We ensure that every website we build includes "responsive web design" which means your website will adjust between all platforms - whether you are on a mobile, tablet, laptop or desktop, PC or Mac, this allows your audience to have the best browsing experience whatever their device.
At Burgess Design and Print we are not only web developers but designers as well - we will ensure your site is uniquely designed for you with your corporate identity and branding in mind - we don't use templates!
Large site or small - we do it all!
Stay in control! Ask about our Content Managed Websites (CMS) where you can amend and change your own website at your leisure.
Social Media? Keep in touch with your customers and include a Facebook / Twitter feed on your homepage.
SEO - Talk to us about our Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) techniques. We want to help your site climb the search engine rankings.
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Bramble Tree Kitchens had established a good Facebook page with around 300 followers, where they showcased all their latest projects. However they wanted something more professional to help attract more customers, as well as reach an audience that isn't on social media. We discussed with them their needs and the style of website that they liked, and came up with a bright, clean and fresh design, that projected the professionalism of the company and quality of work that they produce, including case studies and a gallery, as well as incorporating their Facebook page as a feed on the home page, where customers can delve a little further if they would like to see more samples of work.
Innotool has a full and extensive innovative range of milling products, with tools to suit the whole manufacturing sector. They came to us for a website after being let down in the past through other web developing companies. They needed a site that would display a vast selection of products in a clear and simple way. We were able to offer them a solution that fitted their needs and budget, while keeping to the same style as the rest of their marketing material.
The British Evacuees Association is a registered charity, formed in 1996 to ensure that the true story of the great evacuation would become better known and preserved for further generations. The organisation has worked with Burgess Design and Print for many years, we design and print their 16 page bi-monthly magazine as well as stationery and many other printed literature items that are required.
We have also managed their website for many years and this has seen a few changes as times have moved on, we recently created a brand new site for them that not only looks the part but has all the modern aspects for todays audience, including responsive design to allow fluidity between mobile, tablet and desktop, this has also allowed them to move further up in the search engine rankings on Google.
After Fun produce and market their own cleaning product for cycles, dirt bikes, motorcycles, quad bikes, cars, caravans, motor-homes and more. We have helped them develop their brand and created product labels, leaflets and a website. Keeping a fun informal, yet professional theme throughout all their media.
Boons hair salon in Retford, use Burgess Design and Print for their marketing, printing, signage and web work, we recently adapted their existing website to bring it up to date for mobile and tablet users. Around 80% of people access the internet via their mobile phone, and this percentage will only grow, make sure your website is mobile friendly, you could be losing out on valuable custom.
Burgess Design and Print worked with Springvale Fishing Lakes from when they were first established, designing and printing all their signage, stationery and leaflets as well as building their website. The website is not only mobile and tablet friendly but holds all the information needed to plan your visit. We designed all the icons and drew a map to show the various lakes and access points. The site also uses their own Facebook feed for anglers to show their catch and get involved on the site. There is also a news and events page that is content managed by the client to add and remove information when needed.
We have managed the Barrow Hill Museum website for many years as well as all their other projects. The website has seen many changes over the years and has moved with the times, this latest design was launched in January 2015 and is a much welcomed revamp of the old static site. Now usable on all platforms the new site is clean, to the point and user friendly as well as keeping the Barrow Hill branding.
As well as the museum site, Barrow Hill required a commercial presence. We have designed another site keeping the same layout as the museum site but slightly altering the colours, images and logo to suit a more corporate audience.
Emjay Tours came to us with a website already in place, however this was not responsive and did not have the 'wow' factor. We was able to start a fresh and design a new website that matched the brochure we had also designed and printed. The website has also been built with content management in mind so the customer can add and remove tours when necessary as well as keeping in control of their own image gallery, where customers can submit their holiday photographs to display on the gallery page.
A major new employment park on 200 acres in North Nottinghamshire. The websites goal is to advertise the project and encourage business and development in the area, promoting North Nottinghamshire as a great area for lifestyle, value and affordability, along with plenty of development land and opportunities for business.
GH Educate is a fresh and innovative company who thrive on developing skills in others, whether you work in public health or the private sector. They wanted a website to list their courses and allow students to book online as well as gather further information about the courses.
We have done Marshalls Coaches print and other projects for many years but not the website. When the website was ready for a new look, it made sense for them to come to us and keep all their work under one roof. By doing this we can update the website at the same time as their brochures and other printed material. Over the past year the website has had some minor changes / additions including the addition of video, promotional offers on the home page, as well as the holidays and day trip brochure which is updated twice a year. When Burgess Design and Print took over the website we developed the SEO even further, the company saw improved results and reduced their need for traditional advertising - which saved them money.
The Battlefield Line Railway holds events throughout the year, the website needed to be built with content management in place so the customer can add events as and when they are announced. Since building the site the Battlefield Line have made some additions including a shop which they control externally and we have been able to place this into the web-page so it appears as one.
The Rail Ale festival is an annual event held at The Barrow Hill Roundhouse, Chesterfield, Derbyshire. The site is updated regularly with information and announcements of the upcoming event as and when information becomes available. The site is also updated after each event with a gallery of images taken during the festival.
SCC is a family owned company that offers fork lift truck rental, servicing and sales. They wanted a website to give them a presence on the internet that is able to be viewed across all platforms (mobile, tablet and desktop). Having a web presence means your company appears more professional and you are more likely to reach a wider audience.
Misterton Primary and Nursery School came to us with a website already in place but this was missing vital information. We started a fresh and gave them a more professional yet friendly looking site, which was more easily navigable and has the facility to be updated regularly by the school, so the parents can keep on top of whats happening throughout the year - whether at home or on the go the website flows across all devices.
Bawtry Forest Christmas Trees came to us several years ago for a website which advertised them well for some time, however they wanted to be able to reach a new mobile audience as well as update the look of their site with a fresh new design. We started by taking some professional photographs of families and staff members around the site, to give a more friendly feel to the premises and show the cafe and other facilities on site. At the same time as updating the website we also produced new directional signage and leaflets.