Case Studies,Mobile Web Design,Web Design

Case Study: The Home of Handmade

14 Mar , 2017  

The Home of Handmade are a new boutique store, sourcing handmade and lovingly-crafted items by talented artisans. Satur9 were brought in to design and build a custom e-commerce store and website, so that its wide range of unique items can be shown and sold to customers. Continue reading “Case Study: The Home of Handmade” »

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Mobile Web Design,Web Design

Bespoke vs. quick-fix web design

12 Feb , 2017  

Whether you’re a long-standing agency or new business looking for your first website, we’ve all seen the trappings before. Website builders advertised on TV and elsewhere claim to have you online “within seconds”; pocket-change themes and plugins can be purchased and working in minutes.

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Case Study: ToP Building Control

1 Dec , 2014  

ToP Building Control – based in Loughborough, Leicestershire – are a Building Control company offering services across the East Midlands. They contacted Satur9 to get a website up and running for their business quickly – one that would serve as a crucial portal for communications with their clients. Continue reading “Case Study: ToP Building Control” »

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Case Studies,Mobile Web Design,Web Design

Case Study: Fosse Bearing Units

12 Nov , 2014  

Fosse Bearing Units – based in Thurmaston, Leicester – have been around since the 1970’s, specialising in everything from repairs and supply of gearboxes, motors, bearings, belts… the list goes on. Being a long-standing local business, they’d had a website for some time, but it was beginning to show its age. Continue reading “Case Study: Fosse Bearing Units” »

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Mobile Web Design,Web Design

The Mobile Explosion

31 Oct , 2014  

Well, is this really news to anyone?

Probably not, but recent data over the past few weeks have shown that mobile and tablet usage in 2014 now overtakes that of traditional desktop usage. This is particularly true of e-commerce driven websites, but signifies a containing trend towards the mobile web in 2014 and beyond. Continue reading “The Mobile Explosion” »

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