It's been a little while but I am delighted to be able to share another hat-trick of customer websites going live so far this month.
The first customer website published in 2016 was that of Lasercharge UK Limited. Lasercharge are based locally to me in Garforth and are an established business offering a range of services including managed print solutions, print and copier solutions, laser and toner solutions, office stationery and office furniture solutions.
Paul Irvine contacted me to discuss replacing their existing website which was starting to look a little dated with something that is more up to date and that would help them to portray a more up to the minute online presence.
Visit Lasercharge Document Solutions to find out more about what they do.
The Main Deal - Version 2
The Main Deal is an organisation that I have worked with for some time. The work that Christine is doing to champion the businesses of Garforth and surrounding areas is something that I believe adds huge value to the area as we seek to help those local businesses grow and prosper.
The Main Deal was approaching it's first birthday and Christine decided that she wanted to reward it for all it's good work by providing it with a snazzy new look for it's 1st birthday.
The result is a highly modern, fully responsive site that will help Christine to champion her cause to encourage people to #shoplocal and support the small businesses on our doorstep.
As usual, Christine and I collaborated on the design of the new website and the result is a website that Christine is delighted with:
Stick with what you know and the people who get to know you, the communication is easier and your ideas are understood clearly, thanks Matt for doing yet again a sterling job with my website, let's do it again next year!"
Visit The Main Deal to find out more.
The final website published this month (so far...January is not yet over ;) ) is from a little further afield and it is that of Guildford Thunder Korfball Club.
Korfball? I hear you say (or maybe I am showing my ignorance here). Yes, Korfball is a sport that was invented by a Dutch teacher in 1902 and it featured at the Olympic games in 1920 and 1928. You can find out more about the sport by visiting the Guildford Thunder website.
I was asked by Thomas Ransome, the Chairman of Guildford Thunder to build their website for them which they would then use as a tool to promote and hopefully grow the club.
Why not head over to the Guildford Thunder website and find out more about the sport and the club? Maybe you could join them and take up what looks like a fantastic sport.