Website design and development for a large pharma company in Oxfordshire. The main features of the site were to allow users to register for a trade account or as retail customers. It wasn’t the usual wholesale customer as no minimum purchase is required. Certain products can either be sold exclusively in the UK and some can’t be sold in other countries. The site is responsive to mobile phone users. As part of the e-commerce integration, Google schemas have been created to boost product visibility within shopping channels. It also populates the client's Facebook shop. The website has been built to grow as the product range expands.
We are pleased to say we've finished the RSPCA Coventry and District website. After a lot of work and a few project managers later (their end) and it's live.
The site integrates with their 'shelter manager system' to update the animals for adoption and fostering rather than duplicating information from their system to the website. The blog is the perfect way to promote events and fundraisers.
The site will enable the centre to close the doors on the animal shelter and make viewings by appointment only. Animals up for adoption are stressed by constant visitors and handling by people who didn't before hand if the animal was suitable for them and their environment.
Banbury web designers - nervenet have designed and implemented a new website for an Automotive Sales Consultant.
The design had to be clean and easy to navigate, with a modern style. The business has multiple services so the brand reflected that by using 'gears' as part of the design. Clients can either employ them for some or all of their services. The use of gears reflects how they all integrate together.
We're also matching the design of the website with their print with some awesome business cards.
View the website: https://royrogersconsultancy.com/
We have just launched a new WordPress website for one of our distinct clients - Alexander John Garden Design & Maintenance are launching their garden services in Brackley. They wanted something a little different to their normal site, so we came up with this simple, elegant design. The images in the main sections can be changed in a few seconds allowing AJGD to update the site via their mobile phone (if they want to) with up-to-date photos. It encompasses a simple contact form and Facebook feed. As it only launched today (23rd Feb 2018) we working on the SEO aspects.
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