Some Examples Of Our Recent Work
Just a small selection of sites we have completed recently
Yateley Parish Neighbourhood Plan
The Steering group for the Yateley, Darby Green and Frogmore Neighbourhood Plan put out a request for quotes for a website. Our quote was accepted and we produced a site with a very local flavour that promoted the neighbourhood plan.
The site needed to allow Steering Group members, who may not have a high technical knowledge, to upload documents and create meeting and event details.
We worked with the key members of the Steering Group to discuss requirements, discuss progress and we gave a demonstration of the draft website to the full Steering Group prior to release of the final website.
Sandhurst MOT And Service Centre
Sandhurst MOT And Service centre approached us when they wanted to update their old, static HTML site to a more modern website.
We worked closely with them to assess what to incorporate into the site and ensure the site matched their brand colours.
The delivered site was fully mobile friendly, so it automatically adapted to the size of the viewer’s display.
The website has been generating several enquiries for work consistently each month.
The Playmakers Amateur Dramatics Society
The Playmakers are an amateur dramatics society based in Mytchett, near Camberley. Our daughters joined them and when they needed a new website, the committee asked us to put something together for them.
We took their logo and designed the colour scheme around that to reinforce the group branding.
We analysed what site visitors would be looking for – mostly next performance details, booking methods, location etc. We created an account for the group at TicketSource so that the group could accept online bookings and payments. The TicketSource pages integrated well with the group’s main website and has proved a very popular way for people to book their seats.
On mobile devices, we added a Tap To Call button that is only active when the Box Office is open, so members of the public could call the Box Office with just two taps. The website also links to Google Maps to allow people to get accurate directions from wherever they are to the doors of the Mytchett Centre.
Staffordshire Bathrooms are another client that wanted to replace their old static HTML website with something more up to date and mobile friendly.
Although they are not a local company, we had no problems in communicating their requirements and getting them to approve our drafts.
The website shows off a range of their work in bathrooms, kitchens and tiling.