COMMUNICATION THROUGH DESIGN

Wordpress


Eve Copper’s coming out

Posted on March 28th, by Manager in News, Projects, The Pig Farmer, Wordpress. No Comments

Eve is a fantastically talented fashion designer and dressmaker who lives just down the road, well … canal – from my office. I have seen her photography and shots of people modelling her clothes and so I was aware of the quality I’d be working with, so when she asked for a website it was a no-brainer.



Partridge Farm Tiverton

Posted on January 31st, by Manager in News, Projects, The Pig Farmer, Wordpress. No Comments

Hannah was a great client as she was open minded and always happy to listen, but she also knew what she wanted and what she thought was best for her business. I can always give advice and recommendations based on what I have experienced, but nobody knows my client’s business better than they do.



JMC Recycling Ltd

Posted on September 12th, by Manager in News, Projects, The Pig Farmer, Wordpress. No Comments

I was recommended to Sally at JMC Recycling by a work partner and a friend, so that is always a nice way to start a project. JMC had a website but it was falling off the Google rankings and starting to look a bit dated and tired. The website was already on Wordpress – which was handy for exports and back-ups etc … but it was using a bespoke and very messy theme, which did complicate issues.



Bespoke Installations

Posted on June 12th, by Manager in News, Projects, The Pig Farmer, Wordpress. No Comments

The very 1st site I created back in 2004 was for Michael Blake, and we have this month replaced it with a brand new, responsive wordpress build and new branding to boot.



Jebel Ali Dragons renew website

Posted on May 2nd, by Manager in Projects, RuckinRugby, Wordpress. No Comments

The Dragons are a fabulous rugby club that get it just right. They are a wonderful social club … but no so social that they’re unfit to play! And they are a professional club, but without the pre tense



Lock and Leave renew website

Posted on May 1st, by Manager in Projects, The Pig Farmer, Wordpress. No Comments

Andrew Doulton and his company ‘Lock and Leave Self Storage’ have been customers of The Pig Farmer for several years. Andrew was previously engaged with us at his previous employer too, a real fan.



Fancy’s Cottage goes live

Posted on April 3rd, by Manager in News, Projects, The Pig Farmer, Wordpress. No Comments

After a number of delays, we have finally gone live with a new website for Fancy’s cottage in Dartmouth. I visited Vicky Maxwell, the owner a week or so ago in order to run through the CMS and Booking system, both of which are extremely easy to use.



Triplekite go live

Posted on July 11th, by Manager in News, Projects, The Pig Farmer, Wordpress. No Comments

The Pig Farmer was approached by Michelle Lovegrove to design a website for her client David Breen and his new venture – Triplekite.



ITDA Diving

Posted on September 11th, by Manager in News, Projects, The Pig Farmer, Wordpress. No Comments

Carol Price is a very old friend of mine and when I found out she wanted a website for her and her boyfriend’s (Simon Townsend) diving school in Spain, I was really chuffed to be involved.



Freeman Project Goes Live

Posted on June 1st, by Manager in Diary, News, Projects, The Pig Farmer, Wordpress. No Comments

This project first started in 2007 and went live in 2008, now – five years later we are talking it up a notch and building a brand new wordpress website.






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