Caerleon is well known for these attractions: Roman remains and National Roman Museum Caerleaon Castle and St Cadocĺs Church
Caerleon is also close to our headquarters in Shirenewton, Monmouthshire, which helps us to maintain our policy of only working face to face with customers to make sure they get the best results quickly when writing the content for their web sites. This is a much quicker method of establishing what aspects of a business are the most promotable and getting the order of things. So, if you have a small business in Caerleon, just get in touch with the Village Websmith and experience the difference of truly personal web design for yourself. For more information, please call us on the number shown, or click in the header of any page to email Caerleonemail@example.com.Photo from Featured Project near Caerleon
Fuuneral Director's Multiple Sites Reflect Corporate Identity While Maintaining Individuality
Another customer that has been with us for a number of years is the funeral director, West & Coe. As Dagenham's oldest business, this family run concern is now in its third generation of ownership and has served the local communities for well over a hundred years.
Their original site was well liked, but in need of an update. Additionally, over the years, the company had acquired a number of other independent funeral businesses, which had their own identity and history as well as being managed to the high standards insisted on by West & Coe.
Late in 2010, it was decided that two of these businesses should have independent web presences to reinforce the independent nature of their business while keeping it clear that they are a part of the larger concern so that customers could expect the best of both worlds; the attention expected of a small, local, independent funeral director alongside the standards and cost performance associated with a large, secure company.Click here to visit the AG Butler website.Click here to visit the James Hawes website.
To achieve this, the main West & Coe website was revamped with a new colour scheme and layout designed to increase the impression of filling the screen and give a more relaxed, less croweded view, made possible by the higher screen resolutions of today's computers. This was then applied to two new sites for the subsidiary companies, changing colours, logos and specific content but keeping the same overall layout so that the sites looked different enough to make it clear that the firm has independence, but similar enough to keep the family resemblance strong.