Recently launched websites from acerockcola & some older portfolio items from the past Web Design In Dundee
In addition to being a complete eCommerce solution that allows customers to use a variety of payment methods (including the opportunity to pay by instalment with Laybuy), Lady Tonic‘s website includes a subscription element where clients can purchase courses that can either be completed entirely online through a private & secure member’s area or at one of 9 in-salon locations across the UK.
Branding & product design (for items ranging from lash boxes to bonder & serum applicator tubes) were also created in accordance with the client’s vision for the look & feel of her new company.
Blackness Autos is an independent mechanic business in the centre of Dundee.
After never having an online presence before, Blackness Autos wanted a slick, but simple website that showcased the services that they can offer to potential customers, detail their contact information and most of all, show the company as two real local people and not part of a large chain.
DC Lighting Services Ltd install and maintain floodlights for various sports facilities across the country including for SPL football stadiums such as Celtic & Dundee FC.
Working with their established colour scheme & logo to match DC’s brand, the first thing visitors see is a silent autoplaying drone compilation highlighting some of the different projects the company have worked on.
An unbranded real-time integration of the company’s existing Facebook feed is also displayed to ensure that up-to-date information is included on the homepage, but without the need for the staff to spend time updating the site.
IMS Product Services are an independent company built on a foundation of over 30 years’ experience within the engineering sector (primarily fabrication and welding) that specialise in management systems that are tailored to meet a client’s business requirements.
IMS’ logo was created after an original four-coloured “pie” conception by the client.
The site features a parallax slider to highlight the three main areas of service the company offers, and the ‘About’ page is displayed showing the history & achievements of the client in chronological order.
Karen Byrom is a freelance literary journalist & author who previously worked for 30 years at D.C. Thomson & Co. Ltd.
Karen’s Book Bag features exclusive interviews with well-known authors, including, Lord Jeffrey Archer & Phoebe Morgan and features reviews of upcoming books that are presented in a visual carousel and syndicated to Facebook using the Open Graph protocol.
Herd Advance are an Aberdeenshire-based digital agriculture company and winners of the Royal Highland Show 2020 Technical Innovation Award.
Herd Advance’s website complements their distinctive green & grey livestock theme & pays attention to the farm animal aesthetic with elements such as cows & grass in the footer.
The site features a visually heavy homepage & slider to display the company’s main feature, a news blog to document company updates & also an event flow feature to detail their client process.
Contract Cleaning Services (CCS) was founded in 1985 & is Tayside’s premier cleaning company for over 25 years that primarily deals with industrial and commercial cleaning. Clients include BAE Systems, St. Andrews Links & Dundee United FC.
The site utilises an interactive showcase element to emphasis the importance of the company’s mission statement and a dropdown menu to categorise the different cleaning services that CCS offers.
Gridworx is a Canterbury-based limited company that provides overhead & underground power distribution networks for the UK’s major utility contractors and distribution operators.
In addition to detailing their professional services and the recognised standards they work to, the site employs a ‘Careers’ module where staff can post new job openings in the company & allows them to advertise for temporary linemen & engineers.
Glasgow Office Cleaners is a division of ACCS that provide teams of cleaners to different business locations across Strathclyde.
The logo created by acerockcola consists of an outline of three tower buildings to emphasis the city centre/office environment where most of their clients reside. The colour scheme of the site reflects heavily on the company branding with strong use of yellow, white & dark grey.
Paul’s Pooches is a professional dog walking company based in Monifieth, Dundee that offers group & solo walks, puppy visits & home boarding.
Utilising a parallax effect throughout the page to create an event-flow effect, PaulsPoochesDundee.co.uk employs a heavy visual structure to show dogs enjoying different activities. An Instagram widget automatically imports the latest photos & videos that Paul uploads while out & about so customers can see how their pets are enjoying their day.
A collection of screenshots from past websites – some retired, some still active, some abandoned by companies during development and some that now seem very dated.
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