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Somerlap - Selling garden products online: ‘’Wow, that was great service’’

Posted by Lisa Watson on May 2nd 2013 in Design

Somerlap is a manufacturer and retailer of high quality garden products ranging from fences to furniture. Currently the company doesn’t sell products online but this is set to change. As with many manufacturers in the UK, Somerlap have a great opportunity to extend the reach of their operation through the medium of the web. The crucial question though...

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Pipex px - Effective business to business websites: ‘giving the user what they want’

Posted by Lisa Watson on May 2nd 2013 in Design

Pipex px is a company dedicated to ‘producing excellence’. This is no less the case when it comes to the organisation’s marketing and communication activities. It is important that all aspects of the Pipex offering infer quality in the mind of the audience and this is certainly the case in the way they market themselves online. Sarah Raynor, Marketing...

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Why you can't ignore mobile web in 2013

Posted by on April 26th 2013 in Design, Development, Mobile Marketing

The mobile web rapidly expanded to the point where it cannot be ignored any longer. This transition has caught many organisations by surprise, and good advice is hard to find. We’d like to help dispel the mobile web myths and address many of the questions you may have. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="500"] St. Peter's Square over 8 years, Source: NBC...

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In Focus: Town and Gown 10k Website

Posted by Optix Solutions on April 3rd 2013 in Design, Development, Company News

One project in particular which has been close to our heart this year is townandgown10k.com, a microsite for the annual races which support the Muscular Dystrophy campaign. The Town and Gown 10k races take place in Oxford and Cambridge and each event sees thousands of people turn up, taking over the University towns with their trademark orange t-shirts....

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A wedding planner's dream website: Meet Westcountry Wedding Guide

Posted by Lisa Watson on December 13th 2012 in Design, Company News

When Westcountry Wedding Guide came to us for the redesign and redevelopment of their website, it was clear it need modernising. The owner Katherine Spicer, wanted something that was not only innovative and appealing but that would meet the two core objectives of the website: To provide a useful search facility for individuals to plan their wedding To provide a...

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New microsite launched for the University of Exeter, Arts & Culture

Posted by Lisa Watson on November 15th 2012 in Design, News

Earlier this year, the University of Exeter, Arts & Culture came to us with a brief to redesign and redevelop their website. The main objective of the site was to combine the different departments which reside under the Arts & Culture banner and integrate them so that their events could be promoted using one central tool. At the time,...

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