Take a look at the projects that we’ve had the pleasure to be part of and help design and develop.
Kiltarlity and Kirkhill Churches
The Kiltarlity and Kirkhill Churches approached us for a redesign of the current website, so it would have a more modern look and feel as well as updating the outdated content. The site utilises an image navigation as well as audio players for their Sunday sermons.
The site uses a mobile-friendly framework, so it displays well on mobile phones and tablets. Also, the website has a CMS (WordPress), so the client can login to the back office and easily make changes to the website without the knowledge of coding.
Cake Mamma first came to us for website hosting and web design after she found out her previous website had been hacked, so wanted to get it cleaned up. She also suggested she wanted a redesign to give the website a modern look, so we started a brand new site from scratch sorting both problems!
Like with all websites we create; the website is responsive, so the website will display well on mobile phones and tablets. It also has WordPress integrated, so the client can choose to login and make some updates quickly and easily when she needs to.
Also, this project includes a categorised gallery page i.e. the different kinds of cakes she offers have been split into different sections. Users simply click the category and the images of different cakes appear.
Health Linked approached us to redesign their website as the focus for their business was changing. Health Linked had provided us with a video, which they wanted us to include in their design, so we gave them a video header.
It’s a very clean and responsive design plus it is integrated with WordPress, so the client can easily make updates to the site.
Northern Frontier Fine Art Company
For this project, we utilised the client’s drawing of what they were looking for and made it into a website. The website is exactly what they client had drawn because it is their website, so it should be what they want.
As with all our websites, it is mobile-friendly, so it displays well on mobile phones and tablets. The site also has responsive galleries, so they display well on different devices too. The website has many functionalities including; a lightbox effect for their galleries and image carousels for a less cluttered layout when displaying lots of images.
Highland Child Protection Committee
This website was a bespoke design taking into consideration the client’s requests for a simple design, so that it wasn’t complicated for users. The project includes a CMS (WordPress), so the client can manage and add news posts and pages as well as add new courses to their training course calendar.
The training course calendar is also manageable from the back office of the website. The client can add new courses, manage bookings for each course and more. A great solution for course management.
This website was built using a pre-existing WordPress theme as chosen by the client. It was also customised by us to make the theme do everything the client required. The theme is mobile-friendly and is blog system specifically for travellers with markers on the map for each blog post.
A mobile-friendly website, which is also a bespoke design. As it is mobile-friendly it displays well on portable devices including mobile phones and tablets. As with all of our websites, it was built with a CMS (WordPress) to let the client update their content and takeaway menu very easily. The CMS is simple to understand.
Clear Spoken English
A bespoke design that is responsive, so it displays well on mobile phones and tablets, and built with a CMS (WordPress). The CMS allows the client to easily change all their content and images.
Inverness Metal Recycling
A website that’s a customised template for WordPress to meet the clients needs and requirements. We improved the theme’s mobile-friendliness and ensured the client can update all their content and images with their Content Management System. Among the other customisations was an image gallery.