A friend on Facebook recommended that I may be able to help MrCycle, who was having a few problems with his current website.
We sat down to discuss the requirements and decided that a new website should be built. We concluded that his customers should be able to view his availability and book services with ease, including those bookings made on mobile devices.
From starting initial discussions the website was designed and built within just a couple of weeks and included tweaking and testing to make sure the booking system worked exactly to fit MyCycle’s needs.
I’ve recently put the website live for Happy Bambino, who offer activity classes for children in the Norwich area.
A simple site was required initially to promote themselves where they can blog to update parents of their activity. As things progress it’s likely a more advanced class booking system will be implemented.
This is a new project for them but I’m super confident Caroline will make a great success of it. All the best!
Norwich Airport Taxis have just had their website re-designed to take advantage of responsive design.
We worked on their original website in 2011 just as early adopters were starting to create responsive websites. A responsively designed website is one where the layout responds/adapts upon the layout of the device, the biggest challenge being the growing popularity of mobile devices.
All the websites we’ve created over the last five years are responsive by default. If your website needs a responsive re-design, get in touch.
We’ve just launched the website for Allan Brooks who’s an expert painter and decorator for the Norwich & Norfolk area.
Allan can easily update the blog on his website to show the variety of projects he’ll be working on. He can also upload photo galleries of his work to show how something looked before he starts and after completion, giving potential customers further confidence in his work.
When Google’s Chrome browser version 62 is released this October, warnings will be shown onscreen to indicate if a website is not secure (a non HTTPS connection).
This is all part of Google’s movement to help bring a more secure browsing environment and helping to protect the privacy of its users.