We’re immensely proud of these projects. Not only do they look great, but each one has a sales success story which means our customers made the right decision to use Jigowatt to help grow their business.
Already on the Magento platform Nina Campbell were disillusioned and frustrated with the inability to update parts of their site and needed a greater level of service from their agency. Although a multinational brand their online sales had been disappointing and had never really reached their full potential.
The largest independent provider of Building Surveys and Homebuyer Reports in the local area, HomeSurv, contacted our team at Jigowatt because they felt their previous website was outdated and no longer resembled their company image. Blending HomeSurv’s requirements with our expert knowledge of website design and usability, we came up with a solution that was simple, effective and met their needs perfectly
As a UK based manufacturer of particulate filter housings and elements, Classic Filters got in touch with us at Jigowatt after hearing of our expertise in the design and build of WordPress sites. The key objectives in designing a new website was to better optimise it for SEO, to have tighter control over the company blog and applications, and also to ensure that it was streamlined for mobile search.
Alice at ClothSpot came to Jigowatt for help getting her new startup online, like all start ups budget was an issue, we discussed a couple of solutions and decided that a WordPress eCommerce using Jigoshop was the way to go. After coming up with a new brand ID, we developed this further for the look …
Founded in 1871, Germains deliver leading edge horticultural seed technologies to the UK, parts of Europe, the US and China. As a growing multinational, they had felt that their existing site was inflexible and lacked the functionality needed to keep their clients up-to-date with their latest services and company information.
As a leading supplier of specialist seating and therapeutic equipment for the disabled, JCM had felt that their static and outdated website was no longer reflective of a forward-thinking brand that, in little over two decades, has gone from a small family business to a company that serves overseas markets.
Lids Direct is the UK’s number one online retailer of motorcycle clothing and accessories, with more than 10,000 items in stock at any time. A key objective in launching a new website was to make the browsing and buying purchase simple and effective for consumers, and to manage thousands of items effectively.
Total Health Clinics provide a wide range of complementary health treatments, with six locations in Cambridgeshire, Milton Keynes and Northampton. Like many businesses, they wanted a site which allowed them flexibility in adding new services, information and marketing channels, whilst maintaining consistent branding and design.
As Peterborough’s most established printing company, Fisherprint came to us with a number of objectives for the build of their new website.
The new site needed to give them the flexibility and control to allow them to market the many services they offer. To facilitate this, they also needed a greater product focus, with clear navigation to allow prospective and existing customers to quickly find the right section of the website.
Dougal’s Den initially asked Jigowatt to design and build a unique WordPress blog for them to write about their products and news. They wanted something fun and unique to set them apart from the competition. Jigowatt built the site, with a ton of great illustrations and a lovely, friendly design. After seeing the blog design, …
Duke University Learning Center based in Durham, North Carolina (USA) asked Jigowatt for a new responsive website with clearly defined design and content. They wanted the site to show the progress of their new building project visually. Jigowatt designed and built a responsive WordPress site with a custom progress indicator, gallery, and tweet feed. This international …
Sugar Shack are a London based baking accessories store who were frustrated with their current brand identity and online store. Jigowatt were asked to craft a stylish rebrand and a brand new Magento store for their business to grow. Opting to go for a chic 50’s look and feel with classic colour palette, Jigowatt wanted …
Founded by the Abakhan family in the late forties and with seven branches across the North West, Abakhan lead the market selling and distributing Fabrics, Yarns, Crafts, Sewing Accessories and Trimmings.
Jigowatt won the contract to design and build mobile templates for Johnston Press with over 200 sites including The Scotsman, Yorkshire Post and Peterborough Today. Working together with Atex who had built the infrastructure for their current websites this was a substantial project to manage and deliver on time and on budget. The team on …
We’ve hosted the popular Catholic web site Tengo sed de ti since it was redesigned in 2009. The previous design however was based on a premium WordPress theme and was more than a little restrictive. So, as the site has grown and evolved, it was time for a new beginning. As the site is already …
BSD Performance is a motorcycle parts and tuning shop based nearby in Peterborough. Their old site was extremely out dated and offered little in terms of maintainability, SEO or aesthetics. Jigowatt were hired to bring BSD Performance’s online presence up to date.
Online Ceramics is a start up business based in Peterborough selling handmade contemporary studio pottery.
Having seen the potential of online commerce with their current platform but being frustrated with it’s feature set, Zhu-Zhu commissioned Jigowatt to freshen up their corporate identity and design a new site based on the Magento platform.
The Faragher&Co. web site was a hugely ambitious Magento build. The client required features beyond the scope of Magento Community Edition which resulted in integration with several third party softwares and a plethora of custom programming to deliver a web site above and beyond expectations.
After developing a small web site to accompany a new book, John Avellanet (CEO, Cerulean LLC) approached Jigowatt with the task of redesigning his company’s primary website; ceruleanllc.com.
One of Jigowatt’s first clients and first Magento builds bikestop.co.uk has successfully grown and evolved their online presence exponentially over the last few years.
For many years Jigowatt directors Sandra and Andy have shared a working relationship with Phoenix – the official UK importer of premium motorcycle brands. The result is a team of people who have developed a passion for the brands and an understanding of the best way to talk to their customers.