Websites & Design Work Carried out by Wwwdot in 2017

Regular work from existing customers... great people... great fun... great results!

A Big 'Thank You' to all our customers for your continued support!

For Oakley Grange Organic Farm, Café & Deli regular Mailchimp campaigns have really helped promote some of their delightful events. 

Riseholme Feeds Country Store keeps us busy with constant changes to their website and weekly photo shoots give us plenty to choose from for their daily social media updates.

The Little Boutique in Keyworth always has some fantastic new clothes or gifts coming in. Along with their Outfit and Scarf of the Week and Topical Gifts, there's always quite a bit to do!

For Oakley Grange Organic Farm,  a revamp of menus and promotional material to match their website has refreshed their brand identity.

The prospect of this latest website was very exciting - not only for our client Michal Walczyk of clipper servicing and blade sharpening company Pro Blade - but also for Wwwdot as it was our first shop!  At last we've had the chance to 'Go Shopping' and we've really enjoyed a new challenge.  Create, whose templates and hosting packages we use,  offer a brilliant Shop facility with a fantastic range of easy to use reports, payment gateways and comprehensive order management system which have made the Shop a delight to work with. Pro Blade will be expanding the shop over the coming weeks which we're really looking forward to.

The website for Nick Creaton BHSI and Creaton Saddles, his saddle design business, has been an absolute delight and a history lesson in itself!  When Nick mentioned that he needed a new website we knew him as an extremely well thought of Equine Instructor and Saddle Designer but we had no idea that he owned and restored so many heritage saddles dating back to the early 1800's. It's been incredibly interesting seeing the images of both side saddles and astride saddles and learning about the saddlers and harness makers, most of which sadly no longer exist. More images are being added to Nick's Saddlery Museum page so it will expand even further over the course of the next few weeks with Classic 20th Century saddles.

What a lovely way to start the New Year with a meeting with Richard & Inger Mee who run Oakley Grange Organic Farm, Café & Delicatessen to discuss refreshing their website and making it mobile responsive.  After looking at the costs involved, they agreed it was more cost effective to start afresh and we got to work thinking about text and taking photos.  Once again we have met some really lovely people with great images to photograph.  It's been tough sampling some seriously delicious food - the sticky toffee pud in particular was amazing - but someone's got to do it!! If you'd like to have a quick look click here.