New Logo Design for Aber Food Surplus

 

Project: New Logo Design

Owner: Chris Byrne, Chris Woodfield and Heather McClure

Location: Aberystwyth

Website: www.aberfoodsurplus.co.uk

We recently worked with Aber Food Surplus on creating their new brand identity. Aber Food Surplus is an organisation aiming to reduce food waste in Aberystwyth and to ensure that edible food is redistributed and fed to bellies not bins!

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New Black Mountains Smokery Website Live

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The redesigned Black Mountains Smokery home page

Black Mountains Smokery is a family-run gourmet food business based in the Brecon Beacons. Their award-winning smoked foods are carefully sourced from British suppliers and traditionally cured and smoked at their smokehouse in Crickhowell.

For several years InSynch has been working with Jo and Jonathan from Black Mountains Smokery on their digital marketing strategy helping the business to improve website sales and build a greater brand awareness. You can view our previous digital marketing case study with Black Mountains Smokery here: insynch.co.uk/blog/black-mountains-smokery-case-study

“InSynch have produced a highly complex web site for us, which was launched in time to be tested by our busy season. Eddy is particularly good at understanding and interpreting individual business requirements and the InSynch team has been responsive to issues and needs that have arisen.  Development work continues in order to finesse the use of the website as an efficient management vehicle for our mail order business.” 

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New Website for Llanstinan Boarding Kennels Now Live

The New Website for Llanstinal Kennels
The New Website for Llanstinal Kennels

Recently InSynch launched a brand new website for Llanstinan Kennels who are located in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, Llanstinan Kennels provides luxury dog kennels and a purpose built cat hotel.

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5 Web Developer Warning Signs for Businesses

Website Developers are everywhere these days. The choice can be bewildering for a business looking to get a website designed.

Some businesses will choose to build a site themselves, which has pros and cons – see our guide to deciding whether to use a Web Developer or DIY.

We always recommend businesses create a simple 1-2 page Web Design brief, even if they are going to design it themselves. Get quotes, tell the developer what you like and don’t like and get the Website that you need.

Over the years we have seen many rogue Web Developers come and go, and we are pretty good at spotting them. So, here are 5 warning signs to look for… Continue reading “5 Web Developer Warning Signs for Businesses” »

New Website for The Slate Shed B&B Launched!

The fresh look website for The Slate Shed
The fresh look website for The Slate Shed

The Slate Shed provides Bed and Breakfast accommodation in an exceptional location in Snowdonia National Park near Dolgellau and Barmouth. Visitors to The Slate Shed are treated to beautiful views, stylish rooms and a fantastic Welsh breakfast that is locally sourced. Continue reading “New Website for The Slate Shed B&B Launched!” »

We are Celebrating our 12th Anniversary!

We are celebrating our 12th anniversary today! InSynch was formed on February 10th 2005. As co-founder of the company originally, I recall those nervous first weeks when we waited to see if we had secured a large EU funded contract that would set us up for the next few years. We did win it and have never looked back.

We have changed as business considerably over the years. Mind you, so has technology and online marketing methods.

AT77C104_iPAQ_hx2750_005In February 2005, Facebook was just a small experiment. Twitter had yet to be invented. The launch of the first iphone was some 2 years away…. However, I did have my HP iPaq which had fingerprint log in! Yes its true, logging in with your fingerprint is not new technology….

Our clients

995690_10152887971155720_1083068682_nIn the first 3 years, we provided advice and support to businesses that was funded exclusively by Government and European funded projects. We had a team of 9 IT/Business consultants that worked with over 700 businesses over a 3 year period.

We started providing training in October 2005. Have a look at this poster promoting our tourism the e’factor training events over 11 years ago! Tourism specialism and training were to become strong elements of our business.

Since then we have worked with literally 1000’s of clients. Some of them for almost all of the last 12 years. I have seen businesses blossom, people retire and sell on their business and people gradually adopt digital technologies in their business.

Changing times

All of the staff at InSynch will say that they learn something new every day. Technology is constantly evolving.  As we work with so many clients, we have a vast pool of experience in business and the application of technology to make businesses succeed.

Thank you to all of our clients that we have worked with over the years and thank you too to all of our loyal staff.

Congratulations!

 

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Website launched for Llwyngwril Gallery

Llwyngwril Gallery
The new website for Llwyngwril Gallery

Llwyngwril Gallery offer two spacious and luxurious units that are full of character and charm. The Gallery theme is retained throughout both properties promoting works of art by local artists and information about local crafts and exhibitions in the area. Continue reading “Website launched for Llwyngwril Gallery” »

Is Your Website Developer Lazy?

Yes, your website is mobile friendly, but is it desktop friendly?

With mobile users still on the rise, web developers are trying to stay ahead of the game with a ‘Mobile First’ approach, this in terms means that the user interface and layout on a mobile is built first and any screen sizes larger than this would adapt and expand into more columns.

This concept is good, however we often see this being used too literally by some developers and the desktop user experience is left neglected and reflecting what a user would expect to see on a mobile. It is important to create a separate theme for desktop users. Continue reading “Is Your Website Developer Lazy?” »

Football Clubs and their invariably terrible websites

blog 3This is the third post by our guest blogger, Owain Evans

As an avid football fan, it’s a daily occurrence for me to visit websites and apps to keep up-to-date to all the latest news. Being an Arsenal fan, Arsenal.com is my usual destination with BBC Sport and Sky Sports being other well-visited sites. But recently, I found myself wondering what other clubs’ websites look like, so I did some research. The results were truly shocking… Continue reading “Football Clubs and their invariably terrible websites” »