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Today we are happy to launch a new site for the Twycross House School. They were wonderful to work with and we are really happy with the result, a vast improvement from their last website.
The old website (below) had become a little tired and dated. The school were finding it increasingly difficult to update the site and it was no longer filling their needs.
We worked with the school to create the website you can see above. It features a more modern and simple design that easy to explore and promotes the school and it’s activities more effectively. We also integrated a very easy to use content management system that makes it easy for the school to make changes to the site and it’s content.
Date of Website Launch: 15 January 2014
Website Address: www.twycrosshouseschool.org.uk
Three big high street retailers have gone into administration this week and it’s only Thursday. This follows a scary pattern which has been developing over the past few months whereby big iconic brands have been disappearing overnight. Unfortunately it doesn’t look like this pattern is going to stop any time soon.
On May 26 a new European Law came into effect in Britain. Nicknamed the cookie law, it effects nearly every British website. I am no lawyer and thus can not give any legal advice, however I can explain a little more about the law and show what other websites are doing to implement it.
A few weeks back we opened our new Stafford based studio and now slowly the boxes are disappearing.
Opening a studio in Stafford has given us a number of benefits. We are just on the edge of Stafford town centre which means it’s just a 5 minute walk from one of the best linked train stations in England, and about a 10 minute drive to the M6. Whilst still being close to all our clients in Leicester, the new location gives us great links to the rest of the UK, including London and Manchester, two of the cities with our most clients. Continue reading New Stafford Based Studio.
London based Cougar Solar provide a range of solar products. After designing and managing their wholesale website, we were asked to design new e-commerce website to promote and sell their products to end-users.
Date of Website Launch: 25 February 2010
Website Address: www.shop.cougarsolar.com
Leicester based Raven Security asked us to creative the branding for their new business and design their stationary.
Date of design: February 2012
Hinckley based NUK Candles chose us to freshen up their logo to go on packaging for their products.
Date of Design: November 2011
Date of design: November 2011
There is nothing more powerful then to see your business through the eyes of your clients. It helps to find where your strengths and weaknesses are, provides you with testimonials to use on your website and can be a great boost to your confidence. Customer feedback is essential to building and marketing a successful brand. But what should you ask?