Richard Pook is an award winning decorator, after initially designing his logo and other materials we have now built Richard a new website to showcase the fantastic services he offers - www.absolutedecoratingltd.co.uk]]>
Design and print for site board for onsite advertising for Absolute Decorating, the signs give the company fantastic promotion opportunity when working.]]>
Ashdurn Scaffolding had a one page website that had been in place for many years. They came to me as they wanted to gain a larger presence on the internet and have a website that kept with their current branding (logo) but also really reflected the services they offered and the fantastic company they are.]]>
I have been working on a new website for Traditional Conservatories to showcase their timber windows and doors.
Lovingly coded using: HTML 5, PHP and CSS – with WordPress CMS.
Visit website: www.traditionalwindowsanddoors.co.uk]]>
Oscroft & Co, Chartered Accountants in Wolverhampton, are looking to expand their client base, we designed a small advert and helped them with editorial, ‘Self Assessment Top Tips’, for a local magazine.
For the full editorial follow this link: Self assessment Top Tips]]>
Finalist in category: Best Responsible Tourism Site
www.thebutterflytree.org.uk - Designed and donated by Morphity Ltd.
TravelMole.com and TravelMole.TV publishes 15 eNewsletters and broadcasts hundreds of videos to over 450,000 travel & tourism industry professional registered members and subscribers, as well as 30 million consumers in 132 countries. This includes the highly acclaimed VISION on Sustainable Tourism publication.
The volunteer opportunities described on the website have attracted people from all walks of life coming from North America, Asia, Australia and Europe. Every month doctors, nurses, teachers and students provide additional ‘hands on’ assistance at the schools and clinics supported by The Butterfly Tree.
The entire website has been designed, developed and donated by Miranda de Freston of Morphity Ltd, who is a trustee of the charity. Alongside Miranda, Jane Kaye-Bailey, the founder, manages the ongoing content for the website to ensure regular updates for readers and subscribers on the extensive charity’s activities.
The website highlights the extensive work that has been done in the local communities we work in, promotes philanthropic travel, volunteering and fundraising opportunities.
Through our website we actively promote philanthropic travel and offer volunteering opportunities on a range of projects. This promotion and extensive optimisation of the website has attracted hundreds of groups, corporate and individuals from around the world.
The website has been instrumental in drawing worldwide donors, generally exposing The Butterfly Tree charity and is one of the main reasons people initially become inspired to get involved.]]>
East Devon Tree Care, fantastic tree surgeon in Devon, wanted some help to freshen up and revamp the content on their website; to increase traffic and ultimately win more work. So we developed a new design working with an existing colours scheme to create a great website, that’s easy to administer, fully optimised for search engines, includes a gallery of works and with the dynamic news and testimonials capability its easy to keep things fresh with new content.
Visit website: www.eastdevontreecare.co.uk]]>
We designed two banners for Traditional Conservatories to make use of the space they have on the outside of the workshop in Birmingham.]]>
Visit website: www.powerdrystonewalling.co.uk
Power Dry Stone Walling, run by Andrew Power, are an experienced dry stone walling company, based in Warwickshire, working anywhere in UK / Europe. We have just revamped the website for Power Drystone Walling to showcase there new works and win them even more work via the Internet.]]>
Our lovely leaflet commission by Property Book UK to encourage locals to attend meeting’s to discuss the future planning application – once the leaflet was in action people were queuing out the door to attend and give their views – success!]]>