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Sales website

Logo design

Logo design

Web design and build

Sales web design

Sales web development

Print design

Print design
The brief
As a start up company the brief was to design a simple but expandable website for this high end formal wear tailor.

The solution
We firstly developed a new brand for the company and then designed a website that would allow for constant updates as the company evolves.

The results
A classic design to appeal to both male and female visitors that showcased the products and experience that the director and founder has within the industry. The site features a jquery gallery that users to filter the outfits depending on their garment, style or colour requirements. We optimised the site upon launch and are appearing on the first page in Google for all their main keyphrases.

Features
The site features embedded video, a filterable image gallery, a CMS press and testimonial section and email marketing.

Technology
Built in PHP using CSS and JQuery with a MySQL backend database.

Client's reaction
"All I can say is that everything you need from logo / corporate image design through to SEO optimisation, all at Drum ensure that everything I ask of them is carried out on time, on budget and more importantly very well indeed. Always offering alternatives or improvements to my ideas is also welcome as they are the pro's. Keep up the good work and a big thank you for everything over the years. Long may it continue."
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Stephen Bishop | Founder
Stephen Bishop Suiting | Woking, Surrey

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