We are always pleased to announce the completion of a new piece of work and we take great pride in sharing the news with you all. This week is no exception and it feels more rewarding being that we managed to complete a very large website project, that should have taken six months or more, in just three months!
With eight years of successful trading under our belt we have a portfolio of work that clearly demonstrates that we are versatile in the range of projects we undertake.
This week we have launched a brand-new website for east Surrey based Tandridge District Council, located in Oxted, just south of the M25 motorway, a large 300+ page web platform rich with information for a large residential and commercial community of over 83,000 people.
Having been invited to tender for the work we were successful in winning the project which was awarded to us in March 2017.
Within a three-month period, we have created a brand-new design for Desktop, Tablet and Mobile devices, assisted in devising a complete new page structure and set out most of the 300 pages of web content.
In addition, we have developed some bespoke functionality for the website so that the Tandridge team can manage various features and the ongoing maintenance of the content.
For a three-month time-scale this was a big project but one that we have delivered on time and on budget.
Head of Communications Giuseppina Valenza commented:
"Purple Creative Studio have been a dream to work with and from the outset nothing was too much trouble. They have been completely proactive in helping to drive the project and worked really hard to deliver this within the challenging and tight timescales we set – an amazing feat. We are delighted with the end result and now have a website which meets our users’ demands and makes the best use of modern technology."
This project has been a great start to what we hope will be a long and collaborative working relationship with Tandridge District Council and we will be developing other exciting enhancements to the site.
Why not visit the new Tandridge District Council website and see for yourself...