The internet is currently our most important global system. The majority of consumers today look for a business on the internet; whether it be to get more information or to make a purchase, so it’s essential for businesses to have an online presence and equally important to make proper use of internet marketing to facilitate online shopping. It’s extremely important to plan the web design of an eCommerce website because it needs to satisfy multiple criteria to ensure that potential customers are attracted and engaged, finding routes of navigation clear and user friendly. Continue reading
We are thrilled to finally go-live with our biggest eCommerce project of the year for our fabulous clients at Heinnie Haynes! Continue reading
We need a Web Designer, is that you?!
Big Eye Deer’s has an exciting opening for an experienced web designer to join our expanding agency. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a highly skilled creative team, within an organisation that prides itself on working with some amazing clients. Continue reading
Terms like “responsive design” and “mobile optimized sites” are frequently misinterpreted or confused. We get it all the time at client meetings. It doesn’t mean simply making your site work on a mobile, as the majority of sites out there ‘can’ technically work on a mobile, it’s just that the UX with that site won’t be very good and you’ll probably end up loosing a lot of potential customers. Continue reading
We know the importance of creating websites that work. Not just on one platform or on one browser, but for every type of device, for every screen size and resolution, so that users get the best possible experience wherever they may be. Continue reading
Local airline LinksAir came to us back last year with a website that was no longer meeting the standards that consumers expect from service providers. The site was outdated and kept to a rigid format throughout, making it difficult for its users to not only connect with the brand but aspire to use the airline for getaway breaks and holidays etc
The site was built statically and the client had no control of the content or the way it looked. Every page utilised the same format and even the header images remained the same across the entire site.
LinksAir came to us desperate to turn the look and feel of their website around and make a big improvement in their online sales. Continue reading
We’ve been involved with Project One Wales’ website since they came to us years ago wanting a brand new site to showcase their work. We’re thrilled to have been able to keep providing them with our best practice to ensure their website is never out-shined!
Here at BED HQ, we work blimmin’ hard deliver platinum standard work through a mastery of technology, fantabulous design, creative (and often wacky) thinking, with a bend-over-backwards attitude to customer satisfaction.
We establish our clients as leaders in their given industry (from plastic wholesalers to solicitors and music labels, you name it, we’ve done it!), whether that be through conceiving unique brand identities, designing bespoke marketing collateral, or developing an online presence in its entirety; we give all our clients (no matter how big or small they are) the ability to take on, and take over their competitors, with gusto!
“Happy New Year Folks!
Here’s wishing you all a prosperous 2014! xxx” – Michaela
As you get back into the swing of business, easing yourself in one email at a time, it’s probably the best time of the year to start a fresh. Have a clear out, archive those old mails, try something new or improve what you currently have. Of course, I’m talking web design! Online representation can make or break a business. You’re only as good as your website, and let’s put it this way, if peoples experiences with your site were real life, you’d re-think the way it works, or at least should work.
Here’s just a few tid-bits to get your head round if you’re looking to ‘dip a toe’ into the wonderful world of online biz in 2014.
We took this exciting website re-development project on back in June, and it all started with a sunny trip to IOS HQ in Lands End for a project briefing. Continue reading