Posts Tagged: responsive design

New WordPress website for Taunton based dental practice

Earlier in the year were approached to develop a new WordPress website for a Taunton based dental practice – Parkfield Dental. Their online presence before this was non existent. Parkfield Dental also have two smaller practices in Berrow and Bridgwater. The website features all the practices, their services and staff. Mobile friendly WordPress website design… Read more »

Symply Padstow WordPress Website Re-Design

New WordPress Website for Padstow B&B

Yet another website re-design for an existing client – Symply Padstow. We designed and developed their previous WordPress Website. It was designed and developed before mobile devices dominated the traffic stats. The new WordPress website is now up to speed in terms of responsiveness and can display all of its content in an easy-to-read manner…. Read more »

QSM single page scrolling website refresh

Website refresh for QSM to reflect growth and new clients

Soft drink marketing specialists Quantock Sales and Marketing are growing in size and in clients. Here’s a little website refresh that builds on our existing work for QSM to show what’s been happening at the Bridgwater based drinks marketing company. New client brand Old Jamaica are now in the hero spot at the top of… Read more »

WordPress Website design for Oohlalalampshades

New WordPress website and logo for local Wells business Oohlalalampshades

Here’s our latest WordPress website design and build for a small local business based in Wells, Somerset. Oohlalalampshades create bespoke lampshades custom made to their customers specification. They also sell pre-made lampshades from the website and also sell from a number of retailers within Somerset (Yeovil and Wells) and Gloucestershire (Thornbury). The brief was to… Read more »

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Our New Taunton Office!

Love Creative UK are pleased to announce that we will now be bringing our expertise and creativity in website and graphic design to the Taunton area. We will be continuing to work in the Bristol area but this opportunity to expand our business was not an opportunity we wanted to miss. Our small, close knit… Read more »

Padstow Christmas Festival

New Mobile Friendly Website for Padstow Christmas Festival

Here’s our most recent mobile friendly website for the Padstow Christmas Festival. The Padstow Christmas Festival is an annual event held in Padstow. Amongst other festive things the festival boasts a huge line up of top chefs, mainly from the local area, but also from all over the world. Last years website was not a… Read more »

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New mobile friendly Website for Phil Clark Kitchens

Before Phil Clark came to us about a website, his online presence was zilch! He needed to start taking advantage of the world wide web and so we designed and built him his first ever mobile friendly website! This simple yet elegant site truly showcases Phil Clark’s stunning craftsmanship and excellent work. Phil’s new website… Read more »

New Responsive Website for Kew Royal Botanical Gardens

We were approached by Blue-Bag to help them with a new responsive website for Kew Royal Botanical Gardens to support the Reforestation of the Atlantic Forest. Drupal specialists Blue-Bag were tasked with converting an existing database into a multilingual CMS based web site. We at Love Creative UK were tasked with the front-end design and… Read more »

Responsive Emails; The Key to a Successful Email

Sympathetic Design At Love Creative UK we design responsive emails that display the same on a desktop as they do on a mobile device. The design is sympathetic to mobile so the email can be clearly read and requires no pinch and zoom. In our experience we find those emails that require pinch and zoom… Read more »

New Responsive Mobility Website for Careplus Mobility

Careplus Mobility are a family run business who have been specialising in mobility products and services for the last 14 years. They have stores in Paulton (near Bath), Bristol and Swindon. The vast majority of their business comes from traditional media activity such as newspaper adverts, leaflet drops and inserts. Many of their customers are… Read more »