Large web design agencies with plush offices, HR departments and Upper Management can produce the same kinds of websites we can – they will just charge you more.
Look at what we can do – many of the websites we’ve produced are shown in the case studies below. Each one has a link to the LIVE website, to show it to you ‘in the flesh’.
We don’t just leave you on your own once we’ve delivered your project! First, there’s 3 months’ of warranty – free of charge. If you identify any issues in that time, we put them right straight away. Then, if you choose, we can offer a monthly maintenance package at a highly competitive price, optionally bundling the costs of web hosting, domain name renewal and SSL digital certificate renewal. It even includes one hour’s effort to allow for small changes or updates.
We are always expanding our portfolio, so check back for new additions to our range of case studies
An Edinburgh based consultancy firm had begun creating their own website using a website builder but wanted something a bit more professional to showcase their firm. Adding a blog capability mid-development made sense and the initial launch included a blog page, two initial posts and the capability for the client to regularly add more to stay in touch with their targeted customer base.
An established business based in Stirling and covering the whole of Scotland offers spray painting of just about anything, from buildings to fences and beyond. They also offer high pressure jet washing and wanted to expand their reach with a professional website which was SEO tuned for maximum reach
FTS Solutions deliver “blue light” training for ambulance drivers for many NHS trusts across the country. Based locally in Falkirk their reach is nationwide. This project involved redeveloping their ageing website as well as migrating emails for around 50 staff, bringing all of their IT under the one roof in order to simplify and save money
A local dementia charity had begun creating their own website but wanted to accelerate progress to increase and improve their web presence for their members – and sign-up new members. Regular publishing is a priority for monthly newsletters and blogs. Newsletters included a Wordsearch, which we turned into an interactive ‘playable’ wordsearch, with video instructions on how to play. The charity administrators wanted to be self-sufficient as far as possible, so we delivered, and continue to deliver, support on that.