Portfolio recent Brendon was previously let down by a web designer who no longer had the time to support him. This gave him the chance to start again with a refreshed and enhanced design. Lessons Driving School specialise in intensive courses which meant clearly conveying various packages was important. Just 3 days after launch, a new pupil signed up for a course that covered the cost of the whole project. Tina AKA “Blondie” had an existing small site with a well-known marketing platform. After paying an upfront cost, without realising she was tied into an ongoing contract with fees totalling £150 per month. After this negative experience, she was relieved to avoid unnecessary monthly fees and inject some personality back into her online presence. In the past, Carol had tried to build a website for herself. While it served a purpose for some time, in her own words, the website needed a “revamp” and she didn’t have the time for the job. Fortunately for Carol, her latest pupil, Joe, came to the rescue with a redesign and extremely popular booking form. Our project with Young Drivers Yorkshire was a bit different. Peter wanted to launch a brand, “Young’uns”, for a new young drivers experience. His venture required a professional website. Popular on Facebook, he had never looked into web design before. We walked him through the process, championing his brand. Ade found out about us through word of mouth. He already understood the value of a website but felt his site had become outdated and liked the look of our other projects. A priority for Ade’s Driving School was an effective booking form, delivering enquiries to his inbox. At the time, Jon was working for a national driving franchise without a personal website. With ambitions to go independent, he was concerned about marketing himself. Lee answered all of his questions and gave him the confidence to start his own independent school with a branded new website.