Services

Our range of services provides many different options to help you grow your business online. We work with you and your team to create a plan that works for your business, your goals and your budget.

website solutions

  • Website design and development
  • 100% responsive site design
  • complete eCommerce solutions
  • fully custom WordPress websites
  • quick one-page business card sites
  • landing pages
Every website is unique, just like the brand it represents. Some clients only need a simple landing page to convert users to customers while others require more complex eCommerce websites with large amounts of content. No matter the size of your project, we’ll work with you to select the best platform and designs to meet your needs. At Yaeko, we believe there is no ‘cookie cutter’ approach that can deliver a website of real value. So we take the time to uniquely craft each site with the highest possible quality in your budget and deadline.
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design
services

  • custom logos
  • website redesign
  • print design
  • ad hock graphic design
  • banner ad design
  • brand development
Whether you need a new logo, eye-catching page banner, brand development or tweak and anything in between… we can help. Let us know what you need and we’ll deliver a custom solution at a fair price.
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maintenance
& updates

  • training
  • design modifications
  • content changes
  • updates
  • monthly maintenance packages
From regular site audits to upgrades and security, our maintenance plans keep your website up-to-date and running. Our on-going website support and maintenance services provide a resource for any technical issue that may arise for your website. We offer several monthly or quarterly website maintenance plans that will keep your website operating at peak efficiency.
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consultation
& training

Want to learn WordPress? Looking for ideas on how to take your web presence to the next level?

A Cultural Response to Cimate Change profiles the work of the artists in the Unfold exhibition and also proposes a number of creative and innovative responses to climate change aimed at stimulating discourse and a wider engagement with the climate debate. The texts by Gerald Bast, Steve Kapelke, Chris Rapley, David Buckland, Chris Wainwright and Helga Kromp-Kolb provoke, within an educational context, a discussion around what are the legitimate agendas for arts education and arts practitioners, in relation to some of the most pressing and urgent issues of our times.

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