Blue Llama is a Jersey based web solutions provider focusing on small local businesses. Whether it is designing a new web site, optimising an existing one for increased traffic, or providing a feasibility study for a new Internet start-up, we'll talk to you in plain English and focus on what results we can achieve for your business. Our aim is to work with you to deliver an end product we can both be proud of, achieving this without charging inflated agency fees. The majority of work is executed in Jersey but small parts of your project may be allocated to one of a network of handpicked freelance specialists. In our experience this equates to a better end product for less money.
Complete, affordable website solutions delivered with a personal touch.
About the owner, Phil de Gruchy
Phil de Gruchy is a Business Studies graduate, PRINCE 2 certified Project Manager, a qualified database administrator and an experienced web professional with fifteen years experience in the technology sector. He has held various positions in both blue chip and small businesses, including E-Commerce Manager and IT Project Manager. Phil has a huge admiration for the Internet and how it continues to change the face of business. He believes in fairness, good customer service and simple, cost-effective solutions. He can also talk plain English!
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Why the name “Blue Llama”?
A lot of people ask why a web solutions business is called “Blue Llama”, and to be honest, it’s not a fascinating story! My wife and I spent a couple of months travelling in South America as part of our honeymoon in 2009. We fell in love with the quirky four legged creatures when we visited Argentina and Bolivia. Llamas have a strange inquisitive stare, ugly buck teeth and friendly yet slightly aloof personalities. As I hope you come to realise, Blue Llama the business, doesn’t share these qualities!
Phil and Katrina meet their first Llamas
Why the “Blue”? Well, as most of our customers will appreciate, a short and memorable domain name is a difficult thing to come by and "Blue Llama" just seemed to stick!