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Yet another rework for this creative customer to promote her feltmaking:
- Full CMS.
- Completely responsive design - try resizing the gallery page!
- Fully featured shop.
- Continuing training and support.
A site promoting a Healing Centre in Glastonbury - featuring animation effects for the home page, dynamic content for location and many content managed pages for maximum customer flexibility.
A stylish site for luxury Bed, Breakfast and Dining in a Queen Anne house in Somerset.
Photography was included in this commission and the full set of photographs used on the site is included at high resolution to give full justice to this stunning property.
An interactive Google Map highlights attractions in the area.
Using our Pick & Mix pricing, Cathy was able to control costs and yet create this relaxing and informative site is a replacement for a single page site. Now Cathy has:
- multiple pages with pop-up images
- PDF brochure & documentation
- a frame page to display the booking diary maintained by another server
- basic SEO on all pages
A beautifully elegant two-page brochureware site for this local business creating painted furniture like you've never seen before. The site was created in a short period to meet some looming deadlines
Step one: get your domain name!
Registration of the domain name and a simple holding page is all that was necessary to reserve this perfect name.
The holding page will be up for a while so it is properly written, allowing search engines to index it and maybe push enquiries Mary Anne's way.
Evolution Computing was able to complete this site that had been in the hands of another developer for three years! Ron was keen to publish quickly because of the increase in interest in "Atom Heart Mother", which he wrote with Pink Floyd.
This CMS site eschews graphics in favour of text to make all the site indexable by search engines: clever styling maintains the desired quirky feel of the home page
Quality Milk Management Services needed a clean design to reflect their laboratory but also to help busy farmers find the right information quickly. This fully Content Managed System (CMS) supports dynamic links to users' personal storage area for analysis results, etc.
- Clean design
- Fast pages
- Content Managed
- Custom code for personal FTP areas
- Publications Manager
- Interactive Map
A pop-up site to allow a lively, ever-changing debate on a hot political topic. This site went from request and domain acquisition to a live site in 4 hours. It's CMS, responsive, etc.
Now whether the servers will need extra bandwidth to cope with the traffic is another matter...
When you buy a domain name through Evolution Computing you get a holding page as part of the package.
A simple cost-effective single-page website to promote a DVD for T'ai Chi tuition. The DVD was filmed and produced by Evolution Computing.
A complete rework of this CMS site for the International Feltmakers Association.
- A complete solution
- Content Management Syetem (CMS)
- Online membership management
- Custom database functions
This fully functional site lasted 10 years but is now due for a complete rewrite by another company. Good luck, guys!
Sometimes simple is best. This content managed site for the local pub is all that's needed to promote a lively and friendly couple running The Westbury Inn. Ron's managing all the content himself.
- Full CMS.
- Completely responsive design
- Ongoing support (of course).
A simple single page site to supply basic information for this local, secluded campsite. As with some of the other sites, the site was created while working against some tight deadlines.
Ginel Consultants urgently needed a simple three-page site to give a presence on the internet. This clean site matches their company literature and was specified, constructed and made live within four hours at minimal cost.
A CV for Phil Burnham, a professionally qualified Project Manager and Internal Auditor:
- Content Managed, using Joomla!
- Responsive, just like all our new sites.
This reworking of an existing site included work to retrieve the domain name and original site code for FaRiG (Friends of Academic Research in Georgia).
- Dynamic Gallery
- Multi-language content
- Full hosting and website support package
What a joy to work a customer so eager to learn and embrace all that a mature CMS such as Joomla! site can offer - and the learning has been on both sides. Thanks Andy.
The result: a site that will certainly evolve to meet the customer's needs over the coming years and be one to watch!
A stylish site for this chic boutique B&B in Woolavington that has just been upgraded from static to dynamic. Although the site retains its original design, there will be many more changes as the updates on this site continue to come from its committed owner.
Wow! An interactive graphical site for an exceptional, multi-talented artist. Fay is involved in many enterprises and this site captures her sense of adventure. More animations were introduced as the site developed but the site has now been completely redesigned.
A quick aside for the technical folk:
- Styling exclusively with CSS
- Separate styling for iPad & iPhone browsers
A reworking of Lucy's site so that she has the latest in content management.
Still a great looking site!
A local company wanted a site to help sell and then rent eco-lodges on its new holiday park. So...
- Static Site
- Image Gallery
- Long-term commitment to updates (watch this space!)
UPDATE - a new design is coming soon!
As an extension to Ron Geesin's online presence we've made a shop. Powered by PayPal, it's separate from Ron's existing website with a completely different look and feel. This is in line with Ron's desire to always be fresh and challenge the perspectives we all presume.
- Content managed
- PayPal shopping basket
- Ready for virtual products
This dynamic and interactive site allows vets and farmers to analyse the performance of their herds by uploading data from QMMS's TotalVet software.
A herd's performance can then be compared against past performance or against current, anonymised data from other selected herds.
An important tool for the modern farmer and vet.
DairyCo (a division of the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board) commissioned this site though QMMS to help control mastitis in the UK.
The site allows all UK farmers to register, evaluate the cost of mastitis in their herds and optionally contribute to national statistics gathered by the website. This website is an important resource for British dairy farming - dynamic, interactive and content managed.
A complete CMS package for this international clearing house handling the ever increasing increasing number of relationships between bookshops and publishers
- Custom code ranging from a countdown timer to the less serious.
- Development on our servers then...
- Hosting on customer's own virtual servers.
This simple brochureware site for a local preschool enterprise benefits from
- a user message area to advise parents of latest news
- a gallery,
- village discount
Simple but effective.
A brand new site for kathy & claire with a fresh look to sell their range of luxury lingerie.
The lingerie market is fiercely competitive and it is with regret that we announce that kathy & claire has ceased trading.
A content managed site for this local charity that promotes appreciation of choral works.
A new look for an exceptional, multi-talented artist. Fay is involved in many enterprises and this site captures her sense of adventure.
The site will evolve into a complex presence representing the many aspects of Fay's creativity and energy.
Joeby has a good eye for design (I should hope so, doing what he does) but couldn't find the web designer to implement his ideas until he found Evolution Computing.
At last we have found some one who knows how to do his job.
I am so pleased with what you have done, it all works so well, thank you so much, you have dissolved all the past stress and disappointment we had with the other web designers. Many Thanks
One happy customer.
Kevin is a successful author whose work is now being read internationally. Having achieved success without any online presence, pressure began to build from publishers overseas who wanted to offer a background on Kevin to their buyers.
A clean and simple three page site was the answer.
Step two: commit to a site!
Not the complete site yet but you've got to start somewhere. Never ask "Shall we make the site live?" or you'll be waiting forever while another tweak is added; instead ask...
Is there any real reason why the site shouldn't go live?
A site for the village of Westbury-sub-Mendip; co-ordinating nearly twenty village organisations, clubs and societies through a common calendar. The site allows each organisation to contribute content through an author - editor - publisher hierarchy. A one-stop-shop for all the village needs.
- CMS for fast changing content
- Multipe contributors
- Calendar to coordinate activities
- Custom code for resizing of submitted images for image gallery
woolcake.co.uk (ceased trading)
A clean site for a local, environmentally friendly company producing hand-knitted clothes.
The site presents a rustic feel for woolcake and includes an online shop using PayPal's shopping cart for a simple no nonsense approach to running the shop.
A holding site for one of the good guys.
A content managed site for Breslich & Foss illustrating their range of books. Multiple books are shown on a simple page that uses a sliding gallery.
Some sites take a little longer to come to fruition but no worry. We stuck at it and after four years the boys at BCC have a content managed site over which they have full control.
Westbrook House wanted to promote their country house Bed & Breakfast and gardens.
To keep image space to a minimum, images are selcted randomly for display. Additionally, images fade from grey to full colour to give an uplifting feel to each and every page.
It would be wrong to say there's nothing exceptional about this site, but it was just like websites should be...
- prototype (awful when I look back)
- work with the customer (great bunch)
- produce a CMS site with everything they wanted.
- everyone happy.
An enjoyable project. Thank you, Jason and all at the British Georgian Society.