The brief was to create website that would strongly reflect the design work already created and allow potential festival goers to view the artists scheduled to play, including biography and website links. They should also be able to book tickets, signup to newsletter updates, download the festival map and view the timetable of performances.
The brief was to change the blog design, layout and functionality to create a more engaging and coherent user experience. The blog was already built on WordPress, so we updated the layout, to improve the social mediaand video integration, add a dropdown menu with category images, improved responsive layout and newsletter signup integration.
The brief was to create a responsive website, from supplied design work, for a high profile competition between The Balvenie single malt whisky and Morgan Motors. The website needed to promote the competition and accept competition entries, storing them until the competition closes and the winner is drawn from the successful entries. We recommended building the website on WordPress, with a responsive framework that is consistent across all devices.
The client was looking to put together a new, interactive and responsive website to highlight their work in new housing developments. We worked with Halo agency on the design, structure and user experience requirements. We recommended building the website on WordPress, with a responsive framework that is consistent across all devices. The website has a clean spacious design to allow the images to stand out and a custom layouts for the work section. The client is able to easily update and add content from the admin section or WordPress.
The client was looking to put together a new, interactive and responsive website to highlight and promote their high quality and innovate packaging solutions. We worked with a local design and brand agency, Halo agency, on the design and functionality requirements and completed the build to brief. We recommended building the website on WordPress, with a responsive framework that is consistent across all devices. The homepage has sections that are navigable from the menu, with custom layouts for the case study, services and blog sections; all easily accessed from the homepage.
The client was a local groundwork and RC frame specialist building and construction company that wanted to highlight their projects and service offerings. We first of all worked with the client to create a 6 page gatefold brochure, creating the necessary design assets, which then fed into the website design. We recommended building the website on WordPress, with a responsive framework to be consistent across all devices. The client is able to easily update and add content from the admin section or WordPress, including the portfolio and news sections.
The client was looking to put together a new, interactive and responsive website to highlight and promote their brand building and communication agency. We worked with them on the design, structure and user experience requirements, before their in-house design and content team could create the assets for the website build. We recommended building the website on WordPress, with a responsive framework and side menu that is consistent across all devices.
We were recommended to a client by a local design agency. The client was moving agency and was looking not just for a redesign, but also to complete the development side of the project, including moving from an automated daily load of a diamond and ring feed, to a more flexible approach and the completion of the website, in terms of configuration of various ecommerce functionality (payment options, security, emails etc) and completion of bespoke functionality.
The client was looking to put together a targeted, sector-specific website to highlight their healthcare communications experience and services. We worked with them on the design, structure and user experience requirements, before their in-house design and content team could create the assets for the website build. We recommended building the website on WordPress, with a responsive framework and side menu that is consistent across all devices. The client is able to easily update and add content from the admin section or WordPress.
A local client approached us to create a mobile app aimed at the golf market. This functionality-rich app allows golfers to the score for both themselves and fellow golfers in their group. The app was created for both IOS and Android mobile devices and allows registration and login with facebook. An accompanying website was also created that allows users to register and also login and view previous scores and account information.
The client had an aged, unresponsive website with a dated design. It was difficult for the client to keep updated with new holiday offers, hotels and golf courses. They wanted a modern, fresh design, with a responsive layout, to allow optimal viewing on mobile and tablet devices and also a flexible and easy-to-use content management system. We recommended building the website on WordPress, with a custom admin area to allow easy addition/editing of hotels and golf courses.
The client wanted to create a simply designed, but stylish website, that shows off the beautiful eyewear they create. The site had to be repsonsive to all devices and easy to navigate for users, with easily accessible content. We created a simple, but interactive website, using the latest html5 and CSS3 technology built on the WordPress content management system. The website uses large and striking images, custom typography and a simple navigation system to provide an optimal user experience. It is fully respsonsive for optimal experience on mobile and tablet devices.
A local design and branding agency asked us to create for them a new and striking website to promote their branding and design services. We created a striking and interactive website for Halo, using the latest html5 and CSS3 technology. The website is a single page layout, with links on the menu to page sections. There is a portfolio section, with items opening on click events and parallax effects. The site is built on the WordPress CMS platform, so it is highly extendable , allowing the client to add extra functionality and a blog when required.
The client brief was to create a state-of-the-art ecommerce website, from supplied design work and to provide a user-friendly and engaging shopping experience for existing and new clients. The website is responsive, providing mobile and tablet users with an easy and feature-rich experience. We recommended building the site on the Magento platform. This is our platform of choice due to it being feature-rich and well supported. The clients agreed and have been won over by the ease in which we have added new features. The blog is built on WordPress and closely integrated with the main website to provide a seamless transition.
Our sister company, ICONICISE, required a striking and responsive website to promote and showcase their digital and brand strategy services and expertise. We designed and built an interactive ‘one-page’ website usign the latest HTML5 and CSS3 technologies, to allow parallax effects and smooth in-page transitions to content areas. There is an integrated flipbook and numerous hover effects. The website is built on WordPress to allow easy addition and modification of content and page sections.
A Lancashire-based design agency approached us to help them build an ecommerce solution for an existing client, in the countrywear and shooting school sector. They provided the design work and requested that we implement it on their chosen ecommerce system. We worked closely with the design agency to help them realise their design concept on a responsive framework, to ensure optimal tablet and smartphone user experiences. The design is consitent with the client brand and existing website, for the shooting school itself.
The Commonwealth Broadcasting Association, in association with BBC Scotland, approached us to advise and assist in the creation of a highly-functional and responsive website to promote and take bookings for a high-profile conference. We worked closely with the client to define the exact requirements and advise on the website structure, design and functionality. After design sign-off we created a website based on html5 and css3 best practice, with an optimised mobile and tablet experience. The website was implemented on the WordPress CMS and uses a customised booking system.
We worked closely with the client to create a new logo and design materials. The website is based on WordPress and presents imagery of previous projects in a clean and uncluttered manner, with contact details and testimonials in prominent locations. It is a brochure website that has generated a significant ROI for the client since launch. It is extendable and managable by the client.
The client wanted to define a strong online brand that reflected her existing high-quality clothing range. The aim is to create an online shop that would be the major player in the fusion fashion world. We worked closely with the client to understand the brand and define the name, logo, colours and typography. We then created a highly functional magento ecommerce website that reflected the brand and enabled a state-of-the-art online shopping experience.
A London-based agency asked us to create an iPad brochure app for one of their clients – TATA Communications. This was to be used by their representatives at trade fairs, exhibitions and conferences. We created a bespoke iPad app, from client-supplied design, with a side menu area to easily access content sections. This easily opens and closes, with both touch and swipe events, to allow a full-page view of the page content.
Creative Edge are a new software company, creating 3D software for the ideation/design process in the packaging, labelling & imaging markets. They wanted a clean, crisp design with muted colour palette that allows the image design examples to stand-out. Similar to an ecommerce website, where the ‘product’ images need to be the centre-of-attention. We created a clean and professional design and layout, with clear calls-to-action using their corporate colour palette.
The client wanted to create a highly functional website, with a clean minimalist design, to provide a web application that allows artists and collectors to register art pieces, track sales and ultimately prove the provenance of the art. With our graphic designer, we worked with the client to define the brand colours and typography, then logo and design elements, before designing the website itself. We created a custom website solution to facilitate the creation of different use profiles, the registration and tracking of certificates, advanced search and payment processing. The website utilises the WordPress CMS and is fully responsive, allowing a seamless experience on desktop, tablet and mobile devices.
We were approached to create this custom-designed website using the Wordpress CMS. This video production company wanted to integrate their social media profiles and a blog, to add regular content, so the Wordpress platform was a perfect choice. The website also has three forms for Call-back, Request a Quote and Contact and randomly changing testimonials on each page.
We created this highly-functional ecommerce website for Applied Diamond (Products) Ltd, one of the largest stockists of diamond cutting tools in the UK. The client brief was incorporate a clean, functional design with the ability for users to quickly navigate through the product catalogue. We used a dropdown selector so that any product can be found within 4 clicks from anywhere in the website.
Warwick Town Council commissioned Verulam Web Design to create a bespoke website to give a web presence for a Heritage Lottery Bid to renovate the Court House in Warwick town centre. We created a stylish design and custom functionality to allow a chronological listing of key events in the history of this building and the ability to give a ‘thumbs up’ for articles and a ‘did you know’ facts to add interest.
We have provided project management and design and development services for an exciting new business referral and interactive directory website – WottleDo. This project has taken 18 months from initial brainstorming and wireframes to launch, requiring a large team with graphic design, website design, software development, copywriting, testing and user experience skillsets.