A host of new websites
Oh my, we have been busy. Our web developers have just finished work on not one, not two, but three lovely new websites!
As always, all three sites are fully responsive, so it doesn’t matter what device you’re looking at them on, they’ll work smoother and look great.
It’s time to blow our trumpet and introduce you to the sites:
‘Value and Variety’ is the motto of this North London chain of tile shops. Home Tiles sells a huge range of wall and floor tiles at very competitive prices. The website is not an ecommerce one, but because many Home Tiles’ lines are exclusive, they need to showcase the range in order to encourage people to visit one of the stores. So we added the functionality for customers to get a closer look at a tile from every range online before deciding whether or not to visit a store to see it ‘in the flesh’, so to speak.
To help customers work out exactly how many tiles they’d need, we also included a handy calculator based on the area to be tiled.
Home Tiles is extremely proud of its high customer service levels, and aims to increase its growing reputation for being helpful and friendly. As part of this, it is also using the new blog to provide kitchen, bathroom and general home design tips, thanks to a new affiliate partnership with an interior designer.
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Your Apartment provides luxury serviced apartments in a variety of locations in North London. We were briefed to refresh the look of the old website to bring it up-to-date, and also make the user experience more fluid. Beside design, the main difference in the new website is that we were able to group apartments together by area so someone with a specific location in mind can easily find what they’re looking for.
Lia Parkinson is a milliner based in Hertfordshire who makes bespoke couture hats. She wanted a simple, clean website that would let the elegance of her products speak for themselves. She also wanted us to design a new logo for her – we created it with the reassuring feel of good old-fashioned, handmade quality, but with a modern twist which combines Lia’s initials together to make an item of millinery… hats off to that!