Hi there, I'm Ben Sampson. I'm a freelance web designer and developer from Witney, Oxfordshire, UK.
I have a real passion for building websites in the right way. I write high-quality, maintainable, standards compliant code with a strong focus on performance. I also take great care ensuring everything I build is usable and accessible. Please take a look at some of my work below.
Some nice people have left me some feedback, see my testimonials.
I'm currently available for freelance work in the Oxford and Witney area and remotely.
- Website design
- Website development
- Perfomance enhancements - make your site faster and cheaper to run!
- Fixing and debugging existing websites
- Development of plugins and themes
I have 10+ years’ experience in the industry and over that time have worked with the following technologies:
Front-end web development
Back-end web development
- Wordpress (plugins and themes)
- C# / .NET
My rate is £350 per day or £45 per hour. For charities I will offer a discount.
Request a quote
Let's discuss your project!
Or email me on email@example.com
Ben has has been amazing to work with. He was able to build the Exeter portal site within a very short timeframe to a fixed budget which he kept to. The build matched exactly to our design - but more than that - he was able to guide and help us on all technical difficulties that ensued. We were given lots of last minute changes and amends which Ben dealt with calmly and efficiently. We will definitely use Ben again when we can. I cannot recommend him more highly.
I've known and worked with Ben for many years, and have always been impressed with his passion for things to be done the right way and his eye for detail.
Ben is quick to understand any requirements I give him and always comes up with a neat solution. The results are always spot on.
It’s been a real pleasure working with Ben. He quickly digested the complexities of the project, and brought some valuable insight on how we could develop the final project. I look forward to working with him in the next round of development as well as for future projects.
Ben is a diligent and efficient worker. He was extremely helpful throughout the project, offering new ideas and solutions at every turn.
I would highly recommend working with him in the future.
We asked Ben to provide web design support for a client's web development project because of his expertise with Wordpress. We knew Ben to be a very personable, diligent and hardworking chap, but his output surpassed even our high expectations! Ben was fast, reactive, and above all, a very skilled web developer. I look forward to working with him again on many more client projects.
Ben works with us on an adhoc, on going basis. He picked up the work really quickly and is very flexible and easy to work with. Ben always delivers what we need, when we need it.
Oxford University Press - English Language Teaching
While working for Oxford University Press I was tasked with making their existing desktop website work on all device sizes - making it responsive.
We decided that the best course of action was to re-write the front-end of the website.
During this process I created a front-end framework comprised of base styles and modules (simiar to how Bootstrap and Foundation work) which we then used to build the new responsive site.
We also addressed many usability and accessability issues by conducting constant user testing and collecting feedback.
The result is a much more consistant design with a streamlined code base which is not only good for continued development, but also helps with the overall performance of the website.
Email Subject Line Keyword Checker
Use this checker to find out which keywords will boost or drop your email success rates.
West Oxon Plumbing & Heating
High quality Oxfordshire plumbing services from a local tradesman you can trust.
A website design gallery specifically for portfolios and websites for individuals.
Super simple weight tracking web app.
Open source projects
A laravel package which adds support for creating enums in PHP and includes a generator for Laravel.View on GitHub →