They wanted to modernise not only the site but also the logo. The old site they had was very blue and wouldn’t work on mobiles or tablets very well. There website was used regularly as clients would access portfolio information and keep up to date with market trends. The design had to be clean, with easy navigation and had to be responsive to work on any device. The logo was trademarked so certain parts had to remain the same.
With the logo I made it more modern and brought a 3D effect to it below is the before and after.
The site was simplified with a fixed navigation bar at the top so that anyone could easily get from page to page no matter where they were on the site.
Aylsham Kids is a huge site built on WordPress E-commerce software. The site has 2 distinct themes one used for desktop computers and one for mobile visitors. The plan was to make using the site on any device as easy as possible. There are well over a 1000 items listed on the site which added its own issues, so to speed up the listing process a custom iPhone application was built.
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Pap Art was a very interesting project, the existing site was very old and static. What they wanted was to update the site but also turn it into a full e-commerce site where the photographs and pictures could be sold. The other concern was piracy of the copyrighted pictures which meant we need to protect the pictures while also making them easy to see.
As the site was all about the pictures it seemed right to strip back the design to focus on the pictures. The client had very clear idea’s on what kind of site he wanted and how it should look. Taking inspiration from his career as a paparazzi and gallery owner we put a few newspaper touches in as a subtle reminder to the customer.
Paul contacted me looking to create a completely new site for his business as a way to generate new business and to explain his services and the area he covered. He was also looking for a site he could update and maintain. After meeting with Paul it also came clear that the logo he had he wasn’t happy with, so we went about creating a simple logo which he would then use across all his marketing.
For the site we used the color scheme Paul already had and implemented a simple, concise and easy to use site which gave all the information required. As the site was built on WordPress Paul was able to deal with the updates and changes himself.
Pixie Keepsakes was slightly unusual as the site was created by another company but unfortunately Nina couldn’t get it working the way she wanted and was struggling to understand WordPress. She contacted me to see if I could help sort the site out and get the e-commerce working. The site layout was close to what Nina wanted but we tweaked a few things by adding in new backgrounds and adjusting fonts. I spent time with Nina going through the WordPress CMS, so that she could start adjust the content and adding the blogs herself. We also looked at her SEO to make sure she was being picked up correctly by Google and to help her generate more traffic.
Carl was looking for a simple but easy to update site that gave him control. He wanted a site to show what services he did and how to contact him as well as a central location to list new and used machinery that he had for sale.
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Manor Barn House were looking to update the pictures on the site, add new content and improve their Google Rankings. The existing site remained and we added updated pictures and a section for business clients. We then looked at directory listings and making sure they were on B & B listings.
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