Wwwdot Websites & Design Work Before 2016
Website Design Work By Wwwdot - The First Few Projects...
The websites I was lucky to be involved with before 2016 were certainly all equestrian based. This was not through particular choice, but just how the 'cookie crumbled' and I loved every one of them!
However, 2016 arrived and suddenly I diversified into Personal Training, Optometry, Bespoke Building, Equestrian, Baby Products and Engineering.
I hope you like my Portfolio and of course if I can help in any way please do get in touch...
Tracey Dillon, who owns Willoughby Lodge Farm, was my first customer. Tracey was an established, well known Event Rider and an extremely well thought of Trainer in Yorkshire where she was based before she relocated to the Midlands. Tracey moved to Willoughby Lodge Farm and completely transformed it into a first class livery and training facility including the first all-weather cross country schooling arena in the area.
My brief here was to not only promote the 'no expense spared' facilities that Tracey offered and the clinics with international trainers that were available, but also to promote the excellent coaching skills of Tracey herself.
A few weeks later www.wlf-eq.co.uk for Willoughby Lodge Farm went live. I realised how much I had enjoyed the whole process and started to look for another website design project.
My next opportunity came in the form of Riseholme Feeds.
Lindsay Redfern, the owner of Riseholme Feeds, at the time based in East Leake, required her 'token' website to be refreshed and more engaging. New business challenges were on the horizon for Lindsay in the form of relocation as well as a change of image perception and new range development.
My brief therefore presented a series of key opportunities to ensure the retention of existing customers as well as promoting the business to potential new customers in its new location and promoting the new style 'Riseholme Feeds Country Store'.
I felt a complete 'fresh start' for Riseholme's bright future was the best idea and Lindsay was delighted with my initial development ideas. A combination of a new website and social media support was to become an integral part of the day-to-day running and promotion of Lindsay's business from then on. So my second website www.riseholmefeeds.co.uk was launched.
Like all business owners, Lindsay is very customer focused and her time is better spent 'front of house' liaising with her customers and offering that exceptional personal service for which she is so well known. I therefore continue to update her website as well as helping with her social media sites and advertising so that she is free to look after her customers and business.
My third project came from Hammett Equestrian owned and run by Mark and Jenny Hammett who are Agents for some of the finest Equestrian Brands coming into the UK.
The brief from Mark and Jenny was to design a new website to support their international clients giving product information along with catalogues, videos and slideshows to trade and retail alike.
This challenging and exciting project resulted in a new website that offers invaluable detailed information on the product ranges they bring into the UK as well as advising where they can be purchased - www.hammettequestrian.com
The livery yard based at Eurobale's Manor Farm in Widmerpool, was taken over by Marcin Stachurski in 2014 and underwent extensive refurbishment, resulting in the formation of 'Manor Farm Equine' a first class livery service and training facility.
Marcin's dressage and training skills are well known in the area and he needed a website to showcase the excellent facilities that are now available at Manor Farm Equine as well as his coaching services, clinics and training skills.
Marcin and his partner Greg Hague knew exactly how they wanted their new website to look, and in no time at all www.manorfarmequine.co.uk went live.
Having heard so many success stories from Rebecca Draper's pupils, I was delighted when Rebecca asked me to help design her website.
Like so many people running a small business, Rebecca is busy nurturing her current clients, finding new ones, as well as promoting new areas of expertise and looking after a young family; Producing a website was out of the question.
Rebecca's way of coaching is refreshing and an inspiration to all her clients, but like many talented and compassionate teachers she finds it quite difficult to sing her own praises! This was where I came in!
My brief was to design a new website offering information about Rebecca's dressage coaching and Equipilates clinics as well as her own method of coaching aimed at the busy, time poor and sometimes lacking in confidence rider, in the form of 'Real Life Dressage' - Rebecca's successful and sympathetic way of coaching.
I am pleased to say that www.rebeccadraperdressage.co.uk went live at the end of 2015.