Web Site Design.


If any of the above apply to you the Lexicon Lifeline Web Design And Management Service may be of interest.

Our Web Site Design And Management Service is designed for people which have little time or limited expertise at the moment but need a web presence that is updated regularly. We have worked with many levels of web presence, ranging from replacing an existing website to creating an entirely new web presence (including building a website and assisting with finding web hosting, registering a domain name, submitting a site to search engines and so on).



The Lexicon Lifeline Web Site Design And Management Service offers the following features:



Our basic package will provide a consultation visit, production of a homepage plus up to ten additional pages (depending upon their complexity); however the package can be tailored to suit your needs as they develop. We will also advise you on hosting and domain names if you do not currently have your own.

For more information, please Contact Us.

Web Portfolio.

Our web portfolio is a preview of websites we have created for customers in the past, each tailored to their specific requirements. We can offer various design and development services that include anything from a small design change on an existing website to a complete overhaul. The below portfolio includes a short description on what the project involved as well as a link to their respective website. This page will be updated over time to reflect new projects that we have completed.


Wyke Primary School

A Wordpress-based website using plugins to allow secure areas for staff to share documents, newsletters to be uploaded and sent to staff and also the ability to add an important message to the website regarding emergency school closures and changes to after school clubs.

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The Minster Partnership LLP

HTML and CSS based website with a separate design for mobile devices to allow ease of use. Google Maps has been integrated to show the location of the company and CuteNews has been implemented to allow TMPLLP to update website visitors on news in their industry.

Website

St George's School

The school website required a refresh and an easier to use front-end and back-end. The new design was built on Wordpress using plugins for a main slider, class galleries and cookie statements. Wordpress was selected to allow the site to be built upon in the future, with the potential addition for pupil blogging in the future for example.

Website