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80a High Street
Dumfries and Galloway
DG12 6DW

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Simon Winstanley Architects

Website design and development by Creatomatic


The project

Simon, from award-winning local firm Simon Winstanley Architects got in touch with us a while back for help with his existing website.

Although beautifully designed and visually striking, the site was built on a home-brewed platform, making it almost impossible for the team to manage in-house.  Publishing updates, adding new pages or images was a non-starter.  Finally, the site hadn’t been built with mobiles or tablets in mind – making it unwieldy to use for people on smaller screens (around half of all visitors, by our reckoning).

Our Role

Our recommendation was a Retrofit; take the existing design, content and structure, and simply lift and shift it across onto WordPress.  We built a custom Projects system to make the job of adding case studies and examples of their stunning work a doddle.

Coupled with a mix of our standard self-help WordPress video guides and the odd one specific made just for Simon and his team, new projects can now be added in a matter of minutes, without touching a scrap of code in the process.

The website now works seamlessly on devices of all shapes and sizes – from desktop to mobile – and has all of Google’s powerful analytics and tracking tools plugged in for good measure.

We’re delighted with how this one turned out, with a powerful content management system now powering what was an already gorgeous looking site.


More case studies

More case studies