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Websites

Your website should meet the needs of both you and your audience. Businesses change fast, and your website has to stay ahead of the curve. Our focus on responsive design means that your website works seamlessly on any device, and always looks current, whatever direction you grow in next.

Websites need to work on a number of levels; they need to be easy to navigate, steer users to the goals of the site, be found on google and perhaps most importantly, reflect your company values.

Looking for a website?

  1. You need to align your website with your brands offline presence.

  2. Your audience has changed or expanded and your web presence no longer suits.

  3. The functionality of your website needs improving or extending.

How we can help

Your site needs to look good. But, it also needs to work for your business goals. Knowing the purpose of your website means we can help you make great decisions about how your users navigate the site and what they need your site to do for them. At a dozen eggs we care that the website works for your audience, and extends your brand.

Branding an award winning micro-brewery

We worked with Charnwood Brewery to create a website to showcase the beers available, together with an online shop. Read the case study.

Process

We aim to create websites that extend your brand. And look great. How your users interact with your site, and that the website does what your business needs it to are incredibly important to us.

  1. Inspiration boards

    We start with inspiration boards. They are a selection of existing sites which we ask you to comment upon – a great way to establish that we are all on the same visual page.

    Why do we use mood boards?
  2. Navigation

    Ideally, we meet to get the post-it notes out! We look into your ideal navigation for your customer, and establish the priorities on all the main pages of the site.

  3. Design

    Then, comes the design. We produce a design(s) that works for both your audience, and your business goals. With the aim to extend your brand and create a site that will stand the test of time.

  4. Prototype

    The sitewide designs will be sent to you as a prototype, so you can view the site on a variety of devices and refine decisions around content and calls to action.

  5. Build

    Once the designs have been signed off, we start the build process. We build our websites in such a way that they are easy to update, SEO friendly, and responsive.

  6. Training

    Once your site has been launched, we train you in how to use it. We have a pack full of common questions, and can arrange face to face training, if required.

Helter Skelter laptop
Helter Skelter phones

Branding a Circus Entertainment provider

We worked with Helena and Tor to design a website that brought their brand to life. Read case study.

Why a dozen eggs?

We design websites that are brand-led and are easy to use. Our niche is beautiful design with great finishing touches. Complex backend systems and server setups aren’t us. But, if brand is important to you, and you are after superb attention to detail – get in touch.

F365 laptop
F365 phones

Branding an health and welbeing supersite

We worked with Matt and Keris of Fitter Food to launch their membership site, Fitter 365. The site contains recipes, exercises and e-courses for their “fitties”. Read case study.

Building the new a dozen eggs website

A walk through our decisions when designing and building the a dozen eggs website.

Dale Stillman - 27/02/2018
Do I need to add an Opt In checkbox to my website?

GDPR is coming in May 2018 - is your website compliant? This article takes a look into all things opt-in checkbox!

Frances Collins - 07/02/2018
Growing brands through web

Website isn't just around making something look pretty - its around structure and navigation. Which questions do your audience need answered, and have you answered them?

Chris Pymm - 22/08/2017
Choosing your value words

How do you select your value words? Words that should represent you as a company and guide your decision making.

Frances Collins - 01/12/2016