Blog Posts in Category Website Design

Website Launch For Sherardize UK
Dec202015

Website Launch For Sherardize UK

It’s with great pleasure that in December 2020 we get to announce the successful launch of the new Sherardize UK website. We’ve been working with local engineering firm Sherardize for a number of years on a multitude of projects including the development of their current re-brand. ...

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INDPS Website Launch
Jan202030

INDPS Website Launch

January 2020 we launched a new fully responsive website built upon our bespoke, scalable Web Framework Firely. Like all our new web projects we utilise Adobe XD for both design and prototyping before we start to build the development site. ...

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Website Development for ICE2U
Jul201931

Website Development for ICE2U

We were recently commissioned to develop a modern looking responsive website for ICE2U UK, the leaders in ice manufacture and delivery. Looking for Ice Cube Delivery? Then look no further than ICE2U. ...

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MTM Presentations CMS Website
Aug201817

MTM Presentations CMS Website

Recently we were asked to re-build a website that was built by someone else using Adobe Muse. The customer required a  responsiv­e website, that was easy to edit and fast. It was the perfect project for our scalable PHP Framework "Firefly" we've been developing over the past 18 months. ...

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Workspace Design & Build Responsive Website Design
Jun201615

Workspace Design & Build Responsive Website Design

Working alongside a Manchester based PR firm we were given a brief to design and develop a responsive website and corporate logo for Workspace Design & Build. The design brief specified that the project must be built on Wordpress CMS, feature a contact form, gallery to showcase various Workspace case studies and blog. Wordpress is a great platform for those on a budget but our in-house coded framework RedPrism is better suited for people wanting something a little more bespoke and specialised.. A wireframe design and Photoshop mockup were initially created and presented to the client. The home page features the main hero slider featuring Workspace Projects and the whole site built with royal blue and grey is complemented by professional Photography of workspace projects. The Gibson font family was used for the project which hits the right spot for many people and on many levels. It is a humanist sans serif typeface designed by eminent Canadian type designer Rod McDonald. The big bold titles stand out on every page and fit the style of the site perfectly. The final result is a great looking website that looks beautiful on any device and showcases the client's projects. We have three tiers of website design: 1. Brochure style websites are our most affordable and serve well for businesses needing a primary web presence. 2. Wordpress built websites are our middle of the road price band. Wordpress is a CMS platform originally designed for blogging but over the years, it's been heavily modified and can also be used for online stores. Wordpress allows for the end user to change and add their own content. Built from base templates, we help to keep costs down for our customers. 3. RedPrism, is our fully bespoke framework and CMS, all hand coded in-house our backend developer created it to be lightning fast, secure and fully customisable to the customer's requirements. ...

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Westhoughton Restaurant Website Design - Provenance
Jun201517

Westhoughton Restaurant Website Design - Provenance

We were recently asked to create a fully responsive website for a new business venture Provenance Food Hall & Restaurant in Westhoughton. Being local we have witnessed a fantastic transformation of what once was the old Toymaster store on Market Street into what is now Provenance Food Hall & Restaurant. ...

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Brochure Style Website Design
Mar201407

Brochure Style Website Design

Another site goes live this week, this time instead of a CMS managed site, KKThompson Solicitors Wigan wanted a simple yet attractive brochure style website. The main reason businesses choose a brochure style website is that the message they're trying to convey is simple and one that does not need to change too often. Once the brochure style website design is looking as it should, and the web pages have the relevant content on them, then there's no real need to change this over a period of time. In essence, it is like a physical brochure except it is viewed online, and it is most suited to smaller businesses. While many companies want to control their website content and be able to make changes as and when they would like, if the business is only going to make changes very rarely then it is more cost effective to have a simple brochure style website compared to a content managed site. ...

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