Web Design Portfolio Update

We have just updated our portfolio with some of the designs from recent months. If you need a new website designed or would like re-design of your existing website, take a look at what we have to offer and get in touch to tell us what you’re looking for. For more information on how to […]

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Tips to Avoid Spam

We all receive spam email. Although it’s hard to eradicate entirely there are ways to reduce it. The following are some tips:

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The value of arts and culture to people and society

The Arts Council England have just published a report which focuses on the impact arts and culture has on the economy, health, wellbeing, society and education. The full report can be seen here and below is an infographic which features the main points. A few points I especially like are: Almost 60% of people are more likely […]

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The Fickleness of Search Engine Optimisation

As a website owner you undoubtedly want to get your website displaying high up in the search results. I’m often asked how to do that and although we don’t specialise in Search Engine Optimisation we have picked up quite a few tips along the way. There are a few key data to help get your […]

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New Online Shop for Harp Accessories

We have just completed the design and build of a new shop for Affairs of the Harp, the company that knows everything there is to know about Harps! The shop will sell harp accessories such as strings, music and CDs as well as gifts and clothing with special Affairs of the Harp artwork. As part […]

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New website for Portrait Artist

Portrait artist, Jane Indigo, took advantage of our special offer package uniquely designed to help artists get online with their own professional looking website at an affordable price.

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Website re-design

Our latest website redesign was for Sunnyfield Publications. The website is about Max and Pat by Anne-Marie Sonneveld – a set of 25 booklets designed for children who are just starting to read. The site was re-designed using Anne-Marie’s original artwork, making the website wider and more search engine friendly by using HTML text rather […]

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Website Re-design

We have just completed a re-design of the Pixymaths website. This is a GCSE website which provides 3500 questions and answers to help students with GCSE Maths. The task was to take the existing site and create a new look that could be applied whilst keeping the backend functionality.

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To Template or Not part Deux

Further to the blog post regarding To Template or Not to Template, it seems the powers that be who manage North Korea’s marketing strategy, thought it was a good idea! The main website for North Korea is based on a template that was bought for $15: http://www.gizmodo.co.uk/2012/04/north-korea-spent-a-whole-10-making-its-website/ Good economical sense or an embarrassment for such […]

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Restaurant Website Design

I just read an article called “Why are restaurant websites so horrifically bad?”. It’s about the number of restaurant websites that have useless flash introductions, automatic music playing etc. These sites don’t deliver what people are looking for – or if they do, it’s done in such a way that it takes ages to find […]

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