If you have no Web presence, or just a basic one, Spacelab can create a professional site that fully meets your needs - and looks fantastic.
We do this in close consultation with you, so that the finished product looks and works exactly how you want it to, and we can do it at a price that we think you'll find surprisingly low.
The precise cost will depend on what your needs are - contact us for a quote right now - but you can have a site for as little as €500. Hosting and support plans start at €50 a year.
It can be as simple as a gallery of images or as sophisticated as a system for delivering course materials to subscribed learners; we will make it easy for you to use and attractive for the visitor.
A lot of people start out on the Web with a free site from services like Wix or Squarespace. As soon as they want to grow though - add video for example, or use their own domain name - they find these stop being free and start to get expensive.
At this stage you are better off having a professional website of your own, designed for your needs, presenting your work as you want it to be presented. We can provide that, and make it even easier to use than a free site.
If you want to sell your work online, we can set up a shop for you - using either WooCommerce or Shopify.
If you want a site that has some online business aspect like sales, or would like to add that to your existing site, you may qualify for Trading Online Vouchers - sometimes called LEO Vouchers - a government scheme to help you start doing business on the Web. You don't have to be selling a physical product; services such as distance education or online coaching may also qualify. We can help you apply for this funding.
Spacelab is a studio based in Galway, Ireland. It was founded by Richard Chapman who, along with many years of experience as an artist and designer, holds a Masters degree in Information Systems Management and Oracle Certification in database development. He began to learn Web design 20 years ago when he wanted to get his own work online, and became captivated by it as an artform in itself.