We understand and are passionate about the web. A lot of love goes into our websites.

Our Work

Margao Restaurant New Website

Margao Indian Restaurant

new website

Knutsford's newest Indian restaurant specialises in Thali Apna (small dishes, like tapas). Their food is delicious and the staff are really friendly but we found their website broken...

We helped the team take back control of their existing domain name, set up an associated email mailbox and then designed a new website for them. They were up and running in no time and are really happy with the end result and subsequent support we've provided.

We followed this up through the COVID pandemic by redesigning their website to have an online ordering system using the Stripe card payment system. This kept their business alive (and our favourite local Indian restaurant - so win, win!).

Knutsford Day Nursery Redesign

Knutsford Day Nursery

redesign with content management system

Knutsford Day Nursery asked us to provide a blog/news section to their website which they could maintain themselves. After some discussion, it was decided the best way forward would be to redevelop the whole website with a content management system (CMS) to enable the nursery to update ALL the website content, including the new blog.

We decided to implement Wordpress and built a great looking website on top of this platform carrying over a number of elements from the previous website. This provided continuity and ensured visitors had some familiarity with it.

The nursery were really pleased with their new site.

Atoll Website


new website

Ian Banks, who runs an architecture firm in Knutsford contacted us to see if we could help him with his existing website which was not suitable for their needs. We provided advice before beginning to set up their new website framework.

Ian was happy to migrate the content from his old website himself, so we provided him the tools and some recommendations along the way. The end result is a very clean and professional website containing an archive of their portfolio.

The Egerton Schools' Foundation Website

The Egerton Schools' Foundation

charity website

The Egerton Schools' Foundation were looking for some help getting online to promote and fundraise for the partnership between Egerton Primary School in Knutsford, UK and Egerton School in Njoro, Kenya.

We were happy to help develop the website, based on wordpress to enable simple editing and blogging. We also set up an account on Virgin Moneygiving for the foundation to enable a secure method of receiving donations.

Mulberry Tree and Garden Care Website

Mulberry Tree & Garden Care

design new responsive website

Dominic from Mulberry Tree and Garden Care asked us to design and create a website for his gardening and tree surgery service.

Dominic was very keen for this new web presence to be designed for any screen so we developed Dominic's website using the mobile first methodology to ensure that it worked great on a mobile and then scaled the design up to tablets and then larger screens.

It only seemed right to have a tree as the centre of the design and so the menu, on larger screens the leaves enables navigation throughout the site. On smaller screens, a more conventional/compact menu is used in order to make best use of the screen real estate.

Artlegarth Country Lodges Website

Artlegarth Country Lodges

design new website & logo

Artlegarth lodges' new owners wanted to replace their aging, poorly designed website with something modern and more appropriate to market their gorgeous lodges.

The business also needed new branding, so we went to work and designed a new logo simply using beautiful typography and a subtle, luxorious looking colour scheme to work with.

The end result is clean, professional site that really shows off the excellent holiday accomodation they provide.

Uberstyle.me Website


recreate logo & website

Jules called us when she needed help with her website and email for uberstyle.me, her personal shopper and image consultancy business.

Her website and email were inaccessible so our first job was to reclaim the domain name and then set up a new email system.

Once done, we then re-created her logo from her business card, the end result was a very pleasing, high quality image.

The final job was to re-create the uberstyle.me website based on Jules' clear requirements and help getting her social network profiles set up.

Clean Sweep Website

clean sweep

design & build new website

Clean Sweep are a family run, independant business providing reliable and friendly chimney sweeping accross Cheshrie and the Wirral.

They were looking to create a website in order to increase business and publicise their fantastic service. The requirement was for a straightforward one page site that would rank well in google/bing and the other search engines.

A few weeks after the site went live it was in the first page of results on google for the desired keywords.

Knutsford Day Nursery Website

knutsford day nursery

re-design, build & content management system

Knutsford Day Nursery is a traditional, independant family owned nursery. They provide quality child care covering Knutsford and surrounding area. Their website needed a fresh new look, incorporating current web standards.

The Nursery wanted an easy way to publish news and update content on the site, so we incorporated a content management system (CMS) in order to facilitate this

Read Only Media website image

read only media

Web site prototyping & build

Read Only Media produce original artwork for sale or hire. They required an online presence and I was pleased to be able to help

Read Only Media had a good idea of the kind of site they were after and I was able to translate these to the web for them.

William Winter Carpenter & Builder website image

William Winter

Web site design & build, Business Cards

William Winter offers high quality building and carpentry services to the north-west. He required business cards and a website in order to market his business and allow his work to be published via an online portfolio.

After sitting down with William and discussing various ideas, we created the logo and laid out the website's sitemap. I then went away and put together a prototype card and website and after agreeing the concept, set to work.

The end result is a very eye catching business card and matching website which allows William to update his own portfolio images as and when he needs, right from his iPhone.