John and Emma Stolwood are a local couple who set up their own architecture business. John is an RIBA Architect and Emma is a Landscape Architect, and they wanted a simple website based on a simple template I'd already created for Emma's freelancing website. Two years later they asked us to redesign the site. We host the website for them and they update the site themselves using our free content management system.
Shipston-based dog training business Pack Leader Techniques, run by Gilliana Elliott, asked us to set up a website for them based on their textured business card. Gilliana provided some of her great dog photos to use on the website, and we set it up so that she could edit the website using our free CMS. We have since made additions to the website including Google Analytics tracking so that Gilliana can see how many people have visited her website.
A local parish council for the villages of Cherington and Stourton approached us to design, develop and host a website for them. They wanted to edit the website themselves to publish their agendas, minutes and other documents. We created a one-page website and provided a free content management system to enable them to do this - and trained them on how to use it. We also set up a cloud-based archive facility for old documents, with accounts for both admin and for council members.
The United Kingdom and Ireland Notarial Forum is a legal organisation comprising notary groups from around the UK. The organisation wanted a website to contain information that was previously only available as a booklet. They approached us to create a website for them, and were happy with the first attempt at a look and feel for the website. We now host and maintain the website for them.
Crick is a village near Rugby. They already had a number of websites but they were unattractive and not very easy to use. They initially approached us to redesign the church organ restoration website, and they were so happy with the results that we worked with them to redesign an umbrella website called "Crick Village Community Web Site". They now host and manage the website themselves.