Archive for the: "Development" category

How Optix Solutions are more 'A La Carte' than 'Ready Meal'

Posted by Amanda Parsons on October 5th 2011 in Design, Development, SEO, Online Marketing

Ever wondered what to expect when you task us with creating and building a website? We strongly believe that any project is a partnership with a Client. We regularly consult and communicate with our Clients, creating an open channel for feedback and discussion. We strive to ensure the end result exceeds our Client's expectations and more than fulfils their...

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New Microsite for Fall Arrest Equipment and Training launches

Posted by Dan White on August 18th 2011 in E-Commerce, Design, Development, News, Company News

Our client, PVM Supplies are based in Exeter. They specialise in safety equipment, workwear, health and safety legislation, cleaning equipment and training of safety products, including everything from full Fall Arrest Systems (and how to use them) to fire resistant cooks uniforms. To help employers stay on the right side of the 'Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992'...

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Turn back the years – a new website designed and developed by Optix Solutions

Posted by Amanda Parsons on August 5th 2011 in Design, Development, News

Optix Solutions is proud to have recently launched the new website, a site dedicated to showcasing the extraordinary work of Dr David Evennett. David offers a range of non-surgical facial treatments ranging from anti-wrinkle injections to lip enhancement and even tooth whitening. The website has been designed to reflect the professional approach that David has to his work...

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Event tracking for web pages with no thank you page

Posted by Dan White on June 27th 2011 in Development, SEO, Online Marketing

The way goal tracking works for a lot of websites is that you set up a page which displays to the user saying "Thank you for buying widget a'". When you see someone has visited that page you can see that a sale must have occurred. Now that is very useful because then you can dig around in the...

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The Hunt for the Deli of the Year 2011 has begun

Posted by Amanda Parsons on April 4th 2011 in Design, Development, News

Each year Olives Et Al run a Deli of the Year competition in order that the general public can nominate and vote for their favourite Deli. This year Olives Et Al approached Optix Solutions, in Exeter, for the design of their new Deli of the Year website. Optix Solutions were proud to be selected as the chosen Web Designer...

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Remove Google Personalisation - Objective Results in Google

Posted by Dan White on March 17th 2011 in Development, SEO

Google's Search Engine is incredibly complex, exceptionally intelligent and frighteningly accurate at guessing what you want. There are times though when, to be quite honest, I would prefer it to mind its own business and stop personalising my results, so to that end Optix Solutions have a solution should you feel the same. Removing Google Personalisation isn't easy; using traditional...

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