Simon Macbeth Leeds
This fantastic website is a creation of Simon Macbeth and his wonderful web design team 121. Simon Macbeth and his team are based in Leeds, UK.
They build incredible sites for big or small businesses. They do this at affordable prices, as they are a budget friendly company. But just because they’re low cost doesn’t mean they lack on quality compared to higher priced web designers. This is not the case as they always fulfill client’s needs, and more.
121 always builds a relationship with their clients to be able to understand their needs fully and because it’s good to know who you’re working with. This is what sets 121 apart from other companies. Even after your site is created, they will remain in contact with you and carry on the relationship that has been built to ensure you’re still happy with the site and able to rely on them if you need any more services or have any questions etc.
Simon Macbeth and 121 don’t only provide web design. They can provide other services to give your business success. For example, they can boost your online presence and improve your brands identity, so that it is easily recognizable and well associated. This is done through marketing, a popular service many businesses use to gain the traffic they want.
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About Simon Macbeth
Simon Macbeth Leeds, is a keen writer in his spare time. Below is a short extract of his book ‘Too Tired To Play Games’:
A couple of years ago, Simon Macbeth was on the computer surfing around the Friends Reunited website. I went on to the Leeds College of Art & Design and found Lee’s name on it. What I found really hurtful was that he’d said on his profile: “Hi to anybody who remembers me from Leeds/Bradford college of Art (Matt, Spud, Lisa…) get in touch, let’s go out for a shandy!” I don’t blame him for forgetting to mention me, as he was always good to me and it was me who’d messed that all up.
The first time Lee and I went out and got pissed together was in the first year at College. It was a few days before I was due to go to Paris with my course and it had been a real struggle getting the money together to pay for that and find money to spend while there.
We were due to go early on a Saturday morning. I’d managed to scrape the money together to be able to go. On the preceding Thursday, I was feeling a bit down because I’d only got about 30 quid spare. Lee wasn’t coming on the trip because he couldn’t afford it, so we went into the university to go on the racing games. While we were there, we nipped into the bar to have a quick drink. Lee didn’t have any money on him, so I bought us a pint each and we got a double whiskey chaser to go with it. We were only in that bar for a little over an hour and a half, consuming a couple of pints and a dozen whiskeys each. When it came time to leave, we were more than a little wobbly.
I remember going back to college. We didn’t want to go in to college really pissed and get into trouble as a result, so I sent Lee in first to try and take the attention away from me a little bit. I’d reasoned that if you went in by yourself, no one would be aware of you. If you went in together, for some reason everyone would notice you. A couple of minutes after Lee had made his entrance I followed him in and got my stuff. There was a double door in one of the corridors where one side was locked and the other open. I walked slap bang in o the closed one at full throttle.
It was eventually time to try and find my way back to my Gran’s where I was staying for a few days before I moved into a new place. I got in to Leeds City Centre, jumped on a bus, and although I’d been to my Gran’s house hundreds of times and had been brought up in that area of Morley, I had no idea where I was. I was on the back of the bus attempting to conceal from the driver that I was being violently sick whilst looking out of the window trying to work out if I was on the right road, or even the right bus. I was getting a bit panicky in my drunken state, so I decided that the best thing to do was get off the bus and try and get my bearings.
I should have known where I was. I was on the main Dewsbury Road and I’d been up and down there a thousand times. I walked to the front of the bus and asked the bus driver if I could get off at the lights and he wouldn’t let me. I just said to him really nicely, “If you don’t let me get off now I’m just going to puke up all over your bus,” at which point he stopped rather hastily and I stumbled off.
Now I’m so out of it that I’m moving at half speed, whilst everything around me is going at 100 miles an hour and my eyes are not focussing properly. I formulated a plan that the best thing to do was just go to sleep and wake up the next morning, sober and more able to find out where I am and sort it all out. So I sat down on the pavement, leant against someone’s garden wall with my head between my legs, and tried to get some sleep.
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