My name is James Weymouth and I offer a web site design service grounded in an understanding of your marketing objectives and with your involvement throughout. You will get a web site that your customers enjoy using and that provides them with the information they need to make a positive decision about your business or organisation.

I work on my own aided from time to time by a wide network of skilled freelance contributors. I am based in the UK in rural Herefordshire, working for clients in the West Midlands, Wales and London.

Recent web sites

web site for the hhb Agency

hhb Agency

hhb is a small, friendly literary agency based in central London. They work with writers, both new … [Read More...]

More about dipper design

I am experienced in making static and dynamic web sites. Increasingly I am using WordPress as a platform. Customers want the ability to manage and edit their own web sites and WordPress has an excellent and easy to use Content Management System. If you need brochures, newsletters and sales material to support your marketing effort I can provide those too.

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James Weymouth

More about me

Much of my working life has been spent in magazine publishing -working first for the Economist Newspaper in London and New York, then after a spell with the Financial Times, I joined Reed Elsevier where I published business magazines in the UK and France. I was an early adopter of digital technology and so embracing the digital […]


Whats up at dipper design

Big time of year for me with the Border Lines Garden Tours booklet published and the web site updated.  Take a look at the range of Tours and the fabulous gardens to be seen in 2015. All UK day tours sold out in 3 weeks! I am developing a new front page for the Honor […]


Life outside dipper design

The garden is tidied up for winter. Much work to do soon to get ready for the Gardens in the Wild Festival. Visit our garden in June when the meadow is flush with common spotted orchids. Tom, our wonderful springer spaniel, was put down. Big hole in our lives. Picture here of him in his prime. […]