Some samples from our portfolio.
Selected to show variety and versatility–of course the end results depend on many factors and we’re always happy to listen to our customers and take on board their ideas. As well as creating new sites we also manage or maintain existing ones and help with training or technical assistance. All our websites are designed to work well on any device – iPad, SmartPhone or Desktop.
Prices start from as low as £199 for a complete service, including hosting and domain management.
Sue Ricketts contacted me to give her website a refresh. This wasn’t a site selling holidays or intended to attract new clients but she felt it was a good idea to have a refreshed website that would show her company’s image and quality in a somewhat better light. She also wanted to be able to update her client list quickly and easily, whenever necessary.
The Fox is a popular gastro pub in Hampshire which relies on its website to keep customers up to date with events and menus which change every month. The site gets over 4,000 page views per month. Customers who register an interest are added to the mailing list and kept up to date with what’s going on at the pub. We also manage their Facebook page and Google+ page which is a great way to get yourself on the map.
Gildersleve & Payne are property agents in Oxted. This website keeps clients up to date with a searchable database of properties.
WordPress runs the blogging section of the website for The International Chamber of Russian Modernism, a scholarly body who promote discussion and research on Russian art.
A small site built and maintaned for an independent book publisher based in Forest Row, they also sell on Amazon.
The Uckfield Festival is an annual charity fun event that runs for one week every year. As with any charity, funds were limited and precious but we were able to quickly develop a new site for 2015 that did everything they needed for a very modest fee. It was important to keep some continuity with the previous year’s site which was done in Joomla; however for whatever reason, that site had become very cumbersome to update or change. So a complete switch to WordPress was made whilst keeping some of the style and feel of the old site.