Why use mission computers for your website?
We have been designing and building websites with WordPress for over a decade. Our experience and passion drives our projects and we're confident that we can work together to build the perfect website and start increasing your visibility and impact on the web.
We work with churches, charities, mission projects and small businesses throughout the UK and abroad. Our aim is to bring your website to life and help you promote your mission.
Whatever the size or shape of your organisation, we've got a website to fit.
Whether you're based near us in Penrith, Cumbria, or situated elsewhere in the world, we can arrange to create your perfect site quickly and affordably. With options for training, support and ongoing maintenance, we've got you covered!
Charity Websites | Church Websites | Business Websites | Mission Websites | Social Enterprise Websites
How our Projects Work…
The process begins with an initial consultation, in person or over the phone, to discuss your ideas, branding, audience and more.
We start designing the site from a wireframe and build the pieces in design software for your approval and sign-off.
Once your site’s design has been approved, we start to build it in our test environment, with updates along the way so you can approve and make small adjustments as we go.
When both sides are happy with the test site, we go live and monitor analytics to determine how the site is performing statistically.
Here’s what our current clients say about our services…
“We rely on the services of Mission Computers for our IT support needs and cannot recommend them highly enough. They have designed, built and maintained our website, consulted on our IT purchases and supported any IT issues we’ve encountered along our journey. They always go above and beyond.”
“Jonna at Mission Computers has always provided a great service to us whenever we’ve needed help with technology. When our new building needed audio & visual equipment Jonna was on hand to ensure we bought the right products and that they were set up correctly and in time for our first remote services.”