Web Lad

Superhero Web Design
David Orchard

Hi, I’m Dave. By day I’m a mild-mannered web designer from Stockport. But by tea time, I become Web Lad! (also a mild-mannered web designer from Stockport).

With a decent career in IT under my belt, I wanted to escape the corporate rat race and unleash my creative skills, whilst still getting to play with shiny new technology, of course.

So I set up Web Lad to design, build and manage websites for microbusinesses.

I want to see an end to microbusinesses being the victims of poor support, shoddy designs and downright criminal pricing. Not to mention the DIY websites that owners have resorted to.

If you need rescuing, get in touch.

Web Lad

Why I’m supporting #MicroBizMatters Day

I’m supporting #MicroBizMatters Day for a number of reasons.

First, Web Lad is a microbusiness, so not only do I share the same trials and tribulations as other microbusiness owners, but I understand firsthand what fears and frustrations they can face. I wanted to support a cause that helps people in the same boat as me.

Being part of a community, whether on or offline, when you most likely work alone can be a great help. Not only with moral support but to help drive and determination by helping to bring you the accountability needed to succeed, the feel-good factor of helping others and of course to meet new people.

Not to mention that microbusinesses are my ideal customers, so if I was going to get out there and work with any community, I’d rather it be one where my clients hang out.

The #MicroBizMatters Day website is the first exposure most microbiz owners have to the event, so I wanted to build something that really helped drive home what it’s all about and to help people to get involved.

If you have any suggestions or questions about the website, please don’t hesitate to contact me using our contact form.

Make a donation

Whether you are a micro, medium or macro business that believes the smallest of businesses really matter, then please donate to The #MicroBizMatters Movement and help ensure recognition, action & learning for micro businesses all year round.

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