Starting with an in-depth conversation regarding the brand, leading to the delivery of a responsive and dynamic e-commerce website.
A Testimonial from Gail at Aspire
“We have thoroughly enjoyed working with Martin and the team at Creo. Our website design was no easy task and they made the process very positive, enjoyable and exciting!
From the first stage of initial designs I felt like George had a clear understanding of our brand and demonstrated this through various concepts. He is a listener – something I highly commend him for. He took our brief and presented it in a manner that was tasteful and creative and more importantly, separates us from our competitors.
We wanted to be actively involved in helping with the website and Ryan and Erin were fully on board with keeping us up to date on every process involved. Ryan is a complete asset to Creo and a very talented web designer. His response time to any queries/questions was almost instant and he was extremely patient in explaining how to edit and upload new content so we can ensure we are always keeping the website relevant to our customer base.
In all I would highly recommend Creo for anyone that has branding, design or website requirements. The team do not hide behind a computer – they are real people who take time to meet with you, understand your brand and focus on the design that provides maximum return……they also make excellent coffee! “
To see more case studies of e-commerce websites contact a member of our team on 0141 488 1533
We are delighted to have had the opportunity to design a new website and database system for Scottish Care. We have worked closely with the organisation for a number of years providing IT and print services. The team have worked closely with Scottish Care to produce a site that allows key staff members access to better manage content and memberships.
Enoch Lodge is a four bedroom, four bathroom cottage which was once one of the 3 original Gatehouses to Culzean Castle and as such is a Category B Listed Building of historical interest.
The brand / new logo design has now been signed off. Ryan Mitchell our Senior Web Developer has now launched the new website, which features a booking system and showcase a video of the luxury cottage created by one of our in-house media team Steven Martin.
Colin Crawford at The Print Room, has produced a high end business card using a Senses Black 500gsm stock, foiled both sides, trimmed and gilt edged in gold.
Caldwell Golf Club approached us looking for a new website after using our print service to print off their newest score cards. The club has undergone renovation over the past year and they needed a website that better reflected both their course and create a clear link to their booking platform.
Tom from Football 1st approached Creo looking to update his website and allow him to sell football kits and accessories online. We designed and developed a new eCommerce website for Football 1st giving them a more professional online presence that will generate revenue.
As an existing client of Creo, Craig approached us looking to refresh his website to better represent the services offered at Ecoglow. If you are looking for a plumber or gas engineer visit ecoglow.biz
Dougie from J&D Services (Scotland) Ltd was recommended to us from a family member who is currently working with us to launch their new brand and website.
J&D Services had no online presence and came to us looking for guidance on how to engage their market online. Looking at their competition and trends in the market we created a new site that was clean and easy to use.
Macfarlane Heating Services are one of our oldest clients. We initially designed their website 7 years ago, so it was time for a new look. With the help of Loree and Scott we managed to develop a much more engaging design.
Lairds approached Creo to redevelop their brand. George worked closely with Mark and Joanna to create a new look that better represented the company. Ryan took the new brand and designed a website that allowed Lairds to showcase some of their latest work.
As a design team Creo has been tasked with completing a myriad of projects, some infinitely more technical than others, on behalf of a wide range of clients. The process is always interesting from a technical perspective and in many cases educational in the sense that we get to learn a little about not only what our clients’ business is about but also the market in which they operate.
When we were approached by the team at First Time Inside to design their site we were, as always, pleased to take on a new client as well as learning a little about their approach to a very special niche market.
First Time Inside aim to offer a range of support services aimed at making someone’s first experience of prison less traumatic than it can be. Working with offenders and/or their solicitors they hope to plug what they have identified as a gap in the justice system.
Stealing a phrase they used themselves, “You can’t truly understand someone until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes”. The process has once again been educational but also a little sobering when you examine the project itself.