We love building websites for artists and the arts. We are always delighted when we are asked to help an artist out with their web design.

There are always some very specific needs when it comes to an artist’s website. Whether you are an independent artist, an art gallery or museum, there are some do’s, don’ts and industry specific things to consider.

I can’t thank you enough for weaving my site! I had been putting it off for ages thinking it was going to be marathon, but with your clear vision and being quick to establish what I needed and helping me through you made the process totally painless!! I’m thrilled, many thanks Elly!!!

Jonathan Pocock / Artist

Elly at Biteinto.net created a new website for us which we are so pleased with. She has also helped us out with Mailchimp and social media campaigns and offers a really fast and efficient service, pulling out all the stops at the very last minute when necessary.

Paul Treasure Paintings / Artist

“Perfecto, thank you thank you!”

Nadia Waterfield Fine Art / Gallery

“Without doubt the most hard working, professional and creative talent in the business. Elly has been working on my behalf for the last few years and has created the most wonderful web site for me. Beyond this magic, she has also advised and hugely helped me in promoting and expanding my work. Nothing is too much for this master of the digital world. I highly recommend Biteinto.net. You will be deeply grateful and you will achieve great success. Thank you so much Elly for everything x”

Joth Shakerley / Fine Art Photographer

“We’ve been working with Elly at Biteinto.net for over 7 years now and on behalf of the whole team at Saving Faces, we couldn’t recommend her highly enough. We’ve always received fast and efficient service, sometimes often at short notice when necessary and we couldn’t thank her enough for her patience, understanding and all the helpful non-jargon advice she has given especially as we are fairly a non-technical team. Elly’s also been great in creating our two new websites and understood from the start exactly what we wanted.”

Saving Faces / Art Exhibition