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Website Design & Development

We know what it takes to compete online and we'll create a website to support your business for years to come. Our designers will bring your brand and offering to life online whilst our content team focus on your key messaging. Let us know your objectives and we'll let you know our recommendations.

Core areas we cover (as required):
- Full design & development -
- Content creation and copy writing -
- Image sourcing, photography & videography -
- Full e-commerce solutions -
- Optimised for search engines -

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Our Work

Here are a few examples from our extensive portfolio of projects. To find out more, get in touch.
Sector: Property

This smart home solutions specialist wanted to re-vamp their online presence and increase their appeal to both potential partners as well as direct clients. The case studies section really brings the end result of their projects to life and the calls to action throughout encourage contact.

Key features
  • New visual identity
  • Case studies
  • Blog integration
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MDfx Smart Home Solutions
Lulu Lush Cocktails
Sector: Hospitality

This innovative business has converted a traditional ice-cream van in to a mobile cocktail bar, the perfect way to create a refreshing talking point for any event. We developed a visual style to develop their visual language style and help attract more interest and enquiries on-going.

Key features
  • New website
  • Online menu
  • Fully mobile optimised
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Lulu Lush Cocktails
House of Flowers
Sector: Retail

House of Flowers offer a floral concierge service throughout the Thames Valley and London. We supported this new business with branding, website design & development, photography and their launch advertising.

Key features
  • Brand creation
  • e-commerce shop
  • Subscription element
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House of Flowers
Calibre Candidates
Sector: Recruitment

This leading local recruitment company wanted to refresh their look, feel and appeal to both candidates and clients. We designed and developed a brand new website to save huge amounts of administration time whilst increasing the value of the website to the business throughout.

Key features
  • Job vacancy search functions
  • Online CV submission
  • Integrated candidate management system
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Calibre Candidates
Anthony Mullan furniture
Sector:  Retail / Property

Anthony Mullan furniture are award-winning designers and manufacturers of bespoke Kitchens, Bedrooms and Studies. We've worked with them for over six years developing their online presence across the board.  In addition to their website, we commissioned their company video and support their email marketing and social media activities, leaving them to focus on their business.

Key features
  • Full website design & management
  • Showcase video production
  • Integrated lead management system
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Anthony Mullan furniture
Haes Systems
Sector: Manufacturing

We invested time up-front to understand the role of the website in the company and where to add value. We quickly transformed the focus from being transactional to one offering key support, helping further enhance their glowing reputation.

Key features
  • Full data sheets and brochure downloads
  • Categorisation of hundreds of product lines
  • Integration of blog & video content
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Haes Systems
Emerge Poverty Free
Sector: Charity

Emerge Poverty Free is an established charity supporting communities in East Africa. As a result of an increasing events programme we created a new microsite and identity around the #emergeahero. This has already proven a huge success in generating more participants in their sponsored events.

Key features
  • Focused content on events only
  • Online sign-up
  • Fully mobile optimised
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Emerge a Hero, Emerge Poverty Free
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By Alix Davis 28 Sep, 2017
With perhaps the most unique project we have ever embarked upon, we are absolutely delighted to announce the launch of the brand new website for Master of Horror.
By Chris Lunn 18 Aug, 2017
GDPR is coming next May and it's been eye-opening for me to see just how much there is to consider to ensure you're fully compliant.

I've heard lots of comments about the fact that companies 'should be already doing all of this' and whilst I agree, the simple truth is, I can't think of many that actually are in full.  There's also quite a lot naivety about Brexit and the impact but the fact is, this is 100% happening.

We're getting close to appointing our official partner to help support clients so if you answer 'no' to one or more of the below questions, get in touch and we'll let you know how we can help.

  1. Do you have a data protection policy?

  2. Does your team get regular data protection training?

  3. Is data protection covered in your company handbook?

  4. Regarding data storage, do you have an up-to-date document which outlines where the data is stored?

  5. Are all files (Excel/Word etc) which have contact data within them encrypted and protected?

  6. Are your personnel contracts compliant with GDPR?

  7. Do you have a documented process for handling subject access requests?

  8. Do you know exactly where your data is stored via 3rd party systems or applications i.e. MailChimp, Accounting System, CRM system etc?

  9. Regarding the systems you may be using which hold contact details, do you know if they are GDPR compliant?

  10. Do you have a clear audit trail for how people joined your mailing list?

  11. Do you have a clear unsubscribe mechanism on your marketing email communications?

  12. Do you have a documented process for how to handle a data protection breach?

  13. Is your office secured effectively to avoid anyone entering and stealing devices with data on them?

  14. Are your mobile phone and tablets secured effectively?

  15. Can you deactivate your mobile/tablet devices remotely to avoid data breaches?

  16. Do you have a data retention policy detailing how you will store data on an individual, how long for and what you'll do when you no longer need those details?

  17. Do you have a privacy statement and terms of use on your website?

  18. Do you have an up-to-date cookie policy on your website detailing what information you will be storing and for what purpose?

This list is the tip of the iceberg but if you've answered 'no' or 'not sure' to any of the questions above, we'd recommend getting in-touch to find out more about how we can help.  We have different specialist consultants to ensure you can soon answer 'yes' to all of the above questions & more which will come your way.  As the deadline closes in, demand will rise for these services so don't wait until the new year, get in-touch today.

Contact us to find out more about GDPR.
By Alix Davis 27 Jul, 2017
Photography and images are so instrumental when it comes to making a website look professional and stand out from the crowd. This is precisely why it was such a great project working on Photos By Pennie

Pennie is a photographer based in Berkshire and she specialises in school photography, event photography, headshots and more. Her work allows businesses to present what they do in a professional way. These images can then be used across a wide range of marketing materials such as brochures, social media, and websites. 

Pennie needed a website that would looks as professional as her images and would give the photography a platform to look their best. Her previous site didn't allow the pictures to be the focal point which made it look quite dated.
By Chris Lunn 14 Jul, 2017
The team behind Inspire MediLaw recently approached us to help create a brand for this new business as well as design a website to showcase their event and conference information.  The website enables people to book direct and the booking function will evolve to include online payments in the second phase of the website.
By Chris Lunn 01 Jun, 2017
Over the years we've supported lots of different causes as a company and I'm a big believer in experiencing new things and helping where I can. With this in mind I recently took part in a charity abseil for Emerge Poverty Free and the fundraising went well.  I know a few others who are doing similar things at the moment so I've put together a quick guide to help everyone who is about to embark on a fundraising mission.  

So here are my 8 top tips which are all really quick and easy to implement - I hope they come in handy:

  1. Set-up your online donation page ASAP - we hear the Virgin Money Giving set-up is very good

  2. Tell everyone you know what you're doing via email - create a sincere email to let them know what you're doing, when and most importantly why!  Give them a link to your donation page.  I included some people I hadn't spoken to for a while and others who I flat-out thought would never sponsor me - but I figured if you don't ask, you don't get.  I was amazed by what happened!

  3. Depending what you're doing there's likely to be some training involved so keep people updated via social media (all your accounts) as to progress - with every post make sure there's a link to your donation page

  4. With every donation you receive, thank that person publicly on your social media account and if you're friends with them, tag them in (this will encourage even more support and interest from them but equally it's a subtle reminder to the other onlookers).  Definitely post a link back to your page too every time - I can't stress how important adding links continually is on social media along with great images - either of you or related to the quest!

  5. Add a banner to your email signature - you no doubt send a lot of emails so make use of it with a link back

  6. Ask certain people to sponsor you early - you need momentum for a campaign so the sooner someone starts the ball rolling the better

  7. On the day (or through the days if it's a longer challenge) get various photos and you could even do a Facebook live stream to showcase the event itself - guess what I'm going to say here?  Yes, add a link to your sponsorship page!

  8. In the days after, thank everyone for their support again and remind them why it was so important to you - with a link to your page.  Equally, tag the charity (and use any hashtags) in to all your posts throughout as you'll get extra likes and shares when you do.

Overall you get the idea - hammer home the awareness of what you're doing and you'll wear down those who are either a bit resistant or just lazy.  I set a goal of £250 for my abseil and I hit that after step 2 (inside 24 hours).  As a result of continually following the other steps I ended up generating £848 including gift aid which I was blown away by.  

It didn't take a lot of time or effort, 10 minutes a day in the fortnight before (google image searching and writing some posts) was plenty.

Good luck and if it helps, feel free to copy and share this advice as you see fit.  It's the difference between a little and a lot and we all know every extra pound raised really does help.

The best bit... and this was an added bonus, but people really cared about what I did.  One client even signed up to do it with me with only 2 days to go which was awesome and the whole thing resulted in conversations with people I wouldn't have had otherwise.
By Alix Davis 30 May, 2017
When it comes to designing logos, arguably one of the most important aspects is the colour choice. This will change how a consumer feels about any particular brand, and they will subconsciously categorise it based on the colour. To make sure your brand’s logo stands out from the crowd, it's key to use appropriate colours which differ from the competition.

Colour has a very integral link to emotion and we instinctively link certain colours with feelings. For example, in western culture, blue tends to be associated with calmness, professionalism and integrity. This makes it a highly popular choice, especially for more corporate brands who want to exude a feeling of calm authority without being intimidating. Green is seen to promote growth, freshness, nature and health. Green and blue are often used together in the health industry. Many logos for dentists, physiotherapists, health services and also science and environmental companies will use one or a combination of these colours.
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