A38 Web Design was Established as a web design company in 1997 by Ian Bertie. We have been offering our clients a high quality, reliable internet service ever since.
We specialise in creating web sites that convert visitors into customer, quite simply, we see a web site as a call to action. To find out how we can get more of your web site visitors becoming customers call us today on 07885 225 233
It is our aim to continuously improve both the quality of our work and our customer service while at the same time keeping up to date with all the latest online advances.
We specialise in designing bespoke web sites and e-commerce solutions for small to medium sized enterprises and charities with a focus on traditional marketing principals.
I live in Devon with my wife Catherine, who is a Construction Solicitor working for Michelmores, and our daughter Hattie who is currently in primary school.
I graduated from the University of Plymouth in 1997 having studied Computing and informatics and undertake regular CPD. My focus now is primarily WordPress website development, marketing fundamentals and how they work in a web environment and website hosting, although the extended list of skills and experience is much longer.
My wife Catherine studied at Oxford University and did a post graduate degree at Leeds University.
We live with our two dogs, Jack and Reg and our mixed flock of chickens and ducks.
I met my wife through our mutual love of the great outdoors. We both enjoy mountaineering and hiking.
Up until recently I served with Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team in Tavistock. I spent 14 years in the team during which I spent 5 years on the committee serving as Treasurer, Secretary and Chairman.
I also trained and worked a search dog through Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England.
I undertook literally hundreds of call outs over the 14 years and helped to locate many missing people in wild and remote places.
My wife is a serving member of North Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team and is also a qualified serving Search dog handler, working her dog Jack.
During my time in Mountain Rescue I was privileged to get the opportunity to share the mountain rescue experience on TV with Ben Fogle on Countrywise and on the Radio 4 broadcast Ramblings with Clare Balding. Both events demonstrated Dartmoor at its wettest.