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Dear Friends,

Does anyone know of an Australian web site design company? It is for a medium small job - a simple but effective design for a single website. It needs to be set up from scratch, and then maintained.

I like to deal with people locally, although it may be that I have to contract the job overseas. Let me know if you can recommend anyone.

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@BlackVeil I'm a professional web designer as well as running a web design agency based in Pakistan. Let me know more about your company. You can also mail me at info@howfreelance.com

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