We’re delighted to announce that the new Launceston Chamber of Commerce website is now ready for use. We designed a new clean layout based on the WordPress system, with a new logo that works better when displayed at low screen resolutions, using the new Chamber colours. The site does of course adapt to display nicely… Continue reading Welcome to Launceston Chamber of Commerce!
For smaller businesses, websites that work are not just about getting people to the website. It’s also about making sure the website can be managed as quickly and easily as possible – because every minute struggling with a difficult interface could be a minute when business is being lost or customers are not getting the… Continue reading New WordPress website for a Looe-based lettings agency
This post is just a quick THANK YOU to all our lovely customers for supporting Clare Associates, and letting us support one of my favorite charities. The Oldies Club is a charity that helps old dogs (aged 7 or older) that have become homeless, both by taking them in and rehoming them, and also by working… Continue reading Thank you to all our customers for helping us support Oldies Club dog rescue
We’re delighted to announce the launch of the new Cornwall : Closer Than You Think website. Created for the South East Cornwall Tourism Association, Cornwall, Closer Than You Think is designed to show the world the fabulous beaches, wild moors, superb fishing, and amazing adventures on offer in South East Cornwall – and, we hope,… Continue reading Closer Cornwall : a website to share the wonders of South East Cornwall
More and more businesses are getting Facebook pages. This is a great trend. Facebook is designed for everyone and their gran to use, and so it’s quick to learn and generally pretty easy to learn. But it’s not the whole web, and shouldn’t be. Facebook funds its vast infrastructure of servers and ever-developing programming by… Continue reading Ways your website is different to Facebook
Marianna G Swimwear is an exciting new designer swimwear brand. We had previously built a website for them using the WordPress content management system and the Woocommerce online shop system, and they were keen to bring a new look to it for 2015. We worked with the lovely Terry Bailey of Bailey4Design and Marianna G… Continue reading Website Relaunch for designer swimwear brand
Most smaller businesses don’t think much about where their website lives on the internet. Often that’s left for the website designer to sort out. Sometimes people buy hosting because someone saw an ad with a big cheap price tag prominently displayed, and thought “that’s cheap, it will do”. In general I find people spend way… Continue reading When website hosting goes bad
Cadson Manor offers five star gold B&B and four star self Catering accommodation, and is run and owned by Brenda Crago from her family home in South East Cornwall. The original website for Cadson Manor had been created over a decade ago, and although it had been updated periodically, it was looking very tired and… Continue reading A new website for Cadson Manor
A common problem for many ‘bricks and mortar’ businesses is that although they are great at what they do, what they do doesn’t translate very smoothly to the online world. One example – literally dealing with bricks and mortar in this case – is our new client Simon Earp Building Contractors. They are a family… Continue reading Google My Business and directories for Simon Earp Building Contractors
We talk to a lot of small local businesses, and something we usually recommend is that small businesses should claim their ‘Google Places for Business’ record. This is the record that should show up when you google your own company name, with a link to your location and the opportunity to enter other details –… Continue reading Google rolls out ‘My Business’ – what a relief!