Website round-up

We’ve been working hard here at BWI. What follows is just a small selection of sites we have designed and developed over the last few months.

We have worked with the Guernsey Alzheimer’s Association since their inception in 2009, having designed their identity and various print items. We recently launched their new site, which is fully responsive, allowing it to be viewed on all devices, making it accessible to everyone. We included an integrated content management system which allows the association to update news, events and the diary.

alzheimers.gg


We worked closely with the Jersey Evening Post to develop Boutique Jersey, a concept that allows retailers access to an online presence for their stores. Building e-commerce sites can be an expensive process and Boutique Jersey opens this form of selling to all.

Whether shopping online or browsing before calling into the store, Boutique Jersey offers a diverse selection of products and services available from a range of quality stores across the Island.

Each Boutique has their own account area where they can manage their products, prices, fulfil their orders and also generate reports. Go shop!

boutiquejersey.com


We were commissioned to build a fully responsive content managed website for The Mayflower Penthouse, part of Ocean Village Gibraltar. The award-winning luxury marina-resort has steadily grown into one of the most prestigious and sought-after residential, yachting and business developments in Gibraltar and needed a high-end website to reflect this. Filled with impressive full screen imagery, this site is definitely worth a look.

 

News

BWI supports the Guernsey Literary Festival

The Guernsey Literary Festival gets a brand new look for 2017.

Mura Masa billboard in St Peter Port

We really like his music so were pleased to help out when we could.

Are you in the loop? Branding Jersey’s latest start-up

We created a dynamic brand identity for new accountancy start-up Möbius. This was a progressive start-up with growth ambitions, and they needed a fresh look and feel that translated beautifully both online and offline.

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