Proud to be launching this lovely WordPress based website for Pulham Herefords in Norfolk. This was an upgrade from a static Dreamweaver built website which had served the business well for many years but seriously needed upgrading with a CMS (content management system) and SSL hosting as well as responsive design to allow the website to adpapt to all viewing devices.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all my customers past and present, thank you for your support and business.
I shall be shutting up shop for my Christmas break at 5pm on Thursday 20th December 2018 and firing up the PCs again at 9am on Thursday 3rd January 2019.
I will, however, check my email regularly during the Christmas break so if there are any emergencies I will attend to them as soon as I can.
Website for a new HypnoBirthing studio in Norfolk ran by Joan Marshall. Lovely, relaxing colours and based on the WordPress framework with some great stock photography from iStock Photos and a few ‘bells & whistles’ but not too over the top. Mobile-friendly (responsive) design and hosted in secure webspace (SSL).
Hypnobirthing is “a complete birth education programme, that teaches simple but specific self hypnosis, relaxation and breathing techniques for a better birth”.
Good God it’s been busy on the run up to Christmas. Another new Western Star CD album packaging just signed off. Another great rockabilly band “Delta 88” have already released an album and a vinyl EP on the Western Start label over the years. This one features the gorgeous Betty Brosmer on the cover.
Artwork for another new band, “The Deadshots”, on the Western Star label just whizzed off to the pressing plant like a proverbial magic reindeer on Christmas eve. I’m told this is a hard hitting rockabilly band in the same vein as band such as “Jack Rabbit Slim” and “The Bullets” so not much to live up to there then! I know it’ll be stomping as Western Star keep all their production in-house for the whole process from recording the first track to delivering the final product and they don’t do half measures