Dorset based freelance web designer / developer and ExpressionEngine devotee

Posted in Freelancing on Tuesday, 10th January 2012 at 9:59AM

Web designer and developer, Michael Sibley (AKA Siblify) is on the move.  Having promised myself that I would take full advantage of the mobility that the freelancing lifestyle has to offer, I am relocating southwards from Gloucestershire to sunny Dorset. 

What sort of projects do you take on?

My passion is for creating a superior web experience, not just for end-users but also for site administrators through meticulous design and a keen awareness of usability.  I want people to feel empowered to edit and update their websites so I base all my sites around ExpressionEngine, a fully featured and highly flexible Content Management System or CMS, to make changing the content really easy without compromising design or functionality.

I am happy to discuss all types of web design project from mobile sites to full scale e-commerce solutions and will only take on a site if I am confident I can do a first class job.  Please give me a call on 07817729357 or drop me an email if you have any questions or would like to discuss a potential project.

Siblify's Dorset studio

My new location in the Village of Maiden Newton falls between the towns of Dorchester and Yeovil on the Dorset and Somerset borders, placing me within easy reach of Poole, Bournemouth, Exeter and Bristol.  I will continue to work on several projects for existing clients in the Midlands area whilst also looking for new and exciting opportunities to expand my client base within the Dorset, Devon and Somerset regions.  I have just finished work on my small but perfectly formed studio which in its current incarnation takes the form of a renovated, but still rather ramshackle, 18th century lean-to.

I'll be back

Whilst the majority of my projects are for business' beyond the Gloucestershire borders, I can assure my local clients that the move should not significantly affect their websites or my working relationship with them.  Thanks to the need to visit family and friends I will be back regularly and can arrange meetings to coincide with social visits or vice versa.

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Michael's Paintings

The Path to LiuGong

The Path to LiuGong
39.5 x 39.5 cm
Acrylics and Indian ink on canvas

Michael's photos

Beijing Birds Nest Stadium

Beijing Birds Nest Stadium

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