Earlier this year we introduced responsive web design into our digital design services. This makes websites more accessible and engaging on a range of different devices, from PCs and laptops to tablets and mobile phones. With a growing number of users accessing the web on mobile devices, we've started recomending that responsive design forms part of all new projects and this year saw some clients adopting the new technology on their own websites.
New website for wedding venue at Pimhill Farm
We were asked to redevelop the website for a local wedding venue at Pimhill Farm. They offer a truly unique venue, with nothing quite like it in the area and so we implemented a new website using responsive design, showcasing the venue's features with easily accessible galleries. www.pimhillbarn.co.uk
Second generation website for Taylor's Classics
Having had a great working relationship with Taylor's Classics for a while, we'd been managing their first generation website and online marketing for some time. Following a recent rebrand and rapid expansion of the business, Taylor's Classics needed a website that would meet the new demands of the business and boast an attractive product catalogue. Again, we applied responsive website design in this project, not only to make the site more accessible, but to improve the experience users had when viewing the product catalogue; a key part of the website. www.taylorsclassics.com
A new look for MSM Plant
MSM Plant is another long time client, and we've been managing their website for the last few years. Since then, the business has evolved offering new services and seeing growth in the sales of used plant equipment. Originally selling just platform and lifting equipment, the business was rebranded to become MSM Plant and a new responsive website was designed to detail the services and used plant catalogue. www.msmplant.co.uk