Our small, but perfectly formed team has had a busy summer, helping lots of new and existing clients navigate their way through digital challenges.
We were delighted to be approached to design a new website, and produce a high-impact web video to grab attention for this innovative restaurant in Manchester. The food is ordered at the table by tablet computer and arrives freshly cooked minutes later. Genius!
The new website, lovingly coded in WordPress is due for launch at the end of September 2018. We’ll post more details here and a link when it’s live.
We are looking forward to getting stuck into a new website for an exciting company that pushes the boundaries of 3D printing. Addition Design requires a modern, responsive, easy to collaborate on WordPress website, complete with an all new blog section.
Details and a link will be posted here when the site is live.
Offering a new approach to supported living in Chester, Aspiring Lives came in to brief us on a brand new website for their growing business. It was built in WordPress and is designed for growth.
From July 2018, websites on standard, ordinary hosting have been flagged up as ‘Not Secure’ when visited using Google’s Chrome browser. So far this month, we’ve helped another twenty businesses, local to us in Chester, by migrating their websites to https hosting. When we do this, we install a certificate, and the result is a ‘Secure’ message and a green padlock icon – just like you’ve seen on your banks website.
The vast majority of our clients were moved to secure hosting well in advance, but we’re happy to help move sites that we haven’t built too.
Why have Google done this? Here’s their explanation.