Last month Hutchhouse was delighted to have been nominated for an award. As it turned out on the night… we won!
The evening was organised by Inca Accountants who are a major player for all things accountancy related. They have a huge client list and help dozens of small businesses in the Oxfordshire area. Their approach is both professional and personal which is why we’ve stuck with them for all these years. We take great comfort knowing our accounts are safe in their hands.
After 10 years in business Inca threw a black-tie event to celebrate their own success and to thank their customers. A fantastic meal was laid-on before the nominations were announced. It came as a pleasant surprise to have won the category for ‘Best Overall Business’ – just look at the smiles on those faces.
Being recognised for your hard work and continued business growth is always a great thing, so we have to thank the great team we have built up at Hutchhouse. We think we constitute the best digital agency in Oxfordshire and rival the very best in the country.
It’s been a great boost to the team and we’re over the moon to have this award. Thanks Inca!
It’s been a completely crazy time over at Hutchhouse recently. We’ve had the busiest summer on record having won a whole host of new accounts and subsequently, dozens of exciting new projects to get our teeth into.
As if we weren’t busy enough at the moment, the London office has just relocated to the heart of Clapham. Don’t get us wrong, we’ll still miss the busy/smoggy/expensive Soho area but we can’t help but be a little excited about the move. The change of scenery has already proved to be a good move and a great way to mix things up a little. Nothing like a change of scenery to keep the ideas fresh.
So if you happen to be walking down The Pavement and fancy dropping in – please do. We’re always pleased to see a friendly face
Thanks to all those that attended the responsive web design webinar on Tuesday the 28th of August 2012. It was great to share our understanding and experience of responsive design, thanks for your questions and feedback. We’ll be incorporating some of them in an updated seminar.
When having a website produced for your company one of the most important questions to ask is can my website be used by people of all abilities and disabilities? In this post we will be following a strict set of guidelines so your website will be accessible to everyone. Web accessibility is an important issue.
SEO (Search engine optimisation) is important because every second your website is not indexed by Google, you are missing out. Find out how Google is changing the way it indexes websites and how to take advantage of these changes in five easy steps.
Increasing website traffic through social media
They may seem to be the sort of websites that friends use to communicate with each other but social media plays an important business aspect as well. In the last six years the use of social media has almost quadrupled providing a free means for businesses to reach millions of people. Many users of social media are there to talk to friends. With the right attitude you can infiltrate a market of casual users by introducing your business into these discussions. Social media isn’t a fad; it’s a revolution.
Free Webinar: Responsive Web Design
Are you losing potential from your website because some visitors are turned away by a user experience that does not suit their mobile or tablet device? This is a question that every website owner should be asking themselves.
A study conducted by Google and Ipsos found that as many as 79% of top advertisers do not have mobile optimised landing pages. This means that these websites are almost certainly not converting their goals as effectively on handheld devices as on desktop computers. Responsive web design offers a very efficient way of tackling this problem quickly and effectively.
Join our free webinar to learn about responsive web design. Hutchhouse’s Managing Director John Stiles and the team will explore the features and benefits of this ‘device agnostic’ approach to web design and describe the key processes involved.
Are you losing potential from your website because some visitors are turned away by a user experience that does not suit the mobile web? This is a question that nearly every website owner should be asking themselves since a study conducted by Google and Ipsos found that as many as 79% of top advertisers do not have mobile optimised landing pages. By not being one of those people your site will be in the top 21% amongst mobile users and the rewards are huge as we will discuss.
The success of a website comes from its ability to engage with its viewers. Here we discuss the ways that you can make your website more successful for your business.