We were approached by Bridgewater Development who required a website which would highlight their full design to completion construction services, as well as showcasing some of their previous projects, and providing them with a professional web presence. The site is fully responsive and mobile friendly, as well as being content managed for easy updating.
Particular focus was placed on presenting project work and services in a visually attractive way, and also in a way that would be easy to append, and add to in the future.
A new startup based close to the Make Us Visible offices, visited us to discuss the prospect of developing a new website for their dog walking startup. The business owner had a strong passion for animals and a wealth of experience.
Using mostly stock images, with a sharp bespoke design, we were able to develop a site which looks fun, explains the service, and provides a simple method for potential customers to get in touch. Our team developed some custom animation to draw the users interest, and also worked on some custom icon artwork.
A famous landmark and longstanding tourist destination, the Laurel & Hardy Museum, approached us to re-design and develop their new website.
Our focus was on keeping the site visually clean, whilst maintaining an element of fun and information. As most traffic to the site comes from mobile, a particular emphasis was placed on having a layout which was easy to navigate on a mobile or tablet.
A fun museum and a fun project to work on.