Paul from PDESIGNSMEDIA approached us to sort out a photography studio website for them. The brief was to keep things clean and simplistic. We came up with the idea to have one long scrolling page with navigation to take the user to the different sections. This was a quick website and a pleasure to put together.
Deborah was interested in a simple website to display her photography. We recommended Squarespace as the solution and this was a quick website that we put together.
Jonny from Soul Survivor Ministries approached us having seen previous work that we'd done. The brief was to put together a brand new conference website to house all their content they required. As this was brand new, madebydave.co provided the creative flair and strategic direction for this website. This was an enjoyable project to get involved in and we look forward to seeing this event flourish.
Redesign and refresh of Soul Survivor Watford's website. We took a dark and dingy site and transformed it into a responsive website, light and fresh and able to meet the needs of a fully functional community style church and congregation. The previous website was cluttered, hard to navigate and not responsive.
New images were taken, home page was simplified and features were added in to reduce the administration the team were dealing with through phone calls.
James contacted us as he was tired of all the theming and bolt ons that Wordpress offered and wanted something far easier and quicker to use and so naturally we said "Have you heard of Squarespace!"
On thing led to another and we ended up assisting and consulting James in using Squarespace, from layout, design, and overall technical support to launch their newly improved site. It took James less than half the time he has spend faffing about with Wordpress to create a website which showed off the gap year the organisation offered.
Soul 61 is dedicated to raising up leaders who will change the world around them. They believe that the most effective way of developing leaders is to trust people with real situations and responsibilities.
Georgi approached us with a Squarespace site that already existed, but it just wasn't working for her. We love to solve problems so a new layout, concept and structure was agreed and we set to work reworking some existing content. One thing lead to another and hey presto we had a site pulled together in 2 months.
"Working with Dave was a pleasure, he helped turn our vision in to a reality with excellence and expertise. I would thoroughly recommend anyone to work with him, his can do attitude and willingness to help is a breath of fresh air!"
Jeannie was in desperate need as her Wordpress website was hacked and she needed a web presence to support her ministry as she travels round the UK speaking and ministering.
We met with Jeannie to understand what she firstly wanted, but primarily needed, making her site a resource for people to go to. Her original website was very dark in it's imagery and quite clunky so we pulled back the curtains, put a new coat of white paint on it and brought it into the 21st Century.
Emily came to us with one simple request. I would like a website that looks great and I can run myself. Previously she had to go through a developer to update her site which took far too long and so we had the solution for her.
We completely transformed their existing website and create a fully responsive site in three months.
Charis Tiwala is a Christian charity offering support and assistance to anyone in Hertfordshire who is affected by human trafficking or sexual exploitation within the sex industry.
We were approached by Al for a website that was to connect people with positive ways to support refugees crisis that hit the headlines in the summer of 2015.
The brief was to have ten different action points for the user to use as their response to the crisis, that was shareable but primarily simple to navigate.
He wanted this to be thought of like a crowdsourcing site, the aim to connect your generosity and goodwill with simple points of intervention that will make a practical difference in the lives of displaced people.
Hello Welcome is not a protest group or a pressure group. They don't have a political agenda. They simply want to come together and say to those in desperate need, 'Hello, welcome.'