Name: Kate Little
Tel: 0131 668 0800
Address: 181 Pleasance, EH8 9RU Edinburgh
Clients & Projects: 25
Average reviews rating:
Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 6-10
Joined WWDC: 2009
We're a dedicated ecommerce web design agency and if you want to make an impact selling online, you should talk to us.
Industry SectorsRetail, Other, Sports & Leisure, Not for profit / Charity, Automotive, Food & Drink, Health & Beauty, Consumer Services
Tends to work withCorporation / Public Company, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME), Public Sector, Non-profit Organisation, Startup, Private Company
General location of clients:UK
Content Management System:Digital Six developed a CMS used effectively by organisations including Alligator Storage and Cheynes Training to manage their websites. Digital Six team can also develop sites using hybris, Magento, Wordpress, Drupal and Shopify. Specifically we have over 6 years in e-commerce and have developed software in use by businesses large and small to manage millions of pounds of e-commerce transactions per year. Our software is called Ch-Ching.com
The Whisky Barrel
The Whisky BarrelÂ® (TWB) is an online specialist whisky shop based in Scotland's capital city. This website is targeted to customers outside of the UK and it was re-designed and launched in 2012 to cater for these audiences. a UK version of the site exists under the .co.uk domain. Read More
Reviewed on 10 Nov, 2009
Channel 6 are a fantastic web design and development company. The best I have worked with (and I have worked with many!). Channel 6 understand good creative and are very adept at translating design requirements into graphics and a... Read More
— The Tanfield Group Plc
Reviewed on 5 Nov, 2009
We had a good relationship with the web designers. They communicated well with us and took our ideas and requests into account as well as providing their own insight and suggestions. We were updated regularly about the progress of... Read More
— Castle Craig Hospital
Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : fun, young, creative, technical, smart
Google Shopping - Recent Changes
Google has recently introduced a number of changes to Google Merchant shopping which require webmasters and online retailers to update their shopping feeds to include the many new attributes in order to be listed in the shopping portal.
Google Shopping UK Update 2013
As we highlighted last year, Google is making moves by rolling out its anticipated Pay To Display In Google Shopping for the UK in the early part of this year. Currently, UK ecommerce merchants display their products for free in Google but this will soon change with the introduction of Googleâ€™s Pay To Display Ads which will be based on a pay per click model. More information on all of this can be found on our previous post on this subject â€“ Pay To Display In Google in 2013.