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We’re only as good as the work we do for our clients. We take a lot of pride in delivering real value and partnership.

Welcome to Pragmatic, the leading specialist WordPress agency in the UK. If you need WordPress expertise delivered professionally, you’re in the right place.

We’re Pragmatic by name, and pragmatic by nature, working alongside some of the biggest brands to help achieve excellence and success at every stage of a project. We craft beautiful WordPress websites with impeccable code.

Pragmatic is the digital agency that combines professional delivery with creative problem solving to deliver successful projects. Because WordPress is all we do. All day, every day.

Sage Advice

A global content hub for a market leader Sage is the market leader for integrated accounting, payroll and payment systems. They offer a range of…
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PEI Media

PEI Media is an international financial media group that produces editorial, data, event and advertising products for alternative asset classes within the private equity market.
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Martlets

Increasing donations for local charity, Martlets. Martlets is a local charity, providing essential services to people affected by terminal illness in Brighton and Hove, and…
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Ashdown Group

Ashdown Group gain control of their content with WordPress and Pragmatic Specialising in IT, Marketing, HR and Accountancy, the Ashdown Group consistently delivers for their…
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Bacardi

Raising spirits with a global digital innovation WordPress programme.
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Lindy Electronics

Using the new WordPress editor, Gutenberg, to develop a global brand experience for industry leaders Lindy. For a multinational group of independent companies, providing a…
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Jackie Fast

Two websites, one month – how we delivered for this Apprentice star, Fast. Jackie Fast – author, businesswoman, motivational speaker and now TV star. In…
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Case Study on ITV's IamTeamGB WordPress website

IamTeamGB

For the first time in history, ITV stopped broadcasting for a full hour to encourage the public to take part in Britain’s biggest ever sports…
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