rob fenech a freelance web designer in london...


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  • Chelsea Football Club
  • Street Child World Cup
  • Justin's World - BBC Children's Entertainer - Web Design London
  • Lalani and Co Ecommerce Website
  • Brown Bear PR Web Design London
  • Fraser Giles Partnership

About Rob Fenech: a freelance web designer

About Me

Just so you know a little bit about me, my name is Rob Fenech, I am 33 years old and I was born and raised on the borders of East London and Essex. A few years back I moved from East London, down to South West London, and am based in the Wimbledon area. I spend a lot of my time in central or west London. I have been a web designer for about 15 years now, but a professional freelance designer and developer for around 8 years.

availability

I am available to work on new projects at the moment, if you would like to discuss this with me, then please do get in touch and we can have a chat about your project in a bit more detail. I am also available for work with agencies across London, get in touch for my day rate. For times that I am not available, I do have several good friends in the industry who I work with regularly, and would be happy to put you in touch with them.


what else i do

I am quite proud to say, I am not your stereotypical web developer who sits in a dark room all day and night, I do actually have a life of sorts! I play football on a Sunday morning with friends and I also enjoy reading (especially crime novels). So I do have other things in my life that take up a bit of time, but without a shadow of a doubt, my main love is design and development, as sad as that may be, it is very true!

who I work with

I work with a wide range of clients, from small one man bands, right up to huge multi-national sports teams and charities such as Chelsea Football Club or Anthony Nolan. So if you will excuse the cliche, there is no client too big or too small. What I will say though is that my minimum price for a web project is around the £1000 mark, so if your budget is wildly short of this, then unfortunately we won’t be able to work together.



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