My clients include
A full eCommerce website which handles its payment through both Sage Pay and PayPal payment gateways. This site also handles all orders, invoices and stock control as well as point of sale (POS) using barcode technology. The site also features a fully integrated blog which aids search engine optimization (SEO) and Google analytics to track customer’s movements. Information gathered by the analytics is used by me to further improve the website thus increasing sales.
A brochure style website made under strict guidance from my clients governing body. This website features a number of information pages, news items and a Twitter feed. The main purpose of this site is to inform and educate as well as providing a platform for Freemasons to explore new Masonic degrees and learn about this ancient Lodge of Freemasons.
This is a membership website with many extra features. In addition to the numerous pages of information, galleries, blogs and videos available the website handles all membership matters for this association including admin, renewals and payments. The site also features a full member’s only area where members can login to gain access to different areas of the site and communicate with each other through a private messaging system. The eCommerce system not only handles membership payments and renewals but also allows the association to sell merchandise with payment being handled via PayPal. Other features include: a document management system (archive), several galleries, a forum with private mail and activity wall plus YouTube, Facebook and Twitter feeds. To assist in running this site different user roles are assigned to different individuals.
An eCommerce website which also handles all orders, invoices and delivery notes and provides a point of sale (POS) system for our client. To show my clients products in detail a lightbox has been used which allows images on the product pages to be magnified, for this purpose high quality images are used. Products can be searched for by category, brand or price and customers can add products to both wish and compare lists. Featured products are displayed on the homepage using a stylish product slider allowing customers to add items directly to their shopping cart. The website is currently showing as a brochure website while my client prepares their products.
This is a commercial ‘one page’ website designed to create sales leads for a company that installs kitchen worktops. This site was designed with search engine optimisation (SEO) at its heart and has numerous landing pages for different towns, villages and counties, each with its own personalise SEO work enabling the site to appear high on Google and Bing's organic rankings in those areas. The website has also been built to showcase work carried out by the company so we created a number of different galleries demonstrating the quality of the work carried out. These galleries can be easily updated by the installers via their phones or tablets whilst on-site, keeping it fresh and vibrant. This company’s excellent Facebook site has also been integrated in the website as has a number of contact forms and the liberal use of their phone number encouraging potential clients to get in touch.
John had very specific requirements for his website. He felt it was important to have a 'showcase' for his work and wanted a commercial site that showed the range of services he offers. As the majority of John's work comes by word of mouth recommendations, and he often has a full diary, gaining new work was not the main requirement although he is happy that the website is generating new business. The site uses a modern one page scroll theme that works well with mobiles and tablets.
Andrew and his team wanted a modern sleek one page web design that complimented their business and demonstrated the many services they offer to the building industry.
The website has been designed with clean lines and clearly shows the types of services the company is able to offer their clients.
Providing an active Twitter feed to the homepage keeps the site dynamic and assists in search engine optimization.
Fine Golf had a particular problem as they did not have full access to their website administration area, no access at all to their control panel and the developer who originally built their site was not responding to request for help. Their site had a number of issues including missing pages, contact forms that didn't work and broken links.
Spa Web Design was able to gain full administration access to their administration area enabling us to make a copy of the site and transfer it to our own servers. We were then able to repair and reconstruct the missing elements and restore the site to its original glory. As the Fine Golf website was originally built in 2008 it is not responsive so Spa Web Design has been asked to look at a complete redesign.