Below are just some of our most recent websites and a little bit about each of them.
BuildWright wanted a simple website to showcase the services they offer to potential clients around the Sheffield and Chesterfield areas. The site is easy for them to update and add services to and we manage all their hosting and web services too.
SC Accountants for Contractors is the contractors accounting division of Smith Craven Chartered Accountants. Smith Craven wanted a website dedicated to these clients, showcasing the many services they provide. They also wanted contractors to be able to calculate their take home pay and check their IR35 status on their website. The whole site is administered using the Seven Creative CMS, allowing them to make changes and add content to the site as often as is needed.
Beauty school on Sheffield's Ecclesall Road, The White Academy, wanted a website that they could update themselves with course details and information.
The Fountain Health group has a number of practices across the region specialising in implant, cosmetic dentistry and dental sedation. Seven Creative is currently working to bring all their practice websites under one brand banner. The Doncaster site is the first to be launched and uses our content management system to allow the Fountain Dental staff to edit the site as often as they wish.
NiTEC UK are one of the world's leading suppliers of electroless nickel plating and surface technology. Not only have Seven Creative built them a new website with fantastic SEO, but we also manage many other aspects of their online and offline marketing.
Sheffield Cathedral needed a new website that they could update themselves, that covered all aspects of the Cathedral, from worship to visiting, education to conferencing, but without having a sprawling website that was difficult to navigate. Seven Creative created a website that has over 500 pages, but still looks quite small and each department updates their own section of the site. Seven Creative also provided a virtual tour of the Cathedral, a Cathedral blog, an online shop with online ticket sales for events and more.
Established business The Campervan Cookie Co wanted to use their website to start selling their products online, to save time with ordering, which was all being done by email or over the phone. Seven Creative built an ecommerce website that allows the business owners to add their products with multiple options that people can then purchase through the store. They can even personalise them using the site.
Millhouses Accountancy is a local accountancy practice who required a small, cost-effective web but professional web presence. They went for one of our pre-designed website packages and we branded the site and built the pages for them.
AFS Financial Advisers wanted a website they could update themselves that would portray them as a local, approachable financial adviser, with little jargon and without looking like the rest of the pack.
Knowledge Seekers private tutoring company in London commissioned Seven Creative to build them a new website that they could update themselves.
Northshot wanted a contemporary-looking website that reflected their company ethos and allowed them to showcase their latest photography and videography work. Seven Creative designed this site in close liaison with Northshot. They can now edit the site themselves, adding images and video and new galleries as and when they want.
Fairnet needed a website that would be simple for customers to use and show clearly what they do and how they add value. They also wanted a custom built management console and database to provide mini sites for their individual brokers. All this is integrated into an easy to use content management system.
Rodeo Bulls 4 Hire, based in North Yorkshire, asked Seven Creative to design a website that spelled fun. Our illustrator drew a brand new logo and the search engine optimised website got a wild west theme. With full content management system, the owners can add more products whenever they like.
Moscar Kennels wanted a new website that was bright and fun, where they could showcase all their services, from dog boarding and grooming to small animal day care to canine hydrotherapy. They can update all areas of the site themselves using our content management system.
The owners of The Old Forge holiday cottage in the heart of Exmoor National Park wanted a website that reflected the remote, rural location and the beautiful little village in which the cottage sits. They wanted an easy way of updating the site as well as an online booking calendar and a simple way to take deposits via PayPal. And, of course, it needed SEO so that it could be found easily by holidaymakers.
JW Thompson is a long-established, family-run scrap dealer in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. They wanted a brochure website that would index well in search engines and that would display all the relevant information to potential customers. Seven Creative developed a site that conveyed the key USPs of the company and did SEO work for Chesterfield and the surrounding area.
HCDL wanted a logo and website for their social enterprise third sector consultancy. They needed to be able to update the content themselves and add further services, updates and news stories as they happened.
Mr Rubble needed their website updating and it needed to appeal to their core target market and provide an easy, no fuss way to book a skip and book a skip collection. Seven Creative produced a clear and simple website that shows exactly what type of skips are available and how much they are. Customers can then book the skip online using a booking wizard and can even use the site to request collection when they have finished. The site also needed to appear high on the search engines for Sheffield, so Seven Creative provided SEO services to do just that.
National merchandising company, Stoyden, needed a website that clearly told potential customers what services they provide and which conveyed their level of expertise. They also required a bespoke customer data management and reporting system; a first in the industry.
PCT Healthcare is a large Pharmacy Group of Peak Pharmacy and Tims and Park, located in the Midlands and North of England. They wanted a brochure website that could be utilised across all their stores and updated by head office on a regular basis.
Local female painter and decorator, Mary Ellis, was sick of the 1&1 website she had. It didn't work properly for her and she found it really difficult to update and make it look just how she wanted it to. Mary chose one of our pre-designed templates and we made that look just how she wanted, with her logo and hand drawn chameleon. Now she can edit her site easily using our CMS and she loves the way it looks.
This Sheffield takeaway wanted their menus to be available online for people to view and they wanted to be able to update the site, menus and prices themselves. We created them a bespoke website with high impact visuals the is clear and easy to use and update.
Chesterfield-based market research company, Resourceful Research, needed a website that would act as a company brochure and showcase their services and achievements using case studies and testimonials. These can be added to and adjusted by them quickly and easily using our CMS.
Yorkshire sales consultancy firm, Sagar McClintock wanted a brochure website that would showcase their services and encourage people to make contact with them. They wanted to use Wordpress, as they had prvious experience of it, but didn't want the standard Wordpress layout. We provided a simple, effective design that allows them to update the site as they like.
Landscape gardening and maintenance company in Aylesbury, GBW Landscaping, needed a website that would illustrate the type of work they do and would index well on search engines. They can update the website themselves and add as many pages as they like, as they add more services to their business.
Dunston Lodge boarding kennels on the outskirts of Chesterfield in Derbyshire wanted a website that would showcase their facilities really well as well as the services they provide. They can update all areas of the site, adding text and images as often as they like.
I Buy BBQ is an ecommerce website that sells barbecues and barbecue accessories, but which also raises money for charities, sporting associations and other good causes. Charities can sign up to be added to the database and then customers can then decide who they would like to donate to when they go through the checkout.
Bagginess is an ecommerce website selling handbags, jewellery and accessories. They owner can control stock and customer and order records using the admin panel and can add their own categories and products as required.
Aylesbury Movers provides removals services, man and van hire, packaging and storage in the Aylesbury Vale area. They needed a website that would showcase their services to the local area and which they can update themselves as more services become available.
Sheffield-based craft cafe, Fired Arts, wanted a website that they could update themselves with products, news and events. We also provided an image gallery that they can add to and downloadable invitations that parents can use for parties.
MicroTill is a specialist supplier and installer of Casio cash registers and accessories for retail and hospitality businesses. They wanted a website that would allow them to sell online to their customer base, but which also provided information about the company and their activities as well as case studies and photographs. They can manage orders and customers using their admin panel and also have email marketing capability to bring visitors back to the site. We have also integrated an online chat facility to help convert more site visitors into customers.
Conrad Blandford Hairdressing wanted a site that would reflect their style and would be easy for them to update themselves. We provided a bespoke designed website in our CMS and then trained them on how to use the system and gave them a bespoke user guide to refer to.
This Parish Church wanted a website where it could advertise events and services and which could be updated by them on a weekly basis. It needed to be easy to use and welcoming for parishioners and other site users.
Pip Pip wanted a bespoke designed website that would be fun and reflect who they were. They wanted to be able to showcase their bespoke designed wedding stationery and also be able to sell some standard ranges in a simple way. They can update the site themselves and add products and images as often as they like using our Content Management System.