We were approached by Corarima Restaurant to develop them a new mobile friendly website for their new vegan, vegetarian and gluten free restaurant which is opening in Wakefield. We delivered giving them a website to show off their amazing cuisine and also have booking requests come through to them to make reservations easier to manage. We also provided them with high speed hosting on our server.
Northbuild Construction from London contacted us after seeing our work with a company they knew and wanted us to redesign their old Moonfruit website. We redesigned them a new mobile and tablet friendly website with a complete SEO overhaul of all their pages along with hosting their website on our high speed server.
The Bakers Shop in Ossett contacting us as they were getting no traffic or custom from their current old Yell website, we redesigned them a new mobile friendly website with a complete SEO overhaul of all their pages to help them target the key areas they wanted to bring more trade from in their business.
A redesign of their old ecommerce website needed conducting, we did this along with adding more payment methods, better security and an order processing system whereby tracking codes could be added to each order and the customer can now check the status of their order and track the parcel with ease, this cut their admin down on processing orders by over 60%. The whole website had an SEO and content writing overhaul too.
Website redesign for Just Homes Care of South Elmsall West Yorkshire. their old website wasn't mobile friendly so we we made the new one responsive to work on all devices and added a content management system they could use themselves to keep their website as up to date as possible. The whole website had an SEO overhaul too.
Responsive Website Redesign | SEO | Case Study CMS
Website redesign for Fastsource Ltd of Yorkshire, updating their old website to be mobile friendly and more information detailing the company and what theyre capable of which the previous site was severely lacking. They now have a content management system so can add their own case studies and news items to keep their current and potential clients up to date.
Responsive Website Redesign | SEO | Portfolio system | Hosting
We were asked to redesign JD Webart's dated website to show off their impressive graphic design, motion design and printing services, we exceeded their expectations by implementing a portfolio system they could keep adding projects to and a blog function to keep their audience up to date on what they were doing.
Responsive Website Redesign | SEO | Booking System | Hosting
We designed Heavenly Hog Roast a new responsive (mobile friendly) website with a much more professional and rustic look, we also incorporated a booking request system for them. We streamlined their website pages making it easier for users to get to any page in the website easily and quickly along with adding a blog function to keep their visitors up to date with news and offers.
Responsive Website Design | SEO | Branding | Hosting
Opening their new niche business of dog hydrotherapy and doggy day care they needed a website that was colourful, playful looking and showed a really homely feel where customers would feel happy to take and leave their pets in the safe hands of Casa Canine, we think we captured than and so does Casa Canine who are over the moon with the design of the logo and website and it's functionality.
Wollop had an old website which needed making mobile friendly and bringing up to date, we did this along with redesigning their logo too. We also re-wrote their whole website content to be more SEO friendly and gain better rankings and traffic. Their home page contains a very cool 3D hover effect on the image changer at the top too.
Website Design | SEO | Before & After treatment comparer | Hotspots feature | Hosting
Mid Yorkshire Skin Clinic came to us looking for a stand out but clean looking website, we gave them a crisp looking website with lots of great features including hotspots so potential customers can click on areas of a face to see what treatment is availabile for them and also a before and after treatment image comparison tool. We made all this mobile and tablet friendly with SEO of the whole site.
Website Redesign | SEO | Multilingual Versions | Hosting
The company needed a complete revamp of their old website which ad a poor content management system making it difficult to update their website, we put in place a CMS they could use easily but also the ability to have multilingual versions of their website so visitors from France would see a fully translated version of the site. The old website wasn't mobile friendly either so we redesigned the whole website from scrach to make it mobile and tablet friendly and reworked the whole site SEO.
The company needed a completey new website, the old one was a self build website which was poor in function and design and wasn't mobile friendly. We redesigned the whole website from scrach to make it mobile and tablet friendly and reworked the whole site SEO.
Website Redesign | Events Management | Galleries Management | Booking systems | Blog | Hosting
The council needed a full website revamp due to the poor user friendly CMS they had on the old website. We redesigned the website to be updated with ease with a new CMS and gave integrated a booking system, events management, blog and other great features.
The school needed a new mobile and tablet friendly website with full content management system which we've delivered. They can now edit all aspects of their website including creating new pages, amending and deleting current pages, they have an events management system to notify students and parents of upcoming events, a document management system for easily managing policies and newsletters, galleries and the ability for parents to report an absence with ease online.
A brand new responsive website redesign completely mobile and tablet compatible with. The council required a user-friendly way for both themselves to update the website and their website users to navigate it. An events database was built into the site along with a notices database for notifying people and companies of business opportunities or vacancies, and finally a blog to finish off being able to keep people updated. With lots of pages a good user friendly design was required to make navigation as easy as possible, every page can be found by just 1 click of the mouse, or 2 taps of the screen for tablets and smart phones. There are lots of other features built into the website, too many to list
A complete redesign of the old website into a responsive / mobile and tablet friendly one, with a complete SEO overhaul resulting in an increase of over 400% of website visits and search engine ranking increases for all targeted keywords.
A complete redesign of the old website into a responsive / mobile and tablet friendly one, including a change of website domain name address from their old one to a new more fitting domain name along with transferal of old page rankings to associated new ones.
A new responsive / mobile and tablet friendly website design with a unique contact form allowing users to submit images of their vehicle dent to provide a quote without the client having to waste time attending to find out they can't repair the dent.
With a responsive / mobile and tablet friendly new website design to get this new company up and running and ranking locally quickly using a different than usual design on the home page to most other websites.
Starting from scratch with a new domain and targetting a Worldwide audience for a chemical testing company isn't easy, but we gave them the corporate clean look they were aspiring to have with a responsive / mobile and tablet friendly new website.
On a few occasions we get asked "why shouldn't I just use a DIY website builder?", the short answer I usually give is "I'm sure you have a saw, screwdriver and other tools in your shed, but would you try fitting a full kitchen suite yourself?" (unless you're a joiner/kitchen fitter reading this then I'll think of another analogy when you ring).
So I thought I'd point out what you get with a professional:
A website designer / developer can get to know you and your goals
They can help you see the sometimes blind side of your current marketing or website approach, for example, you may have what you think is great content and images etc. on your website, but is it what your potential customer / client want to see? Do they want to read reams of text about how great you are (sometimes they do obviously), or do they want to find your product or service as fast and easily as possible with the help of well-designed user interface which improves user experience and engagement?
Hiring a professional website designer will save you time
Think of the time you'll be able to spend doing your actual job, trying to learn how to use a very simple DIY website builder is time consuming no matter how easy they promote it being on their adverts. Simple elements like images need optimising and compressing with professional software (some images can be reduced by 80% and appear to lose no quality to the viewer) and correct background SEO work conducting on them targeting your keywords. The man hours you WILL lose can be better spent doing your job and promoting your business as you should be instead of trying to cut corners on such an important aspect of your company/organisation. Your website should be something that saves you time by making it easier to manage once built, not taking up several hours a day or week trying to get a DIY one to do something it can't.
Hiring a professional website designer can save you money
You're probably thinking "how when I can buy a DIY one for a £1 a month?". Well, DIY websites start off from that low cost price, then have lots of add-on and hidden fees for extras, too many to list, but they include things like not having adverts plastered all over your website, adding a shopping cart with monthly subscriptions, SEO optimisations which don't do anything and you then end up spending money on it which gives you nothing in return and you will either give in altogether or go to a professional which is then the cost you should have paid to do it right in the first place plus the money you wasted on a DIY one. Also, as above, it saves you time which you can use to do your actual job instead of essentially working for nothing trying to do it yourself.
You get expertise
Hiring a professional in any job or trade gives you the reassurance that they've been doing this for a long time and with good results, back to the kitchen analogy, you would like to think if a professional fitted it they would make sure your cupboard drawers aren't falling or the sink going through the worktop, with websites it needs to not only look professionally built but perform with the purpose it was intended to, whether that's letting customers know and see what you do, or getting them buying your products on an ecommerce shop.
You get a bespoke website design that does what you want and need it to
With a DIY website build you get a template which looks like hundreds, if not thousands of other websites throughout the internet barring the text and some of the images, what's going to make yours stand out and will it even do what YOU want it to do? Hiring a professional gets the ability and right to say "this is what I want on my website and what I require it to do", how can you be dissatisfied when you're getting exactly what YOU want. Again, back to the kitchen analogy, would you buy a DIY kitchen and try and make it fit into your unique space and expect it to look professional and function correctly?
You get what you pay for
No doubt you've heard the phrases "you get what you pay for" or "buy cheap, buy twice". Don't expect to get anything but a poor experience from a DIY website builder or any good search engine rankings. Once you've designed your generic website, don't expect to be able to change the design in the next few years, you'll have to start all over from scratch, more time lost and you'll have possibly forgotten how to use the editor unless you really keep on top of it so there's that to learn again. DIY websites generally load slower due to all the unnecessary coding and features, this is now a big ranking factor for Google for how fast your website loads, including more importantly users, studies show if users have to wait more than 3 seconds for a website to load they just hit the back button and move on. Ask any of your colleagues or friends who have or run companies who are successful if they use a DIY website builder, you already know what the answer will be!
Finally, First impressions count
Build a website yourself that doesn't look professional and it will reflect on you, imagine a builder you're thinking of hiring coming to your premises in a van which is dirty and covered in rust, this will instantly put you off. Have a website that gives a clean professional image that reflects your professional work and you're more likely to get that enquiry or sale.