A very creative and innovative company with endless ideas for branding, websites and digital media marketing.
I am very happy that it reflects the values of the company and hopefully will now serve as a gateway to increasing the work that I seek to do with school leaders and teams.
Timely response and delivery, each and every time I request any type of service.
Andy suggested we had a meet up and he could show me the simple stuff which also makes the biggest difference and he would take care of the clever stuff. Since changing to Andy my views have gone up by 300% that is in 4 weeks .
The website looks great, we are really happy with the work that you have done.
Fantastic service- Love my web – nothing is ever too much trouble when i request tweaks and changes; Would highly recommend without hesitation.
Absolutely the best, would not go anywhere else. Fantastic in what he does and goes out of his way to make sure it is right. If anyone is wanting a website then he is the man for you! Couldn’t recommend highly enough!
I wanted to say a BIG thank-you for your time, patience and general support.
I was starting to “lose faith” with people prior to meeting you so thank-you for restoring my faith and going the extra mile!!
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