web design

An online brochure? A way of keeping customers in touch with developments? A way to make your company look bigger. You don’t need to be told that a modern business needs a website but you might not have though about the specific role it can play. MJC Creative have worked with clients to produce printed and online material in Japanese, French, Spanish and Russian to support English language versions for international marketing.

MJC can also organise domain names, hosting, email and IT support if you don’t have those available.

Homelingua spanish siteHomelingua regional sites visit site»
This is one of a set of websites built in French, Spanish and Russian to increase localised search-engine viability for this language tuition business. The sites are simple to update regularly by Homelingua’s regional marketing managers – this also improves SEO. The sites were redesigned to match the main corporate site (which is in English) whilst maintaining a less formal design and more lively content for prospective students and parents.
Site features:

  • bright, inviting design with rich content
  • dynamic blog layout
  • optimised for search engines
  • integral part of company’s marketing strategy
  • related sites built in Spanish, French, Russian and Japanese


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Halcyon HR visit site»
Halcyon HR needed a site to market themselves appropriately in a competitive market place. A professional site is an important part of representing themselves as a reliable and competent part of their clients’ businesses.



Spice Application Systems visit site»
Spice Application Systems provide highly technical equipment to some of the biggest names in food production. This site contains information for customers, is a resource for site engineers and is used heavily as a sales resource with movies and detailed product information.


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Charlotte Berry Silver visit site»
Talented local silversmith Charlotte Berry has a number of aspects to her business. She needed a site to exhibit her regular designs in jewellery and silverware and the individual commissions she undertakes. In addition to this she wanted to be able to publicise her jewellery school and to easily update the site with new work and events. The site also links to her Pinterest account so she can quickly upload images of her work and inspiration from her phone.


Straight PR visit site»
Straight PR wanted a site design which lives up to their name. Clear and bright, no nonsense. The site acts as a brochure, explaining services, offering case studies and testimonials. Straight PR keep in touch with clients through a news page. The news page gives prospective clients a better feel for what the company is involved in day to day and gives Straight PR the opportunity to emphasise individual projects. Site features:

  • Clean, bright colours and design
  • Brochure explaining services, testimonials, case studies
  • News page

 

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