A new responsive website based on WordPress with a fresh clean look to complement the client’s new branding. The results are a significant improvement and delighted the client.
Our client wanted to generate enquiries for their beach hut at Mudeford to prospective renters. The website was built from the ground up for maximum SEO and conversion.
We built Rewind Laser’s new website quickly to budget and although quite simple, with just 10 pages and a blog, this is enough of a footprint on the web to consistently deliver high quality leads through it’s high rank in organic search results.
Specialist fine limit sheet metal engineers Falcon Precision had an existing WordPress website which we extended to improve organic SEO and to make the site accessible on tablets and mobile devices.
Geest Line’s website needed a major overhaul. The design process allowed us to re-organise their content to focus on key marketing messages, to significantly improve the site’s aesthetic quality and to make the site responsive.
We built 4 product-focused microsites for AlphaLabs to help build awareness through very focused SEO for some of their important and emerging products. Each of the four sites, whilst delivering unique sets of content, share a common visual DNA.
RM Restoration needed a new website to showcase their impressive skills and portfolio of restoration projects. Additionally they wanted a new logo for use in a number of applications, including signage, clothing, printed materials and vehicle graphics.
BigStuff, one of Hampshire’s most prominent large-format print companies wanted a new website to help them to showcase their incredibly wide range of skills through project-based examples and deliver new business with SEO.
Diamond drilling experts, Prodrill needed to update their old website. Working with designer Alun Steel, we created a new website using Twitter Bootstrap with a flexible 3 column layout that adapts perfectly to mobile, tablet and desktop viewports.