Big Toe Web Design is based in Edinburgh and provides premium web design services at affordable prices, including:
Harvest is a baguette and sandwich shop in Musselburgh that is rebranding...
We now design responsive websites! Responsive websites are designed to work perfectly and look great on smart-phones, laptops, desktops, tablets and wide-screens.
There are so many different screen sizes and devices available nowadays and people are accessing the web more often using mobile devices. It is becoming increasingly important that your website looks its best and works well on all kinds of devices.
For that you need a responsive website that adapts to the device that it is being used on - starting at £449!
The second phase of the National Ecosystem Approach Toolkit project is now complete... the NEAT Tree is now live in (fully functional) draft form and will be used as a resource for various projects which will then feed back on the toolkit.
It's a large project with over 20 collaborators including universities, the private sector and city councils and we're proud to be providing all the web work.
An updated version of the Irish Table Tennis Association logo is now complete...
The lastest 'how to' video in the Simplelists series includes animation and screencapture footage.
New logo For Yates Yachts is now complete - web design progressing...
Web design beginning on a new project for Edinburgh Anaethesia Festival - a medical conference that takes place in the heart of the city each summer. We're happy to be carrying out every part of the digital marketing and design for the EA festival.
Onsite SEO is being undertaken for My Eductaion UK, a new company that provides student exchange programs all over the world.
New video released as part of the monthly SEO package for simplelists.com:
New email marketing campaign setup. We've configured things so that when customers buy a Barnes Textiles product on eBay they are automatically added to the email list, from which they can promote direct sales from their website.
The new blog post for simplelists.com discusses how to channel customers to buy direct from your website rather than from eBay or Amazon.
We hope that you enjoyed the holidays - we're going to hit the ground running with lots of exciting new projects in the grapevine. Watch this space...