Arthur Caygill Cycles approached me to completely redesign their site, and I decided to go with a very modern, clean look. The site was built using Expression Engine and the Foundation CSS framework, and also incorporates an online store.
Darlington Community Wind Band needed a site to publicise their local band and to provide information to potential new members.
Finkle Gate Tea Room needed a website to advertise their business and provide potential visitors with a variety of information, including a menu, opening times and some historical details about the tea room.
Yorkshire Quality Foods Ltd. are a food wholesaler based in Richmond, North Yorkshire. They specialise in local produce and wanted a website to reflect their commitment to quality.
Corners Commercials needed a simple, informative online presence to advertise their new business in Northallerton, North Yorkshire. A one page solution was settled on to display pertinent information in a clear and unfussy manner.
Northallerton Chiropractic Clinic needed a site to raise awareness of their newly opened practice in Northallerton, North Yorkshire. The site provides information about the clinic and the work of chiropractors.
St John Fisher’s Catholic High School of Harrogate needed a website to provide information to parents, pupils and staff about their gifted and talented scheme. The site is fully content managed, displaying recent news and provides a repository for downloadable documents.
The ice cream parlour in Reeth, North Yorkshire wanted a website so it could be used as a marketing tool and to inform visitors to Reeth about their business.
Slack Top needed a fully content managed system to replace their previous static website. Visitors are kept up to date with events at the nursery by a constantly updated news section, RSS feed, gallery and email newsletter.
David Barker needed a means of notifying visitors about upcoming races, news and sales. The site is fully content managed.