29 Nov, 2018 A Whirlwind of Websites 29 November 2018 Matt Lewis Technical Manager Three go lives in three days Normally at this time of year, as a digital agency, we tend to find things start to wind down as Christmas approaches. This year however, that couldn’t be further from the truth. With just days to spare before the advent calendar countdown begins, we found ourselves with not one, not two but three websites to put live and these three websites couldn’t be more different. Website number one was an exciting new website build for our long-term client Bracken Business Centres, who after going through a full re-brand to Bracken Workspace Plus needed a new website to reflect their cool new style. Website number two was an interesting new project with a new client; Pentland Hills Gin. This time we were tasked with creating a brand new, fully functional e-commerce website for this small batch gin with the aim of capturing the Christmas gift market. And last but by no means least, the third and final website was for another one of our hospice clients, Lindsey Lodge. This project featured lots of bright colours and some interesting interactions that really helped to bring their brand to life. With so many projects to juggle it’s been a full agency effort to get them all across the line and delivered on time but thankfully, we managed it with little to no drama. Huzzah! You can take a look at all three of these websites using the links below: https://www.lindseylodgehospice.org.uk/ https://www.brackenwsp.co.uk/ https://www.pentlandhillsgin.com/ We don’t like to blow our own trumpet but we have to say, that these three are up there with some of the most interesting new website’s we’ve created this year. Lindsey Lodge was the very first project our new UX Designer Jake was able to get stuck in to and he also had a hand in the Bracken Workspace Plus website too, alongside our Creative Director, Andy. Every developer we have has chipped in at some stage on all three of the websites as well, and our two project managers have been run off their feet getting them all over the line. Only the marketing team escaped relatively unscathed from the mad rush but now the design and development are complete, it’s over to them to really make these websites perform.