Realising Designs Limited

Website design and digital media company serving clients in Kent and South London

UK, South East, Whitstable

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Key Facts

Clients & Projects: 17
Reviews: 5
Average reviews rating:
4.6 Stars

Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 6-10
Established: 2005
Joined WWDC: 2009

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

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We are a website design and digital media company serving clients in Kent and South London.

We work with clients to develop their web presence and design branding, print and video materials to match.

We offer bespoke solutions to our clients, whatever their budget and whatever they are looking to achieve.

Industry Sectors

Educational, Retail, Tourism & Travel, Media & Communication, Entertainment, Health & Beauty, Building & Construction, Sports & Leisure, Professional Services

Tends to work with

Public Sector, Private Company, Non-profit Organisation, Startup, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME), Entrepreneur

General location of clients:

Kent and South London

Content Management System:

We work primarly with Joomla CMS for brochure websites and OSCommerce of Actinic for e-commerce websites. Where the requirements are more bespoke we will develop a bespoke CMS or work with Joomla, Wordpress or Drupal depending on which suits the particular requirements best.

We Recommend:

Accountant: Proactive
Lawyer: Bishop & Sewell
Printer: Sense Creative
SEO expert: Hogtronix
Hosting company: www.altaire.com

Recent Projects

  • Mirror Man Greenwich

    Mirror Man Greenwich
    http://www.mirrormangreenwich.co.uk

    In August 2009 a local furniture designer from London with years of happy customers wanted to move online for the first time. We built them a photo-rich brochure website with a simple content management system. Read More

  • Bliss Crowd

    Bliss Crowd
    http://www.BlissCrowd.com

    In August 2009 we were asked to design a website for a new singles party company Bliss Crowd. Looking to attract young city professionals they needed a clean sexy design. We designed the website around a custom CMS allowing the client to take orders online. Read More

  • Opera Britannia

    Opera Britannia
    http://www.opera-britannia.com

    Noticing a gap in the market our client decided he wanted to launch Opera Britannia, the UK'a foremost authority on all things Opera news, reviews and views. They wanted a great design and a simple CMS, which they got and will now be working with us to promote the website online and off. Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 20 Nov, 2009
    Company recommended by reviewer Andrew Davison (Move Ahead) has been invaluable in helping with the design of the new RoundOne student enterprise site, and always let me know what was happening and answered all my queries in very clear, jargon free way. I am ver...  Read More

    Tracy Crowther
    — University of Kent, Kent Innovation and Enterprise

  • Reviewed on 11 Nov, 2009
    Company recommended by reviewer I was really happy with the process from start to finish. Move Ahead Design worked with us to completely overhaul the look and feel of our website. and did a great job. Since re-launch we have had nothing but positive feedback and...  Read More

    Sam Edgar
    — Kent Student Union - inQuireLive.co.uk

  • Reviewed on 11 Nov, 2009
    Company recommended by reviewer Once again we have received outstanding service from Move Ahead Design. Our site had been in need of an overhaul for some time and they took a demanding brief and a tight deadline and turned around something that the whole team ha...  Read More

    Jamie Stephens
    — Kent Student Union - CSRfm

Awards

HSBC - 2007
HSBC Unipreneur Award 2007 (Shortlisted)

Interview

Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Giving clients the absolute best

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : With the same working philosophy, bigger client list (and maybe a bigger office!)

Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : After a long time spent locked in my room with a pad of paper. It also had a lot to do with what .com domains were still available in 2009 and the fact that MAD has a ring to it!

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Articles

Are you making good use of LinkedIn?
An article exploring 5 tips for using the social network LinkedIn to promote your website and business.

Adding a connection on LinkedIn if you've never met them
An article that looks at argument for and against adding a connection on LinkedIn if you've never met them.

Are you tweets heading for oblivion?
Some quick tips on using Twitter to your advantage.

Google's move into realtime search.
A look at Google's recent move into realtime search.