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Ardant Design

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Ardant Design offer Web Design, E-Commerce, Internet Marketing, Hosting and CMS solutions.

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Employees: 1-5 Established: 2004 Joined: 2011

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Ardant Design is a web design company located in Bridgnorth, Shropshire.

The majority of our client base is located across Shropshire and the Midlands, though we are happy to work with you regardless of your location.

Industry Sectors

Building & Construction, Professional Services, Not for profit / Charity, Retail

Tends to work with

Private Company, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME), Non-profit Organisation

General location of clients:

Shropshire

Recent Projects

  • Classic Carder

    Classic Carder
    http://www.classiccarder.co.uk

    Classic Carder are a family run business who build aesthetically beautiful and affordable wooden drum carders. Our brief was to create a new site which combined CMS and eCommerce systems to produce an easily updated information repository with an online store that could handle credit card paymen... Read More

  • Indigo Muse

    Indigo Muse
    http://indigo-muse.co.uk

    IndigoMuse are a newly formed business coaching company who wanted a subtle and minimalistic site that they could edit themselves. We worked closely with the client to create a stylish CMS site that matched the professional nature of their work. Read More

  • John Anthony Building Design

    John Anthony Building Design
    http://jabd.co.uk

    After identifying that many of his competitors' sites were confusing and poorly accesible, we worked with our copy writers to provide John Anthony with an informative, easy to use site that regularly receives praise from new clients. Read More

Articles

Ten Reasons to Leave a Website
When creating a website it’s vitally important to put yourself in the shoes of a typical site visitor – the key part of launching a successful website is to make sure it appeals to the intended audience. Since your site says everything about your company, you need to get the message right. The following tips will help to ensure that you do not frustrate, irritate or alienate your potential clients.

Chaning your Domain Name
A client has approached us wanting to perform a complete rebrand of their business – this has raised a number of points which may be useful to share. As well as requiring a minor rebuild of their website and stationary to reflect a new logo and name, the actual domain name will also need to be changed. At first glance this may sound as simple as purchasing a new domain and uploading the site files, but there are several points to consider before any alterations are made, as badly executed changes could be detrimental to your online brand and business.

Using Google+ for Businesses
Google’s latest venture into the world of social networking may be experiencing teething troubles, but Google+ could still be worth considering for your business.

Selling Abroad
Selling your products or services abroad can be a fantastic way of reaching new markets and increasing the reputation of your brand. However it does bring with it unique challenges which will need to be addressed before your international ventures can take off successfully. This week we will be looking at one of the first hurdles you’ll meet when establishing your brand outside of the UK.

Keeping up with the New Cookie Laws
After being given a year to bring websites into line with the new EU directive on cookies, the heavily protested ‘Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2011′ have finally arrived. If your business has a publicly accessible website you will need to make sure that it is compliant – with a maximum fine of £500,000 it is not something you’d want to fall foul of! Luckily, for the majority of web sites it will be relatively easy to comply with the legislation – this week we look at how to bring your site into line with these new ‘Cookie Laws’.