• 5 Star Marine


    5 Star Marine offer training and certification for Powerboat, Moter Cruiser and seamanship courses.

    On the website customers are able to select from a wide selection of training couses to suit their needs and subscribe online.

    The site also features a news and blogging section where 5 Star Marine can keep its viewers up to date with the latest events and changes to training course and practices.

    Latest up to date weather forcast and tidal times are dispaied for viewer reference.

    The site displays an excellent gallery of Powerboats and Cruises in use while in training along with videos from their YouTube account.

    Customers have the option to sign up to receive a regular newsletter Which is totally managed within the site. The newsletter manager collects user subscriptions within a mailing list and allows you to create your own email template with links directly back to pages and content within the site.

  • Macleod Films

    Macloed Films create comercials for some of the leading cosmetics companies. Simple design with loads of power.

    Video files take up a lot of file space and can require a powerful server to play back. Videos could have been loaded to a site such as YouTube and played from there. But then they would gey braned with YouTube and often played with frustrating web ads. Macleod films wanted a simple looking site that manage their video library and play them directly from the server, smoothly.

    Wicko Design created a simple and clean website where the videos cold be loaded into a manager and playbed back. The site makes playback possible on web devices from mobile to desktop, keeping the controls simple and the playback to fit any screen size. 

  • Nick Currie website

    Nick Currie Stump Grinder website

    Nick Currie Professional Tree Stump Removal

    Nick Currie briefed us to design a new logo and build a new website. Nick wanted a simple site that would show off his tree stump grinding and removal business.

    The logo was designed using the C of Currie to symbolise a grinding and cutting wheel. The C symbol is also used for avatar icons for social media such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

    The responsive website design works well for Nick, allowing him to show his site and services to customers when on location. With videos published on YouTube and incorporated into the site, Nick can play these to fill the mobile screen, showing customers exactly how his stump grinder works.

    Also built into the website is the option to collect customer details into a mailing list. They can then be mailed from a built-in newsletter template mailing system all held and managed within the site.

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