Websites Made By Lucy

Algarve Luxury Experience (Holiday rental property)

This site for a holiday rental property on the Algarve is a great example of how you can use your website to set yourself apart from the competition. I love the “Things To Do” section.

Motus (Network for women entrepreneurs)

This website for a local women’s networking group incorporates ‘user-generated content’ so network members can submit their own directory listings, blogs and events.

Your Horizon (Career coaching membership site)

Your Horizon is a new business offering career coaching and related services to students and graduates. The website is central to the business model as a membership site hosting training materials.

Craft Den (Online store)

 

Tudor Rose Business Services (B2B service provider)

 

Cheese & Chickpeas (Food blog)

A vegetarian food blog designed to keep the emphasis on the food and the recipes. This site includes a number of features to help users navigate the blog in difference ways and find what they’re looking for.

Davies & Maker (Ecommerce)

An ecommerce site using Woocomerce to manage sales. A minimalist design allows the beautiful products to be the stars of the show.

Platform Networking (Women’s Networking Group)

I created this site for a local women’s networking group that I attend in Sheffield. An important feature of this website is the easy-to-update pages of members and events.

Colourmaster NIP (Industrial supplier)

A company selling business to business (B2B) in the injection moulding and extrusion industry.

The Vintage Tableware Company (Physical shop)

Site for a local ‘bricks and mortar’ shop offering vintage tableware for hire and for sale. If you own a local business (for example, a shop or restaurant) a simple website can extend your reach and get your services in front of more people.

Thank you for such a fast and expert service - super quick and helpful and was so happy to have you in my network, as was the client! Brilliant!

Amy Milchard Pink Spaghetti PA Services 12 August 2017

Algarve Luxury Experience (Holiday rental property)

This site for a holiday rental property on the Algarve is a great example of how you can use your website to set yourself apart from the competition. I love the “Things To Do” section.

Motus (Network for women entrepreneurs)

This website for a local women’s networking group incorporates ‘user-generated content’ so network members can submit their own directory listings, blogs and events.

Your Horizon (Career coaching membership site)

Your Horizon is a new business offering career coaching and related services to students and graduates. The website is central to the business model as a membership site hosting training materials.

Craft Den (Online store)

 

Tudor Rose Business Services (B2B service provider)

 

Cheese & Chickpeas (Food blog)

A vegetarian food blog designed to keep the emphasis on the food and the recipes. This site includes a number of features to help users navigate the blog in difference ways and find what they’re looking for.

Davies & Maker (Ecommerce)

An ecommerce site using Woocomerce to manage sales. A minimalist design allows the beautiful products to be the stars of the show.

Platform Networking (Women’s Networking Group)

I created this site for a local women’s networking group that I attend in Sheffield. An important feature of this website is the easy-to-update pages of members and events.

Colourmaster NIP (Industrial supplier)

A company selling business to business (B2B) in the injection moulding and extrusion industry.

The Vintage Tableware Company (Physical shop)

Site for a local ‘bricks and mortar’ shop offering vintage tableware for hire and for sale. If you own a local business (for example, a shop or restaurant) a simple website can extend your reach and get your services in front of more people.

Thank you for such a fast and expert service - super quick and helpful and was so happy to have you in my network, as was the client! Brilliant!

Amy Milchard Pink Spaghetti PA Services 12 August 2017

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