David J Colbran established DJC Design in 2005. We are a digital photography and web design business who has worked with a broad range of commercial clients. Including magazines, newspapers, corporate organisations, architectural firms, PR agencies, the public sector, book publishers, education institutions, industry and many more. While based in Merseyside, we cover the North West and work across the UK.
David is an experienced and recommended Liverpool based professional freelance photographer.
He provides commercial photography services, including public relations, conferences, PR, press, editorial, portraits, news events and commission based projects.
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We offer a cost effective web design service.
We develop beautiful, responsive and easy-to-use websites that meet a broad range of business requirements. If you need an affordable, reliable, professional Liverpool based web designer, you have come to the right place. Wordpress and Modx experts.
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June 2021 update - DJC Design remains open and is responding to the Covid-19 virus with the health and wellbeing of our co-workers, clients and the community as our first priority. We are still working remotely with clients on web development projects and continuing to offer photography services. We will assess photography on a commission by commission basis in accordance with current lockdown rules. In the past few months we have successfully helped several clients on location shoots, strictly following social distancing guidance. Don't hesitate to give David a call to discuss.
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"David designed the website for a new company I've started with colleagues. He produced an excellent website for a very reasonable price, had great ideas and was easy and pleasant to deal with throughout. He responded very quickly to our requests and I would strongly recommend him."