We're at the end of the first half-term already and it's been another bumper month with 42 fantastic new website launches!
We've had quite a few of our Essential websites go live this month too! Essentials are our beautiful, versatile range of pre-designs that can be launched in as little as a week.
Beaver Green is one of several school websites from the fantastic Swale Academy Trust to go live this month (congratulations also to Westlands Primary School & Regis Manor Primary School).
The trust commissioned these beautiful website designs for the schools, which are complemented perfectly by their stunning professional photography. To avoid the need for manual event duplication and to make life a little easier, each website is synced with the school's Google calendar as well.
The engaging slideshow video gives an instant flavour of life at Dartford Science & Technology College whilst the clean lines and colour-coded links tie together the branding into a sophisticated, easy to navigate website.
Led by the Balcarras Teaching School, the Glow Maths Hub supports and works with teachers and leaders in Gloucestershire and Worcestershire to improve the enjoyment, participation and achievement in mathematics. Their new website features iconography, social media feeds and engaging content to promote their brilliant programme and we were thrilled to work on it with them.
This creative school website features striking imagery, animated counters and parallax homepage content. Their interactive bespoke bus page is a particular highlight, showcasing each of the different routes and stops in a visually-pleasing colourful style.
A bold and dynamic mix of shapes and shades makes up this Berkshire trust homepage with subtle hover effects and contrasting sections adding to the impactful look and feel of the design.
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