An impressive start-up business required a slick eCommerce site that blended traditional military history with a state-of-the-art new delivery method for its growing portfolio of virtual battlefield tours from across the world.
This is an important historical site dedicated to the men of Stevenage and the surrounding villages who fought and died in the First and Second World Wars. It was important to get both the feel and tone absolutely right.
Hamilton James is an unabated petrol head and allround car enthusiast. The primary objective of this site was to convey this extraordinary passion and showcase his new YouTube channel and media productions.
Silver Screen Services Ltd are a specialist transport provider for the media industry and have worked on some of the most well known TV and film productions in recent years. They wanted a fresh new look to their website.
An immensley enjoyable project the focus here was to create a predominantly static site that was a central repository of information for the Society and enabled its members to post their favourite pictures of their dogs.
Elaine is a talented photograher with a stunning portfolio. The brief for this elegent website was to showcase her work in six different galleries and not to let the web development process compromise her work.
The brief for this complicated website was to produce a secure platform that would showcase the park, the yearly programme of events and the work of the Trust. The website has become a valuable local resource.
Our own website is where it all started and it has seen a few changes over the years. In this iteration, we wanted it to showcase our work, but in a fun and engaging manner. We love the new look and hope you like it too!
The objective for this website was to create an unpretentious and low key design that was built around the Club's shooting range in Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire. We were incredibly pleased with the result.
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