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Web Site Design

This is a bit of a sideline for us here at Bread & Butter Marketing, but something we enjoy doing nonetheless.  Our core business involves putting existing websites to work for our clients and installing the required code to take full advantage of the possibilities of social networking and online marketing.  On occasion however we have been asked by clients to start from scratch and build them a new website, or entirely redesign their existing site before we set to work on the online marketing.  A few examples of our work are given below.  Our design emphasis is on simplicity and functionality, and we believe it is paramount to understand your business and your potential clients before commencing work.  By doing this we can structure your site to match your clients' interests, enabling them to find the information they require much more quickly.  We are also acutely conscious of the need to ensure good search engine rankings for our customers, and the content and layout of our websites has been compiled with this in mind. Please take the time to browse our work, and contact us if you have a design project in mind.

Imaginosity

imaginosityImaginosity, Dublin Children's Museum, is a child-centred creative, educational & interactive space for children under 9-years of age and their families. It is a space for adults and children to engage in creative play. The exhibits are educationally designed to inspire life-long learning through play, igniting imaginations on the journey from curiosity to discovery. Imaginosity is a registered charity.

Brief

  • To replace the existing outdated site
  • To implement a CMS to allow ease of updating by non-technical members of staff
  • To provide updated information and pictures to visitors 
  • To include graphics representative of the interactive exhibits in the Museum 
  • To integrate a secure encrypted booking system 
  • To develop interactve floor plans 
  • To provide an easily up-datable calendar of events 
  • To integrate an e-mail sign up and distribution facility 
  • To integrate social media in a non-intrusive manner 
  • To Improve the menu structure and readability

Stephen Little & Associates

slaStephen Little & Associates are a well established firm of planning consultants based in Dublin. They provide town planning advice to all sectors of the market. Their website was outdated and proving difficult for any of the staff to update on a regular basis.

Brief:

  • To redevelop the existing website
  • To update the look of the site 
  • To provide an easy to navigate menu system
  • To provide a CMS so that staff could update the site
  • To integrate mailing list sign up and distribution
  • To provide a place to display recent news items
  • To showcase previous projects by the firm
  • To display images in an attractive manner

Kincardine Kitchen

kincardine kitchenBrief:

  • To create an online shop for the Kincardine Kitchen product range
  • To provide imagery of the products
  • To tell the story of Kincardine Kitchen
  • To place emphasis on the use of high-quality, locally-sourced ingredients
  • To incorporate the corporate Kincardine branding and link to the sister-site Kincardine Castle
  • To sell jams, cookies, chutneys and all the other delicious Kincardine Kitchen products

Jo Walters Trust

jwtBrief:

  • To quickly establish a website for people who wanted information on the Jo Walters Trust (timeframe 1 week)
  • To provide an online means of sharing memories of Jo
  • To provide a central point of information on the activities of the trust
  • To let people know about the life of Jo Walters

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Curran Gardens

curran gardensBrief:

  • To construct a site for a new landscape gardening company
  • To showcase previous work
  • To provide contact details and online means of contacting the company
  • To encourage browsing of the site 

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Kincardine Castle

Brief:kincardine castle

  • To rebuild the existing Kincardine Castle website which had been in existence since the mid 90s.  
  • To reflect the new corporate branding and colour scheme which had recently been introduced by the Estate; 
  • To showcase the Castle and Estate in a series of easily accessible photo galleries 
  • To generally improve usability, search engine rankings and online profile.

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