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Posted in Brochure Websites | Responsive Websites | Vehicle Livery | Website Design & Build on 18th August 2015 by

A new responsive website designed and developed for National resin and screed flooring specialists. Floor & Wall contacted us regarding the development of a new website to allow for regular updates by their team. We initially created a home page visual based on their existing content and, once approved, continued with the remaining page visuals. […]

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Posted in Mobile Sites & Apps | News | Responsive Websites | Website Design & Build | What We Do on 16th April 2015 by

What’s going on It’s almost a decade since the launch of the iPhone. It’s the device that revolutionised the communications market and the habits’ of people around the world. During this time the role of the web developer has evolved and we now must embrace these technological advances in each and every design. Google and […]

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Posted in Corporate Branding | Offers | Website Design & Build on 16th March 2015 by

Receive 500 FREE double sided business cards complete with design when you sign up for a new website with us! On all website orders placed between Monday 16th March 2015 and Tuesday 31st March 2015 quoting code 500BIZ03 we’re able to offer this incredible offer on the following spec: 85mm x 55mm 400gsm silk artboard Full colour to both sides […]

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Posted in Responsive Websites | Website Design & Build | WordPress on 3rd March 2015 by

Continuing a great working relationship… Urban Feather previously worked with JLSP Associates on the first series of Tim & Tess safeguarding educational resources.  After proving to be very popular with schools, JLSP then approached us to develop a new website for the series, initially creating a holding page followed by the actual development.

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JLSP Responsive Website Development