Web Design

  • Why have my Instagram pictures stopped appearing on my website?

    If you were a user of the Instafeed.js service for Instagram, you may have noticed recently that your pictures have stopped automagically appearing on your website. This is due to some recent legal changes Instagram have made to their API, which has unfortunately stopped the app (for now atleast) from… Read more

  • ClaytonERM move to WordPress

    At first glance, the new site we created for Clayton Euro Risk looks pretty similar to the old site ... which was exactly what was requested. However, as similar as it may seem in comparison, just like a swan, the feet were paddling frantically below the surface. Metaphorically I mean… Read more

  • New video subscription website for Woodcarving Workshops

    Master woodcarver Chris Pye's popular online video learning tool, Woodcarving Workshops, needed a make over and we were more than happy to help! Their old site, which was built using Umbraco, was a little tired and not responsive so they needed a site that could keep up with the requirements… Read more

  • Re-branding for Mapp Media

    We recently helped Mapp Media rebrand their website, changing all of their previous purple into green! We made the changes to their blog site and holding page for their new brochure site which we're currently developing on WordPress. The blog site is fully responsive and kept up to date with… Read more

  • A new look for Magnetic North Travel

    We built Magnetic North Travel's site back in 2010 and now 5 years on they needed a glossy make over and to go responsive!Now an established luxury holiday brand, Magnetic North needed a site which emphasises how special their holidays really are. Powerful photography is key, as are memorable design… Read more

  • A shiny new look for Muddy Boots

    Muddy Boots Software needed a website refresh to showcase the latest in their product offerings, and we're very proud of the results!The fully responsive site suits large screens through to mobiles, with colour coded product landing pages making a real splash about each piece of their software.CSS3 animations on the… Read more

  • New CMS for Bristol architects noma

    Bristol architects noma wanted to be able to update their website themselves.After years of needing a developer to update their static HTML website, noma came to us to help them create an easy to use site they can update in house to keep potential clients informed of their latest work,… Read more

  • New City Insights marketing site goes live

    The new City Insights marketing site is now live!After the new system went live earlier this year, City Insights needed an exciting new marketing site to tell all their potential clients about what their fantastic platform can offer.The new site features a CMS to allow City Insights to add news… Read more

  • Corrupt looking fonts in PDF's when viewing in Mozilla Firefox

    After Firefox version 19 was released Mozilla decided to implement a somewhat experimental PDF viewer in the browser which means users don't have to install a plugin in order to view or download PDFs. Unfortunately experimental seems to be the key word because we have come across issues with fonts… Read more

  • Updated branding on Lords Tavener’s website

    We have recently gone live with some changes to the Lords Taveners website. We first designed their website back in 2012, and we officially launched it in 2013. Lords Tavener’s have recently updated their brand guidelines. This meant it was time for their website to have a bit of a… Read more