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Reactive Graphics

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Reactive Graphics is a leading London web design company. We offer a range of web design and web development services.

Languages Spoken: English

Employees: 1-5 Established: 2004 Joined: 2007

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Reactive Graphics is a full service website design and development company based in London. We offer creative design solutions backed by solid marketing principles. We are a small dedicated team passionate about providing an excellent service to our customers. As one of the top London web designer agencies we bring over a decade of experience to any project.

Industry Sectors

Financial & Legal, Public Sector, Recruitment, Media & Communication, Not for profit / Charity, Other, IT, Professional Services, Retail, Sports & Leisure, Building & Construction, Educational, Entertainment

Tends to work with

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

General location of clients:


Content Management System:

We offer various options for CMS depending upon client requirements. For the majority of web sites we offer WordPress or Magento. 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.

We Recommend:

Accountant: Fadden & Co
Lawyer: Coleman Coyle
Printer: Kall Kwik Wimbledon
SEO expert: Myles better ltd
Hosting company: Reactive Graphics

Recent Projects

  • Emagine International

    Emagine International

    Emagine International are a marketing company who transform big data into useful insights. They help align communication and the direction of marketing campaigns in order to make their clients customers feel understood, satisfied and valued. They pride themselves on the results that their work achie... Read More

  • Queenswell Junior School

    Queenswell Junior School

    We produced a simple WordPress website for Queenswell Junior School in London. Read More

  • KMW Architects

    KMW Architects

    KMW are an Architects firm based in London. Reactive Graphics produced a content managed portfolio website that can be easily updated with new projects and blogs. Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 14 Oct, 2014
    Company recommended by reviewer Very pleased with the illustration website Reactive Graphics created for me and the feedback I've received about it from my clients has been excellent. The site is easy and clear to navigate, loads quickly, and whilst it needs to ...  Read More

    Katy Jackson
    — Happy Apple Design Ltd, trading under Katy Jackson

  • Reviewed on 23 May, 2011
    Company recommended by reviewer 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

    A. B.
    — Keystone Group

  • Reviewed on 4 Jan, 2011
    Company recommended by reviewer 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

    Jim Adlington
    — Planks Clothing


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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Content Management System (CMS) - Putting you in control
A Content Management System (CMS) is an amalgamation of methods required to manage any work in a collaborative setup. These procedures can be managed manually as well as through a computer.

Web design trends for 2011/2012
It’s important that your web site keeps up with the latest trends. If it doesn’t, your web site may soon look out of step. We’ve compiled a list for both web site owners and web designers of what we consider will be hot topics in 2012.

SEO tips – How can I get more visitors to my web site?
This is a very popular question. There is a lot of work that can be done on-site to make sure that your web site is well designed and search-engine friendly but even once that’s done the real work begins.

Flash vs HTML5. Is it game over for Adobe Flash?
The market seems to be moving away from Adobe Flash with Apple’s decision not to offer Flash support on iPad and iPhone devices. HTML5 now offers a means to incorporate as much animation as you would typically require in a web site without using Flash so why would any web designer continue to offer Flash support? Here’s our opinion on the advantages and disadvantages of using Adobe Flash in web design today.

Which CMS? WordPress or Joomla!
Many clients ask us which Content Management System is best for their purposes, so we’ve shared our thoughts below.

Web trends 2013
This article covers some web trends emerging in 2013

Parallax Web Design: What's all the fuss about?
The biggest trend in web design at the moment is the parallax scrolling web design. Here at reactive graphics we can’t stop talking about it. With clients wanting to be ‘down with the kids’ and technology and design evolving at such a rapid pace, we thought we would offer you an insight into what the parallax trend is all about.

Online video content: The future of the web?
Some things are extremely difficult to ignore. Online video content is one of them. In a time of information overload we are all attracted to quick fixes and ways of gaining knowledge and information without having to spend hours trawling the web. The infectious world of viral video content is set to spread, grow and multiply globally.

Responsive Web Design: Just say yes!
We are moving in an age of high-speed digital developments and if you are not hanging on for the ride then you are going to get left behind. Sounds a little harsh, eh? Well with businesses noticing a 30% increase in their web traffic after investing bigger chunks of their advertising budget into lucrative avenues like responsive digital design and online marketing, choosing not to respond means that you are simply not responding to the needs of your clients.

Google announces mobile-friendliness SEO ranking change
As of the 21st April 2015 Google are altering their mobile search algorithm in order to determine whether or not your site is mobile-friendly and responsive. If you don’t fall under these categories then you will likely see quite a drop in your SEO rankings, meaning that if you were considering shifting your web site to responsive, now really is the time to act.