Our Blog / February 2018

Smithson Farm, Burnley
27th
Feb
2017

New Website Project - Smithson Farm

Smithson farm are a caravan and camping site based in Burnley, Lancashire. Smithson farm approached GillGraphics through our sub company Toxic Fish Media for a brand-new website. We also provided Smithson farm’s new website with images captured by Michael our in-house photographer. It was nice to work out of area and we look forward to working in Lancashire again in the near future.
Steeltech Kinetix
21st
Feb
2017

Client Website Live - Steeltech Kinetix

Steeltech Kinetics are a steel designer and manufacturing company based in Todmorden. Steeltech Kinetics approached GillGraphics for a new website to replace their existing 10-year-old site. We have also updated Steeltech Kinetics’ service and team information section and added some images captured by Michael our in-house photographer.
Lightbulb Learning
18th
Feb
2017

Client Website Live - Lightbulb Learning

Lightbulb Learning are a highly experienced consultancy company that are based in West Yorkshire. Lightbulb learning approached GillGraphics for a new website via a recommendation from a friend. GillGraphics enjoyed working with lightbulb learning.
GB Woodfield Commercial Vehicles
12th
Feb
2017

New Website & Branding Project - GB Woodfield Commercial Vehicles

GB Woodfield are a new local company situated in Elland. GB Woodfield trade commercial vehicles and provide maintenance. GB Woodfield approached GillGraphics for a brand-new website all new branding, a new logo and external banners to advertise their company. We will be working with GB Woodfield for the foreseeable future.
GBT
9th
Feb
2017

New Website Project - GBT

GBT are a local family run commercial kitchen designer and installation company. GBT approached GillGraphics to optimize their existing website, with the future intention of designing them a brand new one. We will be working with GBT for the ongoing future.

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