Website Portfolio

 

I have designed hundreds of websites in my 20 year career as a web designer including one, the Vegan Village, which was archived by the British Library as being of social importance. These are just a few examples:

Richard McCann

Richard’s website is feature-rich, with full-width slideshows throughout, embedded videos, and a strong “call to action” with a free e-book download. His website is Smartphone and tablet friendly, appears on the first page on Google searches, and has embedded tweets and a blog. It also includes “landing pages” and Google Analytics. Richard carries out basic updates to the website himself, with our support when he needs to tackle something more technical.

 

 

Wildwood Witches

The Wildwood Witches website is built around the beautiful artwork that Steve Hutton produces. It is a creative design as befits the subject, and features several galleries, downloads of Steve’s novels and “wallpapers”, a Paypal facility for donations, and a blog with a subscribe option for his followers. The website is Smartphone and tablet friendly, and appears on the first page on Google searches. Steve is delighted with his website makeover and describes it as “what he wanted but just couldn’t articulate”.

 

 

Keyte Chartered Financial Planners

Robin Keyte is one of our oldest customers. We look after several websites for him, all of which are designed to be clear, clean and professional. This one features a blog-style news section, an image carousel, and landing pages for Adwords campaigns. We have also designed a “sister website” for Robin’s Well Money Clinic which uses the same layout but with slightly different branding. Robin says “the functionality of the site is fantastic, I can’t get over how good it looks and how well it works on my smartphone.” We update both websites once a month with “Robin’s Roundup” of the latest financial data, and also add photos from his awards every year, the most recent being Financial Planner of the Year – well done Robin!

 

 

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