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St. Tropez online store

Having only an old Flash based website, St. Tropez got in touch to see if Calm Design could help them launch an ecommerce content managed website.

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Hyde + Hyde Architects

Hyde + Hyde Architects needed tro convert their site from a Flash website to a content managed search engine friendly website.

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Fennemore Banks

Fennemore Banks came back to Calm Design looking for a complete company rebranding and overhaul to their existing website.

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SEO Success -

SVR UK Ltd had 2 sites that were performing poorly in search engines. Calm Design redesigned and developed both their sites, that now reach page 1 of Google for the keyword phrases they wanted.

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Calm Design in The Observer Future 500 List

Calm Design is very proud to be listed in Courvoisier's The Future 500 list, in partnership with The Observer.

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SEO Success - The Style Team

Calm Design successfully achieved the number 1 spot on Google for The style Team's website for multiple search keyphrases.

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The Activity Farm

Calm Design was asked to help brand a business' novel approach to providing a corporate event venue.

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Website legal requirements

Legal notice regarding   your website

  From 1st January   2007, all companies in the UK are required by law to display   certain regulatory information on their websites and in their email footers.   Failure to do so could mean they are in breach of the Companies Act and risk a   fine.

Every company must now   list its company registration number, place of registration, and registered   office address on its website. The information must be in legible characters and   should also appear on order forms and in emails. Such information is already   required on "business letters" but the duty is being extended to websites, order   forms and electronic documents.

Your website

  Your company's   website must include the following information as a minimum (from OUT-LAW's guide, The UK's   E-commerce Regulations).