EvenFlow Sourcing Visit Site
EvenFlow Sourcing wanted a new look for their website as well as getting their site back online after having domain issues. We were able to get the site back online by moving the site to our server. Our in-house designers created the look of the site and our coders built it.
Rod — EvenFlow Sourcing
Sea Scouts Visit Site
We worked with the 33rd Oxford (Kidlington) Sea Scouts to develop a website that is easy to use and easy to edit. This will allow the Scouts, and their parents, to access vital information about the troop's happenings. This means there are fewer individual emails sent; which in turn allows leaders to do what they do best - lead. We also helped with the setting up of a Google Doc's form, allowing information to be collected easily.
“A wonderful service!”
Dave — Sea Scout Leader
Little Blood Visit Site
Little Blood were in need of a website primarily to advertise their debut album, but to also help them keep in contact with their fans. We were able to provide such a website, which they can easily edit themselves using a CMS; Joomla in this case. We also installed on the website a PayPal button so that CDs can be sold directly from the site.
“A delight to work with.”
Paul — Band Member, Little Blood
Dream Again Dance Company Visit Site
Dream Again Dance Company came to us wanting a simple website to inform their fans about their upcoming events. We came up with a few design ideas, they choose their favorite and we went away and built it with ease of editing content as a priority.
“Great Site. Great Price.”
Asya — Company Member
Oxford Outcomes Visit Site
Oxford Outcomes approached us wanting to convert their current website on to a Joomla CMS platform so that they could easily edit the website themselves. Another feature they wanted was the addition of a modal, as they had become part of ICON plc, to notify anyone visiting the site of their current status.
“Thank you Oxford Websites.”
Alex — IT Analyst, Oxford Outcomes
Bike Zone & Summertown Cycles Visit Site
Both Bike Zone and Summertown Cycles are widely known as the places to go for all things cycling in Oxford. As keen cyclists ourselves, we relished the opportunity to create a brand new set of websites, highlighting the breadth of bikes, accessories and services offered by both stores. The final site links in closely with the stock management systems, allowing the manager complete control over the bikes and brands available on the site.
“Thank you ... you provide exactly what we were after”
Stuart — Owner
Pitfield Visit Site
Pitfield London is a lifestyle shop and café located in Hoxton, featuring beautiful and unique homeware, furniture and curiosities. Alongside a website to advertise the shop, café and monthly exhibitions, Pitfield needed to sell items online. We worked closely to create a cohesive visual style, closely matching the shop's vintage themes.
“looking good, thanks!”
Tess — Pitfield London
Evolution Studios Visit Site
Evolution Studios is a brand new recording studio starting up in Oxford. Run by industry expert Nick Moorbath, it rapidly developed a large client list and needed a website to help promote available services. We designed the site to focus on the studio's beautiful Trident Series 80B console, featuring it in background imagery, creating a rich visual aesthetic.
Nick — Evolution Studios
Zappi's Bike Café Visit Site
Zappi's Bike Café came to us with a design inside a Photoshop document, which we then took and turned into a fully functional website. During development, slight changes to the design were requested. Due to the fact that we work closely with clients, we were able to implement these changes and discuss others. The end result is a clean and functional website, perfectly tailored for Zappi's Café's needs.
“We highly recommend Oxford Websites due to their expert services and their quick turn around time.”
Dan — Director, Zappi's Bike Café
Nogg Visit Site
Nogg came to us with an existing design, ready to build a site promoting their new product and start accepting orders. We turned the designs into reality, creating a visually rich showpiece for the Nogg, including a Press page filled with newspaper and magazine clippings and a Gallery with full resolution images.
“Superior work ... nice one!”
Turan Audio Visit Site
We were approached by Turan Audio with the aim of renovating their Flash-based website, along with adding a much-needed file upload service. In the process, we reformatted most of the pages, implementing a cleaner layout, along with completely redesigning the Clients page from the ground up. The site can now be easily updated by Turan Audio, and clients can send files to be mastered over the internet, rather than by post.
“Oxford Websites have been efficient and knowledgeable. We are very happy to recommend them.”
Ro Turan — Director, Turan Audio
Chris Watson Visit Site
We designed and coded Chris Watson's site from the ground up, allowing us to customise every detail as needed. The final site is built so that Chris can update the Home and Diary pages as events take place, meaning that he has full control over the content.
“That's great, thanks”
East Oxford Community Choir Visit Site
The East Oxford Community Choir were in need of a place to post details on upcoming events and information about the Choir. We designed the site to be easy to maintain and update along with featuring a Gallery and Contact form.
Rachel — EOCC
Bill Laar Visit Site
As an established educator, Bill Laar needed a personal site to display his writing and to allow people to get in touch. We worked with him to organise and upload his documents, sorting them by date and building an interface around them. Now visitors are able to browse and download his complete works and ask questions directly through the site.
John Duggan Visit Site
As a composer, John Duggan needed a site that engaged visitors aurally. We worked with him closely to implement his chosen pieces, along with creating an area for his latest work. Alongside the plentiful audio, the site also contains a comprehensive list of works, alongside a News section, allowing John to keep visitors up-to-date.