Having created the organisation’s new brand identity, the ALARM Board invited r//evolution to design and build a new membership focused website. The old site lacked functionality and was cumbersome to maintain, with an outdated CMS.
Iconic northeast hair salon Jo Anderson wanted a mobile-first website to promote the business and support client bookings.
To support the business’ growth strategy, Celerity required a new responsive, mobile friendly website.
Jaguar Land Rover required a responsive, mobile-friendly website to demonstrate the benefits of their apprenticeship training to potential applicants and to encourage direct applications to their Retailer Apprenticeship Program.
The website was to be managed by Jaguar Land Rover’s apprenticeship team through a simple Content Management System, allowing the site to be updated quickly and easily. The site also needed to engage and encourage applicants, with inspiring case studies and a simple to follow application process.
With a carefully curated collection of over 10,000 titles in store, and an exceptionally knowledgeable staff team, Cogito’s comfy sofas, thoughtful displays and engaging children’s area promote a happy browsing experience and opportunities for serendipitous discoveries.
Since opening its doors in a delightful cobbled street in 2001, Cogito has developed a reputation for discovering reading gems, delivering the best customer service, and creating a place of inspiration.
One of the largest commercial heritage and archaeology businesses in the north, NAA was seeking a new website to better position the brand to both existing and new clients. The site needed to be fully responsive, for excellent mobile usage.
Hexham BID & Hexham Community Partnership were looking for an experienced web development agency to deliver an engaging, customer centric website that businesses and other organisations in Hexham could use as a platform to promote their products and services.
The site was to be fully responsive, offering the user an engaging and rewarding browsing experience, supported with a simple to use content management system, to ensure ease of content creation.
Increasingly customers are looking to book tickets online, using desktop and mobile devices. As such, Queen’s Hall Arts Centre required an updated website to maximise on this trend. The website required impactful event listings pages and a user-friendly booking system for customers to purchase tickets online.
YoungsRPS required a custom website to promote their estate and land agency services, and listings. The website needed to offer a contemporary design that provides customers with a positive user experience across all devices with excellent navigation and search functionality. A custom integration was also requested, enabling YoungsRPS’s estate agency software, Jupix, to transfer information directly into the website allowing the site to be automatically updated from the in-house system, limiting administration resource needed to populate the website.
Northumbrian Candleworks required a fully responsive and effective eCommerce website that would allow them to make the most of selling online.
It was important that the new website allowed consumers to buy products online, while offering a separate member section where trade orders could also be placed by retailers. Internationalisation of the site was also required In order to allow sales outside of the UK.