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15 March 2019 by
I designed and built a new website for Rioz Global, who are a warehousing and logistics company.
01 January 2019 by
It's a new year! And it's a good time to make sure that your website is working optimally for you. Here are a few sensible things to do with your site (not just at this time of year, mind you!)
09 October 2018 by
I designed and built a new website for Avon Forest Services. The website has an easy-to-use content management system.
19 July 2018 by
Yes, it does! Read on to find out why you need an SSL certificate on your website.
31 May 2018 by
There are lots of reasons why it's a great idea to make your website faster. If you don't, it's probably losing you money! Here's what you can do.
02 March 2018 by
It's important to have a website backup plan. And a process that makes it easy to create a backup. User errors, website hacks, or website updates that cause problems can be easily reversed if there is a backup in place. It's a bit like website insurance.
30 November 2017 by
I wanted to learn new methods and code tips a few months ago. So, I've built a demo site that's all about me!
06 September 2017 by
I customised a WordPress theme to give CK Energy a modern website with a large home page image and a prominent call-to-action
05 July 2017 by
If you have the right website system, it's quick and easy to update your website. Want to know more? Read on.
03 May 2017 by
A clean and modern website redesign for Rosebank House, which provides bed and breakfast accommodation in Porlock, Somerset.
23 March 2017 by
I run three tests on the site. They will tell you what's working well and highlight potential problems. The tests will give you a thorough overview of the site. It's a health check.
10 February 2017 by
The Oakfield Gallery website was launched in February 2017. Designed by Liz Elcoate. Web development by Clive Walker.