Edward Mccann is a young architectural practice based in North London. Their brief was for a site that conveyed their design aesthetic, attention to detail and slightly reworked the way one thinks about browsing through a web page, so removing the number of page reloads.
We built a one page design where all the key content is on every page and then indexed through an AJAX scrolling effect in the browser. This allows users to browse through different projects whilst not having to refresh every page. It also puts a large amount of content and keywords onto each page allow for great SEO.
We really enjoyed this project and are chuffed with the results – see the site in action here.Read More
BAM Motorsports specialise in corporate hospitality for Formula One events. That includes Paddock Club, Luxury Yachts, Grandstand tickets and more.
We redesigned and built the BAM website to be simple, punchy and image heavy. The aim is to portray the true quality of the BAM events and to encourage users to make very quick and simple enquiries. There are lots of little bells and whistles and the clinet is able to edit all areas of the website.
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Devas Designs has been listed as one of the top 100 Interior Design companies inLondon since being set up by Philippa Devas in 1998. Philippa asked us to redevelop their website to give them a site which showcase their work, doing justice to the images and the great interiors they have designed, as well as making it editable.
The site is very much based around providing people with images to show Devas Designs’ portfolio whilst providing a clarity, classiness and a slightly homely feel.
To see the site in its full glory visit it here – www.devasdesigns.co.ukRead More
Actors often have Spotlight profiles, but it has become increasingly necessary for them to have a website displaying their showreel, headshots, CV and so forth. This is a simple, low-cost website we built for Libby Evans, a mighty-fine English actress which she can edit herself to upload new photos, video and pages as the site is built within a full CMS.
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We helped Kirsty at i&i build and configure their first online webshop. This is built with the Shopify configuration and we helped with the general e-commerce setup, configuration of the domains and then restyled the whole shop to suit the brief.
This division of work left the client to upload products and product images, enabling us to get the client’s webshop up and running for under 1K – with a high-end mobile friendly website, ready to sell and fully complying with all necessary trading regulations.
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The aim here was to create a super slick ipad friendly and flash free website that complimented the high quality building and development works that Belleville Developments carry out.
We built the website as a one page website using anchors creatively to allow quick navigation amongst website pages whilst continuing to cycle through images of the company’s work.
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Patterson Homes needed a website to display their building and redevelopment works, reflecting the high end work they do and to help draw investment. The website layout and design was heavily briefed and was built to highlight images and keep the functionality to a minimum. This features full screen background images and special fonts.
The layout is a creative user of a responsive design so that images are always visible and text boxes manoeuvre within that. See the website hereRead More
Wiggies restaurant and popup needed a microsite to advertise their latest events in London. The website expanded gradually from that, but the core aim of promoting the client’s activities and keeping it playful and on brand was vital.
The website incorporates online booking forms, a gallery, the ability to embed video and a dynamic twitter feed. The website is all built within an easily editable CMS.
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