Almedia Website Design

Why People Choose Us?

Create an entire branding solution including logos, print work, brochures, business cards, stationery, websites. This allows one company to hear and feel your vision and communicate your goals through a creative design solution.

Almedia have excellent information design skills and practical experience in delivering training and working on commercial designs. Almedia specialises in businesses online; building marketing strategies ad campaigns and specialising in getting sites found.

Almedia have worked on many projects which have varied from, corporate branding, ecommerce websites with dynamic backend database driven functionality for many different sectors, from education, food, enterprise, animation, medical health, and craft.

Almedia enjoy the challenges of training and design and delivers training that is informative, up to date and easy to understand. Since Alan began his training journey 6 years ago, he has honed his training skills and craft to translate technical information and skills in lay man terms.


We work closely with clients in formulating internet strategies & training plans and customising course outlines. Alan O'Meara himself has worked in the area of digital media now for 14 years and previously worked as a consultant / contract trainer for IACT (Irish Academy of Computer Training), Web Intellect & Interactive Avenue.

From working consistently in the design industry, creating digital campaigns on a daily basis he has first-hand experience of the new trends / software and transfers this to his training programs. Courses are regularly revised to incorporate the latest thinking and techniques available, however they are adapted to meet the client profile needs and vary from introduction stage to more in-depth technically based training. For the micro business sector and in particular Start Your Own Business clients, the level required is more often at the early stages and Alan’s experience and interpersonal skills are critical to not overwhelm the participants with too much technical information and still succeed in delivering comprehensive and understandable training deliverables.