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A Little Bit About What We Offer
We design, build & host stunning contemporary websites that work on any device.
Your image and your brand begin with your logo. It’s the corner stone of your identity.
From brochures and flyers through to product labels and clothing, we offer a wide range of print services.
From short promotional films to longer features, we can translate your business into moving pictures.
Whatever the aim of your digital project we can provide the photography to support it.
We help people find you online and deliver a strong ongoing search engine presence.
What Our Clients Say About Us
Cows Can’t Count built us a truly bespoke website that we are delighted with. The post-launch customer care has been excellent and Cows Can’t Count are now employed to carry out our SEO. We have seen a good increase in traffic to our website and have no hesitation in recommending this company to anyone.- Miles Kevin, Chartsedge
Since Cows Can’t Count’s involvement we have seen a direct increase in sales as a result of their fantastic design service. We now export globally.- Barny Butterfield, Sandford Orchards
After outgrowing our existing website, we turned to Cows Can’t Count who produced a professional looking website in keeping with our brand. The process was smooth and Matt kept us in the loop throughout.- Danny Rouse, Tug-E-Nuff
Web Design & Digital Media in Devon
Expert in web design & digital media, Cows Can’t Count specialise in crafting unique user friendly web sites and providing our clients with all the tools to make their businesses as successful as possible. Essentially we aim to provide a one stop shop for our client’s digital needs.
Based just outside Exeter, Devon we have been working with local, national and international clients for over 10 years in all areas of digital media. We take pride and inspiration from our rural surroundings and work with many fantastic clients in the local area, but we have also worked with a wide range of organisations from the BBC right through to local farms and cider producers.