Name: Andrew Cox
Tel: 020 7471 8554
Address: Bedford House, Fulham Green , 69-79 Fulham High Street SW6 3JW London
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Clients & Projects: 22
Average reviews rating:
Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 1-5
Joined WWDC: 2007
Reactive Graphics is a full service website design and development company based in London. We offer creative design solutions backed by solid marketing principles.
Industry SectorsFinancial & Legal, Public Sector, Recruitment, Media & Communication, Not for profit / Charity, Other, IT, Professional Services, Retail, Sports & Leisure, Building & Construction
Tends to work withSmall-Medium Enterprise (SME), Private Company, Non-profit Organisation, Startup
General location of clients:London
Content Management System:We offer 2 types of CMS depending upon client requirements. For the majority of small business web sites we offer WordPress or Joomla. For clients with more demanding requirements and a slightly larger budget we can provide a bespoke CMS to cater for your exact requirements. Most of our clients find this much easier to use than an open source CMS or a product that you can buy off the shelf.
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Lawyer: Coleman Coyle
Printer: Kall Kwik Wimbledon
SEO expert: Myles better ltd
Hosting company: Reactive Graphics
Elizabeth Macleod is an interior architect and designer based in London. We produced a simple and contemporary responsive website with a WordPress content management system. Read More
Reviewed on 23 May, 2011
Reactive Graphics delivered an excellent service. I knew roughly the design I wanted for my web site but I didn't have the skills to implement it. Reactive have provided further marketing support since by designing by business car... Read More
— Keystone Group
Reviewed on 4 Jan, 2011
I want to say thanks for doing the site for us. It looks really good and we are really happy with it. I just wanted to say thanks very much for the hard work you have put in, thanks for putting up with me and hugh. I hope we can c... Read More
— Planks Clothing
Reviewed on 15 Apr, 2010
We have spent 3 years trying to get our website to reflect our brand and values and we have at last succeeded with the help of Reactive Graphics. They really understood how important it was to us that we got it right this time an... Read More
— Chartwell Partners
Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Creative, Experienced, Dynamic, Professional, Agile
Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : We intend to remain small and focussed so that we can offer a dedicated service to new and existing customers.
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