Website Design & Development

A Professional Design Studio operating in and around Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire, Debadge Design specialise in bespoke website design & development (and a whole variety of other design solutions) for SME’s and individuals across the globe.

Delivering Outstanding Results

At Debadge Design we like to consider ourselves as your business partner. We strive to be there for you, whenever necessary, to consistently deliver exceptional results as and when you need them. We hope to engage in a successful partnership and ongoing relationship with you and your business, and ultimately become your sole source of media design.

We Care

Your designs, no matter whether for web or print purposes, will have been handcrafted with care. We strive to create pixel-perfect representations of your visual desires. We love what we do, and we love happy clients.

We Share

We understand good communication is vital in expressing needs. We believe sharing our ideas and collaborating with clients is a priority in success. We’re readily available for enquiries, so Get In Touch.

We Deliver

We don’t just aim to please, we aim higher. To astonish, to delight, and of course to always deliver outstanding results that consistently meet requirements. We’re not “just another design company”.

Latest Blog Posts

We try to update our Blog fairly regularly with our Latest News and the occasional Tech Review. Check it out:

EVGA NVIDIA GTX 750Ti 2GB SC Graphics Card Review

With the recent release of Grand Theft Auto V on PC I felt I had to step up the specifications of my Desktop PC to witness my favourite game at its best. And what better way than to upgrade the Graphics Card? I’ve always felt I’ve had a more than adequate PC for any scenario I could throw at it. With its i7 Processor, 16GB RAM, 2 TB HD and a NVIDIA GT 640 as standard, it’s never once been pushed to its limits. That was until I started playing AAA games such as GTA V. Although perfectly playable with ‘Normal’ settings at around 25fps with my GT 640, I felt it was time to make my PC worthy of AAA gaming titles. I’m not looking for mega high frame rates or 4k support – just something to chug along at 1080p that enables High graphics settings. My PC came pre-built from Lenovo. I would have opted to build a PC myself, but at the time I needed something urgently quick that was up to the job, so I purchased a Lenovo K430 for just shy of £600. It was never my intention to use it as a gaming rig, and the GT 640 has been more than sufficient when playing the occasional indie game or older title. First step – Research. Anybody who knows me is aware how incredibly tight budget conscious I am. And of course I took this into account when looking for a Graphics Card. I finally came across the EVGA GTX 750Ti SC for £112 that seemed to tick all the boxes. I opted... read more

New Design for Debadge

It’s been over three years since Debadge Design launched (yikes!), and we’ve gone from strength to strength in acquiring and maintaining relationships with a whole host of fantastic clients. A negative of such a hectic schedule meant that our own website and branding had inevitably gone a little stale – something that we just never found the time to rectify. As part of our expansion plans for 2015, we’ve managed to put in a few late nights and finally revitalised the Debadge Design website for the better. It’s now tidier and much easier to navigate. We’ve added a ton of new content plus a few new service packages we’re sure will be of great interest to clients both new and existing. Now if you happen to be browsing some of our older content, you may discover a few references to pages and resources that no longer exist. We apologise for the inconvenience, but it’s all for the better in the development of the business. As always, if you need to get in touch we can be found right here – and if you’re considering expanding and improving your own online presence, head over to our all-new quotation... read more

Mid 2014 Macbook Pro Retina Review – First Impressions from a PC Guy

I’ve been a ‘PC guy’ my entire life, but with Apple’s latest mid-2014 updates to their line of Macbooks, I felt now was the right time to see what all the fuss is about. I’ve bought myself a Macbook Pro Retina. This is my first ever Apple product. It’s a typical response, but I’ve never previously been able to justify the costs of anything flaunting the famous logo. Android and PC’s run my life, so it’s time to see how Apple can compare. As of August 2014, the specs of all Macbook Pro Retina’s have slightly improved, whilst at the same time getting slightly less expensive. This was enough to tempt me, but obviously having no prior experience with a Macbook means the greater specifications are rather irrelevant. But I’ve heard good things. Here’s the PR fluff: CUPERTINO, California—July 29, 2014—Apple® today updated MacBook Pro® with Retina® display with faster processors, double the memory in both entry-level configurations, and a new, lower starting price for the top-of-the-line 15-inch notebook. The 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display features dual-core Intel Core i5 processors up to 2.8 GHz with Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.3 GHz and 8GB of memory, up from 4GB in the entry-level notebook. The 13-inch model can also be configured with faster dual-core Intel Core i7 processors up to 3.0 GHz with Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.5 GHz. I opted for the least expensive Macbook Pro Retina available – the 13″ 2.6GHz with 8GB RAM. Still a hefty punch in the gut at just under £1k, but I somehow managed to justify it. Man-maths at it’s... read more

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