Our Portfolio – Current Projects
We have over 10 years experience in developing websites for organisations ranging from commercial businesses, social enterprises and charitable organisations.
Recently gone live we have developed a new site for Complete Bathroom Design
Developed in WordPress, the site is clean and fresh, incorporating feeds from the new Facebook page that we also created. We are providing full Search Engine Optimisation and managing their Google Ad-words and Facebook boosts.
In a little under a month, the site has reached the top page in Google.
The Old Bank Bookshop in Wigtown approached us to create a website that reflected their family run business. Having previously used online build-a-website companies, they wanted a real person to work with, who could understand what they needed, but didn’t have time to create or maintain.
The website creates a feeling of a family run, customer focused business with information about the services offered, but also an insight into the owners and the events that they run during throughout the year. Their unique selling point is sheet music, and the website helps to get this message across to potential customers.
TEDxPortobello – TED talks and independent TEDx events around the world are bringing together communities to talk and learn about experiences, live changing events and the journeys that people have undergone. Portobello community, near Edinburgh, came together to create their first TEDx event in 2015 and we were there to develop the website to support the venture. The event was a success and for 2016 we are revamping the site to create a simple content management system through WordPress, with custom pages and input options.
TribePorty provides affordable work spaces and co-working opportunities and works on multi disciplinary creative projects. Members of the collective are free to grow as individuals whilst Tribe seeks the collaborative opportunities. We proactively develop partnerships and alliances that can be shared across the collective. They already had a WordPress site but wanted a style of their own to reflect what they do. We created a new theme for them, with customised page views and input options, integrating with third party room booking software and online calendars.
We developed this WordPress site for the Dumfries and Galloway Gaelic Group. The group aims to promote and develop the Gaelic (Scots) language across the county, running taster events and language courses. Take a look at the live site at http://gaidhligdumgal.org