Design / Development / eCommerce
Chillaxx offer over 1000 quality bean bag chairs and floor cushions through their simple to use ecommerce store.

Chillaxx required a website which combined both form and function to entice visitors into buying their products. The new launch helped lift sales dramatically.

We created a unique and engaging navigation design which represented different bean bags by shape, a feature unique to their industry.

Chillaxx Bean Bags

David Leighton Music

Design / Development
David Leighton is a songwriter, producer, mixer and engineer who works with any style/genre of music or artist.

David came to us with a simple objective; to create a website which reflected his unique musical ability.

We worked closely with David during the course of his design and has since recommended us to many of the artists he works with at his studio in London.

David Leighton Music Top

Pixel5 Studios

Design / Development / SEO
You might recognise this one? We thought it would be great to start the new year with a new site.

Our objective was to clearly illustrate the services we offer and how those services can help you achieve your web ambitions, no matter their scale.

We had a lot of fun designing the all new Pixel5 website. We used it as a training experience, helping us develop our knowledge with regards to all the latest web technologies and trends.

Pixel5 Web Design Studios


Design / Development
ePictureFrames is part of the UK's largest picture frame company, with over 150,000 customers they needed a website which reflected their market position.

ePictureFrames sell bespoke and ready made picture frames online and requires a very simple, wizard like interface to guide people through the sometimes tricky process.

After a successful website launch, Pixel5 was retained to create digital marketing material including HTML emails and landing pages.



Design / Development / SEO
Delighted with our previous work the company behind ePictureFrames came back and asked us to do a second website for them.

The Picture-Frames website uses much of the same back end as the ePictureFrames website we had created earlier in the year but had a radically designed user interface to help capture even more customers.