HeadRed

Headred is a full web design agency based in the heart of Coventry, the Fresh media agency offer a range of services

UK, West Midlands, Coventry

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Key Facts

Clients & Projects: 5
Reviews: 2
Average reviews rating:
4.7 Stars

Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 6-10
Established: 1999
Joined WWDC: 2007

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Services
- Branding
- Design
- Hosting
- Online Marketing
- Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
- Development

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Headred is one of Coventry’s leading web design agencies offering a range of services including web design and online marketing. Based in the heart of Coventry we are though of as one of the leading agencies in Coventry and we work hard to ensure we have a strong relationship between small and large companies who need web design services

Industry Sectors

Retail, Professional Services, Sports & Leisure, Public Sector

Tends to work with

Private Company

General location of clients:

UK

Technologies Used:

PHP
(X)HTML
CSS
mySQL
ASP
Flash

Content Management System:

Head LINER is a Content Management System designed to make updating pages within your website as easy as writing a Word document. Latest news, press releases, and even contact information on the site can all be updated quickly and easily.

We Recommend:

Accountant: M K Horsley & Co

Recent Projects

  • Palletline Plc

    Palletline Plc
    http://www.palletline.co.uk/

    Palletline Plc are the UK's leading palletised distribution specialists. If it's on a pallet, they can handle it - safely, reliably and cost effectively. Read More

  • Melville Teamwork

    Melville Teamwork
    http://www.melvilleteamwork.co.uk/

    Teamwork is the bespoke stand design-and-build division of Melville. Its focus is on exhibitors. Teamwork provides cost effective solutions to space-only exhibiting offering a variety of custom build (traditional) and modular exhibition stands. Read More

  • West Midlands Technology Network

    West Midlands Technology Network
    http://www.wm-technet.co.uk/

    The West Midlands Technology Network is a collaborative project that offers product design and manufacturing advice services free of charge, to eligible small to medium enterprises within the West Midlands region. Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 8 Jun, 2011
    Company recommended by reviewer From the offset Headred provided me with information and advice on how my Website would work and they were very helpful the web design services they have given me have been second to none and I would highly recommend them to anyon...  Read More

    Kevin
    — Online Tile Shop

  • Reviewed on 29 Jan, 2007
    Company recommended by reviewer To say we have been happy with the results would be an understatement. HeadRED have helped us to create a highly profitable business in a very short space of time. Their expertise and advice at all stages of the site’s productio...  Read More

    Anon
    — Belt:Me

Awards

Belt:Me - 08/03/2007

Interview

Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Friendly, experienced, knowledgable, reliable, quality

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : HeadRed is constantly growing and we are planning on investing a great deal of time and money into developing young talent. In 10 years we hope to be recognised nationwide as one of the premier new media agencies in the UK.

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Articles

The death of the high street
Over the last few years attitudes towards online shopping have gone through a seismic shift.

Get yourself discovered
Over 70% of websites are discovered via a search engine, so it is vital that your website ranks strongly for all relevant phrases.

Online Retailing hits all-time high
A recent study by Verdict Research has shown that the growth of online retailing is at an all time high.

Summer washout sees a deluge of online sales
Research from the Interactive Media in Retail Group (IMRG) has revealed that Internet sales rose to £4.2bn in July, up from £2.34bn in the same month a year ago.

Online Spending to top £40 billion
Cheaper broadband and faster Internet access are boosting spending online to an expected £40 billion in 2007.

Christmas Shoppers Prefer to Surf
An early poll done by retail specialist, Actinic, into Christmas trading results has found continued growth in shopping online.

Web pirates to face the music
The UK government is currently considering plans to cut the internet access of people who go online and illegally download music and films.