I started my business now nearly 5 years ago I searched around to find the right people who I could work with to put the perfect website together for me as I knew that in this day and age it is essential to have a good website! I found Matt and Murray and after meeting with them I knew straight away they were going to be perfect. Being a small start up business I got a LOT of customers through the website and constantly kept being told how lovely my website looked and that is why they booked with me instead of my competitors!
So if you are looking for a great web design company to help improve your business and build a website that can actually be found in Google by your local customers and get you lots of business enquiries, these are the guys for you.”Toni Clarke
“Indigo Marmoset created us a brochure website for us to display our ranges of ceramic and porcelain tiles online. The site is easy to navigate and well structured making it a breeze to browse our extensive product ranges. The site also looks great and we have had lots of positive comments from our customers. We think the site perfectly compliments our showroom on St John’s Hill in Wandsworth. Matt and Murray provided us with great advice and made the project very simple for us. They did all the hard work.
They also helped us with a second website and because we used Matt and Murray before we didn’t think twice about asking them to work on our new site. They are so flexible, patient and have such a good understanding of each individual client. I wouldn’t think of using anyone else.”Harriet Perrin
“It was great working with Matt & Murray from Indigo Marmoset on the development of our new website. They demonstrated outstanding quality and creativity, they also provided a brilliant solution to allow our team at Wimbledon Art Studios to easily manage the site, including adding and managing our artists pages and portfolios. We found them efficient, professional and responsive at all times. Regardless of what we requested, Matt & Murray always took the time to listen to us and deliver a solution. Indigo Marmoset did an excellent job and I would definitely work with them again and recommend them to anyone who is searching for the best web design Wimbledon!”Julie Proctor
A district of in the southwest of London, Wimbledon is part of the London Borough of Merton and borders Wandsworth to the South, New Malden to the north east, Mitcham to the north west, Streatham to the west and Sutton to the north. In the 2011 census Wimbledon had a population 68,187, this includes the electoral wards of, Hillside, Village, Wimbledon Park, Abbey, Raynes Park, Dundonald and Abbey.
Wimbledon is home to the world famous Wimbledon Tennis Championships which takes place every year over two weeks in late June and early July. Wimbledon is also home to the New Wimbledon Theatre and Wimbledon Common which is one of the largest areas of common land within London. The common was made famous by the Elisabeth Beresford children’s novel the Wombles of Wimbledon Common. Wimbledon is split in two sections, residential and retail. These are know as the village and the town, the town’s high street was rebuilt where the medieval village once stood and further developed in 1838 after the building of the railway station.
The first people to settle Wimbledon are believed to be Iron Age, when a hill fort found on Wimbledon Common is believed to have been constructed. Wimbledon was listed as part of the manor of Mortlake in the 1087 Domesday book, since then the ownership of the manor of Wimbledon has changed hands between several wealthy families. Other wealthy families have been attracted to the area due to its close proximity to London, these families built large houses including Wimbledon Manor, Warren House and Eagle House. Wimbledon Village developed a rural population who coexisted alongside wealthy merchants from the city of London and nobility. The Dog and Fox public house became a popular stop for the London to Portsmouth stage coach in the 18th century, South Western Railway (L&SWR) built a station in 1838 south east of Wimbledon Village at the bottom of Wimbledon Hill. This shifted the centre of Wimbledon away from the village as it began to grow.
Wimbledon was original part of the county of Surrey, however in 1965 it was absorbed into the London Borough of Merton with the creation of Greater London. Stephen Hammond, a conservative MP has represented Wimbledon at Westminster since 2005. The southern and eastern parts of Borough are currently represented by the Labour MP Siobhan McDonagh.