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Complete website upgrade for Pioneer Contractors

In late 2010 Evolution worked with Hayley and Andy at Pioneer Contractors to build their first website along with a new logo and colour scheme. The website was launched early in 2011 and intended to be an first point of contact and easy to introduction to their business services which were initially mainly based around their  Continue Reading »

Brand development marks 5th anniversary for AWS

Some industries are more competitive than others and one way to gain a reputation is to work within a niche market as AWS Recruitment did for the past five years. Once AWS Recruitment had built up their credentials in the Not for profit sector they found that they were in demand in other areas of business too.  Continue Reading »

RamsayCornish.com now with added blogging & live online bidding

When you have a great story to tell a Blog can be the best way to promote it. The evolution of the Edinburgh-based Auctioneers and Valuers website has moved on another leap with the addition of two major new developments. The RamsayCornish.com website now has an Auctioneers Blog as way of gaining and retaining site  Continue Reading »

Get responsive – Google’s ‘mobile-friendliness ranking’ boost is here!

By Neale Gilhooley (updated 30/3/17).  We are all aware of the impact that mobile devices (mobiles, tablets and even wearables) have on website usage, especially when we view our own webstats. Now it is official that Google are putting more emphasis on mobile friendly or responsive websites in this rare announcement ‘expanding our use of mobile-friendliness  Continue Reading »

New Play Practice website looks like child’s play

When we were commissioned to design the first website for Play Practice in late 2007 it was for an independent firm well known for the design and installation of children’s play grounds and play parks.  The site has a large portfolio of work stretching from the north of Scotland to the northwest of England. Now a  Continue Reading »