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Camber Holiday Cottages

Responsive Holiday Cottage Theme

We have been working with Camber Holiday Cottages for many years camberholidaycottages.co.uk Their last website was built using WordPress but before responsive websites were mainstream so an upgrade was on the cards. They loved their original design so just required the site to be redeveloped with a responsive framework. We also made use of the new ... read more

Posted in Web Design, Web Development, Website Redesign on 30th April 2016


Rye Deli

Responsive Delicatessen Website

Here’s a website we put together for the Rye Deli¬†ryedeli.co.uk They wanted a way to show the world what they sold with photos and chalk boards. We setup a host of custom post templates which allowed them to manage their content easily from within the standard WordPress content management system. ... read more

Posted in Web Design, Web Development, Website Redesign on 18th August 2015


The Lodge at Winchelsea

Bespoke Responsive Hotel WordPress Theme

Working again with designer extraordinaire, Tommy Rockett, we were asked to realise the new design for the Lodge at Winchelsea¬†thelodgeatwinchelsea.co.uk The client was keen to have lots of information on a single page without the user having to reload the page so we made use of Foundation’s tabbed content. This works well on mobile devices ... read more

Posted in Web Design, Web Development, Website Redesign on 12th August 2014


www.ryemuseum.co.uk

Facelift for Rye Museum’s Website

We first deployed WordPress for the Rye Castle Museum back in early 2009 (version 2.7.1) … a museum piece in itself! WordPress has served the museum well since then allowing them to categorise and archive the articles on their site and manage most things on a day to day basis. As the years have passed, ... read more

Posted in Web Design, Web Development, Website Redesign on 28th December 2012


Rye Christmas

A Responsive Rye Christmas

The branding for Rye’s Christmas Festival is very M&S this year and we think this complements the quality of the town’s High Street. We offered to reflect this identity with a free website. But, we don’t do things by halves so just because we didn’t charge, didn’t mean we produced a sub-standard product, oh no! ... read more

Posted in Pro Bono / Charity, Web Design, Web Development on 8th December 2012