Most companies only really want to put basic information online and keep it updated. Information about the company, directions, contact details, a little history, some downloads and perhaps images of various products and so on. The snag is, getting this professional designed and implemented can take ages, particularly if you want some kind of CMS so employees can make changes - without affecting the site structure. The alternative is to design your own basic site, although getting started is the hardest part.
Open Source Web Design templates is a developer-resources site full of web templates that can be used to put up a basic homepage through to a commercial web space. You can search through the designs, view the most popular and more. You can also make your own derivative, if you want to change the colours, fonts and other elements that make up the site template.
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