Scotland Web Design’s team have worked on dozens of sites and projects; Whether it’s the look of the front-end; the difficulty involved in the back-end problem solving; or representing an organisation that we find inspiring. In a unique way, we are proud of each and every one of the projects we have been involved in. Here are some examples below:
An Ayrshire based Event, Portrait & Landscape Photographer with a strong passion for natural shots that tell uniquely interesting stories.
Scotland Web Design was able to create a user friendly site to showcase Blue Jaye’s portfolio and attract new business. The site features a dynamic image gallery; a simple pricing page; and a customer contact form.
David F. Ross. His debut novel The Last Days of Disco was shortlisted for the Authors Club Best First Novel Award, and received exceptional critical acclaim, as did the other two books in the Disco Days Trilogy: The Rise & Fall of the Miraculous Vespas and The Man Who Loved Islands, soon followed by Welcome to the Heady Heights.
Scotland Web Design created an information site to inform the authors fans of news regarding David as well as sections to read his upcoming stories. The site features a catalogue of his books and a live twitter feed on the home page.
We pride ourselves on our long lasting relationships with local and national charities. At Scotland Web Design we are always looking to provide effective solutions for charities working on a budget. To allow them to continue their work without substantial costs.
Registered charities can learn more by clicking the button below. Continue on this portfolio page to explore our previous work with charities.
Angus Carers Centre’s vision is that all carers in Angus will receive appropriate information and support to enable them to feel valued and confident in their caring situation and to develop their own potential.
We created Angus Carers a new WordPress site within a short timeframe. We were able to create a site with all the functionality they required (Events Calendars, Donation Forms, Email Forms).
We all so provided teams tutorials for their staff to allow them to update the content of their site.