Bournemouth Avionics are specialists in avionics, engineering and aircraft maintenance, providing a range of independent avionics, engineering, maintenance and support services, for both fixed and rotary wing aircraft from their base at Lee On Solent airfield in Hampshire.
Their new website is designed to showcase their services, with a change of domain to reflect their move onto Lee-on-Solent airfield, and their new engineering and aircraft storage facilities.
The new site also has an e-Commerce store for parts and equipment, which will be opening early in 2016.
DVisions has just launched The Moving Centre for AZAB Ltd. The website has a front end built in the latest version of Joomla, and features various price comparison engines for home move services. These include the custom built core AZAB lead generation software also developed for their other sites, Local Building Surveyors and Local business Advisors.
The design shares the same corporate theme used for the Local Building Surveyors website.
We have recently launched a new website for one of our neighbours, Elite Live In Care. Elite are a new company specialising in providing live-in carers for the elderly and disabled.
The new website is built in Wordpress with a custom design and theme utilising Elite's house colours.
We recently completed a fresh redesign of the Local Building Surveyors website.
The new site features a clean and simple layout with a "straight-in" call to action for users to find and obtain estimates for home surveys.
The new design is responsive (mobile friendly) and incorporates the new widget search functionality already used on the company's partner sites.
The Europe Direct Information Centres (EDICs) are an EU-wide network of EU information centres co-funded by the European Commission together with local partners. The local partner hosting and co-funding the Eastleigh EDIC is European Law Monitor in Eastleigh. The EDICs are intended to form one of the primary sources of information for the public and business community on EU policies and legislation, and form part of a European Union strategy intending to close the information gap between the EU and its public.
One of the changes for the reorganisation of the EDICs for 2013 is the requirement for each EDIC to have a dedicated website to promoting the current communication priorities for the European Commission, with the main priority for 2013-14 being the promotion of the European Parliament elections in May 2014, for which the new website will have dedicated sections from October 2013.