Posts By: Rod Love

Dickies workwear on a desktop

New e-commerce website for Dickies Workwear

Undoubtably, the biggest website we worked on last year was the e-commerce site for Dickies Workwear. A multi-language e-commerce site which covers 10 different countries and has well over 300 different products on it, and that’s not counting all the different size and colour variations! Such a massive undertaking required some additional help and we… Read more »


New Specialised Recruitment Website –

Helen McMahon requested that her new specialised recruitment website – be a clean uncluttered design with clear customer benefits, great imagery and with an editable page she can update with her latest job vacancies. We decided that due to the nature of the content and budget to opt for a static CakePHP build with… Read more »


New Pet Care Website Design for Bella Paws Pet Care

Bella Paws Pet Care approached us with a very dated website in much need of a redesign. Once again budget constraints applied to the project so we kept the page templates to a minimum, which also helped to keep a strong consistent theme throughout the site. The Bella Paws new pet care website design is… Read more »


New homepage design for Step Success

The Step Success website is fast approaching it’s 1st birthday The business itself has moved very quickly and is fast becoming one of the UK’s leading suppliers in corporate wellness, attracting some of the UK’s largest blue chip clients such as Network Rail, Lotus F1, numerous local authorities, universities and schools. Needless to say a… Read more »


New Website: A responsive single page website – Meal 4 You

Short, sharp and informative is the key for a responsive single page website. The former chef behind new start up business Meal 4 You, Rob Crew spotted a gap in the market within the Mendips and surrounding areas for a service to deliver hot, nutritious meals – delivered on china plates sealed in a ‘delivery… Read more »


Mail Mammoth Email Campaigns Beta

Yesterday we launched the beta for a new website called ‘Mail Mammoth‘. At present it’s only a single page website that highlights our experience and skill in designing and constructing responsive, robust, heavyweight email campaigns for some ‘mammoth’ UK brands. As you can probably tell by that terrible pun and by looking at the site,… Read more »


Why websites need to be responsive

Something quite drastic happened to the computing world last year, yet it doesn’t seem to have been talked about as much as we feel it should of been – for the first time more smartphones (such as the iPhone) were shipped than traditional desktop computers! In other words that means that the little smartphone has… Read more »


Tims Motor Homes – Our first responsive website design

A fully scalable responsive website design Websites don’t just sit on your desktop computer anymore, with more and more people owning smartphones capable of full internet access; websites are viewed more and more whilst on the move – from a person doing the morning commute sitting on a bus using a device with a very… Read more »