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Looking for examples of the sites developed by WEB-right, the Hampshire website developers?
Below are just some of the sites built and hosted by WEB-right. Clients range from local Hampshire businesses to companies and organisations, of all sizes, across the UK. Several of the sites were built for long-term clients enjoying the benefits of new generation websites.
This is the second website we've built for David & Sarah Holland. As well as building and painting theatre sets and back-cloths, they have a thriving pantomime set hire business. David and Sarah wanted a bold front page, and different internal sections to distinguish the two different parts of their business.
This revised design for The Copywriting Apprentice utilises the Theme and Page-builder functionality to deliver bold design for the Home page, with a different template for internal pages.
A small business marketing items for model railways.
The original brief was "just a couple of pages" - there are already 11, with more to come.
The brief was also to keep the product branding - minimal, clean, and the emphasis on information rather than marketing.
The EMGS is a specialist model railway society with over 2,000 members across the world.
The website has a large members-only section which includes an online shop, custom databases, information resources, and an online forum.
This is the first phase of the South Hants Club website. The second phase will give Club Members a private area. We were asked to re-build their original site. As it was built on WordPress, no change or re-loading was needed for the content and images.
Banburyshire Info is a news, information and magazine site for Banbury in Oxfordshire. This new site went live in October 2015 replacing the previous site, also built by WEB-right. In 4½ years the original site clocked up nearly 800,000 page loads. The highest single day was in November 2014 with 3,849 page loads. Ian Gentles is expecting even greater things from the new site.
We rebuilt the site for FOSYM, our 'Charity of 2014', as a tribute to our friend David Keith who died in January 2014 aged just 44. David had been supporting FOSYM by maintaining their website for some years.