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Most people these days – from sole traders through to major corporations, community organisations, volunteer groups and charitable institutions – realise the value of a professional online presence.
To the web development team here at Scribblevision, that means combining creative design with extreme usability and the latest technology. It’s a heady mix that results in a beautiful looking website that’s just as accessible on your mobile as your PC, and where you’re only three clicks from the website’s every nook and cranny. The Winey Cow is a case in point.
The Winey Cow is stylish yet rustic wine bar and cafe where every element of the business – from the wine list to the decor – is carefully employed to create an atmosphere of warmth.
We wanted to create a website that reflected and extended the business’s identity. We started with The Winey Cow’s branding, drawing on the stylish, almost industrial atmosphere of the venue itself to create a brand that was as unique as it was recognisable.
We mapped out the website’s framework, added valuable elements such as social media interactivity, installed an online enquiries form and employed technologies to boost security and optimise for search. We added valuable content – photo galleries, menus, news items and other general information – before testing, testing, testing, to make sure everything worked as it was meant to.
The result? Why not see for yourself. We reckon The Winey Cow website is as good as the establishment’s own tasty offerings. Which is how a website should be.