Posts tagged “Affordable”

We recently worked with Coventry-based business Bursting Bins to create a website for their new venture. 
 
Owner Joel got the idea for Bursting Bins when he became fed up with his overflowing bin after his local council stopped weekly collections. Now, he provides regular bin collections for those in the same predicament, ensuring that nobody has to put up with rubbish piling up outside their house. 
Hypnosenses is the business of Birmingham based hypnotherapist Laura Smith, who offers a wide range of hypnosis-based treatments including weight management programs, smoke-free sessions, karma therapy, and treatments for stress and anxiety. 
 
Understanding the importance of having an online presence, Laura had attempted to set her own website up using a DIY site builder. Unfortunately, as is often the case with do-it-yourself templated websites, it was a difficult, time-consuming process that failed to produce the professional results Laura needed to promote her business. 
Karibu Coffee House is a newly established café in the Digbeth area of Birmingham. Independently run, the coffee shop specialises in premium coffees and chai teas, offering customers an authentic African drinking and dining experience with speciality ingredients sourced from Tanzania. 
 
As a new business, the café was keen to make an impact with a professional website where customers could learn more about the coffee house and the drinks that they offer. They approached us about creating a stylish new website for Karibu Coffee House, and of course we were only too happy to help. 
We recently created a brand new website for JW Rudge & Co Ltd, experienced electro-platers and metal finishers based in Smethwick. 
 
A family-run business that has been operating since 1958, JW Rudge specialise in a number of metal plating services, and work with a wide range of industries. To promote these services, the company had set up a website, but unfortunately this was outdated and ineffective, largely because they were not able to edit and update it themselves. 
This is another simple and professional five page website. 
 
The team kept with the brand colours using colours from the logo and leaflets given to us within the brief. 
 
Colours used are mustard yellow, pale yellow, purple, light grey and white. The main 'call to action' colours used are a contrast between yellow and grey and vice versa dependant on background. These colours are also included as a full with content section within the extras tab. 
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