Vanilla Active

Begun in 2004, Vanilla Active create bespoke web solutions from eCommerce to online competitions

UK, London, Borehamwood

Can't decide which website design company to choose? Let us help...

Key Facts

Clients & Projects: 1
Reviews: 0
Average reviews rating:
0 Stars

Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 1-5
Established: 2004
Joined WWDC: 2009

Services
- Branding
- Content and Copy
- Hosting
- Online Marketing
- Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
- Development

Advertise

At Vanilla Active, we specialise in bespoke web design solutions which are designed to fit in with your business needs.

Our background includes branding and graphic design as well as 12 years of web site experience, plus technical expertise of over 13 years including designing and implementing state of the art web sites.

We focus on sites that require content management meaning that you or a colleagues can update the site yourself 24/7.

We are a one stop shop from design to development and hosting. We offer several hosting solution depending on your requirements.

Industry Sectors

Consumer Services

Tends to work with

Entrepreneur

General location of clients:

UK, London but flexible

Recent Projects

  • Alchemy Bikes

    Alchemy Bikes
    http://www.alchemyperformance.co.uk

    The client offers bike parts to clients and needs to have the ability to upload thousands of products in various categories which is 100% content managed. We plug it into a secure eCommerce payment gateway and our client happily runs his business without further contact with us. Read More

Interview

Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Dynamic, innovative, professional, personable, creative

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : I would like to keep the company relatively small/medium sized. As a 'people person', I don't wish to lose site of real communication with my customers. Don't get me wrong, like any business, I would like to see significant growth over a 10 year period, but not just to get 'bums on seats'. That's what I did at the height of the .com boom in my early days helping the big wigs on their mission to double their staff every 2 years.

Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : I sat and did some brainstorming with a glass of wine! Creative juices flowing I wanted something (a word) that people would recognise, that people already like and make an association with. I wanted to create a creative company full of creative flavours and ideas on how brands should express themselves!

Read more