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Plug and Play Southampton

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Creative Web Design Agency based in Southampton. We help grow and develop businesses to become online leaders.

Languages Spoken: English

Employees: 6-10 Established: 2010 Joined: 2010

Best Of British Unsigned Latest Work
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Plug and Play are a Southampton based Full Service Digital agency who consult, design and custom build websites to enhance your customers experience. We specialise in delivering ROI on Digital Campaigns.

Industry Sectors

Retail, Media & Communication

Tends to work with

Private Company, Startup

General location of clients:


Recent Projects

  • Best Of British Unsigned

    Best Of British Unsigned

    Best of British, came to us with an idea – to create an online hub for artists and general lovers of raw and unsigned music to upload and listen to new and unsigned British artists for free via podcasts. Wesigned their brand logo and identity which became the underpinning style and format for the... Read More

  • LowRyders Advertising

    LowRyders Advertising

    LowRyders began life as a passing idea to advertise a live event in Southampton on a hot Saturday afternoon in June 2007. The event was a huge success but Lou Taylor the promoter and soon to be founder of LowRyders Advertising , quickly realised that if he thought LowRyders were an effective way to ... Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 21 Sep, 2012
    Company recommended by reviewer Unfamiliar with the daunting world of website design it was difficult to understand how I was ever going to accurately represent my business idea out there in hyperspace. Thankfully not only did the professional attitude of th...  Read More

    Matt Graveling
    — Best of British Unsigned


Responsive Web Design
Web design is a tricky business. It’s never been a case of ‘one size fits all’ and that is one of the reasons it’s such a fascinating industry. For a long time, ensuring that a site displayed correctly across the most popular browsers was the biggest head-scratcher for coders. But recently things have changed. With the ever-increasing popularity of mobile web surfing, designers are presented with a myriad of viewing platforms to take into consideration.