Below you will find information on some of our projects.
WCPT is an international non-profit professional organisation based in London.
PPE contacted us to help promote their global positive practice environments campaign. They wanted a simple accessible site, that featured multi-languages and was easy to maintain.
Laund View Stables is set in 100 acres of beautiful Lancashire countryside, with forty purpose built, modern stables; excellent turn out and well fenced paddocks.
Chris Hiley was setting out on a freelance writing career in health and medicine and needed a website to present herself as a knowledgeable health professional who could write interesting things. She liked Simon Crompton’s site and wanted something in a similar vein, but without ripping it off. It became obvious that a blog would help, so this was added after the initial website was developed.
Chris had a clear idea of what she didn’t want in a website but less idea about what she did. No fuss, bother, bangs, bells and whistles. No yellow. No animations or Times New Roman. Going for clarity and professionalism.
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Simon has been a health journalist for 20 years, and is currently medical editor for The Times's weekly health supplement, Body & Soul. He also writes for a number of professional, statutory and voluntary organisations, and has won a number of awards for his patient information work and journalism. Simon has recently written "All About Me: Loving a Narcissist" published by Collins.
Simon had a very clear idea of how he wanted his site to look - clean and simple lines without the use of too many graphics or colours. Read more ...
BA Equestrian is a competition training yard based at Longhorn Stables near Preston in Lancashire.
Our brief was to produce a simple website to help promote a privately owned holiday home in Cornwall, enabling people to check availability, and access information about the local area. Read more ...
The Shell Shop, Morecambe
Abigail Wrigley has recently taken over The Shell Shop in Morecambe, which first opened in the 1960s. She is now looking to bring it into the 21st century and has asked us to create a shop front on the internet which will complement the shop front in Morecambe. Read more ...