Addition of e-commerce functionality to existing site.
Previously a bespoke Contenido CMS, this new makeover has been custom built from the ground up, this time using WordPress and WooCommerce in catalogue mode.
Finally, The Kent Fireplace Company have been brought into the 21st Century, and a lovely result too.
This new makeover site has been given extensive customisation with every single element, until the client was completely satisfied.
Subtle fades and slides, a slimline overview of the the product pages, use of attributes for easier navigation for the end user.
This is a catalogue shop, with the ability to become a full e-commerce shop in the future. Tricky, but done 🙂
Launched 23 April 2013, Carrick Artificial Grass required a more productive and more appealing site than their bland outdated site.
Strong attention was also given to the links throughout the site which were favoured within Google quite well, not to lose any page rank or SEO juicy goodness.
The Theme for the site was given considerable thought and plays nice on mobile too.
1st Bus Stop recently had a complete redesign to replace their existing site built in 2004. A responsive design was required with a simple way to post news updates regarding their services to the travelling public using their bus routes.
A strong theme was given to the site, to easily remember the site and to appeal to schools and the users of the website, often school children, and conditional form logic to make quotations, testimonials, general enquiries and also a call back service easy to use via mobile devices.
Since many of their website visitors are mobile at most times, an easy way to find timetables and routes and news, or even to call them, was essential.
Maritime Printing required a new design with depth, incorporating their shipping books in an online catalogue. Plenty of attention was given to this new design for animation blends and slides, showcasing their most recent titles available.
The site also incorporates their parent company Rochaprint, a commercial printer, showing the services both companies have to offer throughout the site.
Key features of this site include a responsive layout for mobile friendly, an online catalogue, which may at a later time extend to become an e-commerce section, and a completely new design.
Green and Co required a site that portrayed a professional image over the current unsatisfactory design which was provided by Yell.
The site was given a responsive layout with professional graphics and a requested gallery provided.
Google Analytics were also customised for tracking and SEO enhancements.
A full makeover of an existing amateur effort, given a professional and clean look with new features.
Britannia’s first makeover, I have ensured attention was to given as usual to the initial SEO possibility for the site.
Britannia is a cut-down version mini-site using WordPress, but has the extendability at any future point they may require it.
Key features of the site include, easy navigation, a simple method of contact with captcha, attention to colouring and contact the site into just a couple of pages.
JJ&B are a local Tree Surgeon company that required an update of their existing site from CYS. The main requirement from JJ&B was for ease of use and simple to contact, coupled with the requirement to be a responsive design for all devices, iPhone, iPad and other mobile tablets and devices.
One other item on their specification was the addition of a gallery to showcase their work and experience, a crucial factor for anybody wishing to obtain their services and have peace of mind before contacting them.
Previously a hand-coded static website, Euroguard had great attention given to a W3C validating site, but now required a fresh makeover with new features.
Their second makeover, built to enhance their online presence and provide an easy way to bolt-on enhancements to the site in the future. Euroguard were very interested in the ability to update some of their own content, especially via iPhone.
Key features of the site include, easy navigation, embedded video, information about pests and vermin for potential customers and a simple method of contact.
This local Locksmith required a complete makeover of their existing site by Control Your Site to keep up with the times. This had to include, content management and ease of use, plus a mobile friendly version for their customers. On site visits and photography were completed by ourselves with a few meetings to ensure the site met the standard required.
Once again, many Web 2 features were of great interest to this client, with the ability of taking back full control themselves when needing to perform small but necessary updates.
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