FFLO is a landscape architecture practice specialising in the reactivation of public spaces; the construction of landscape installations; sensitive historic landscapes; and high quality gardens.
James and Claire needed a Website to support their landscape gardening practice (FFLO) by showcasing their work and deploying content to build awareness and authority.
Their existing website was out of date in terms of content and was not mobile friendly, they also wanted more visibility on Google, particularly to be found on google searches for historic landscape restoration and for the images of their projects to be picked up by google images.
They were looking for a simple, clean, image led design.
The requirement to be able to easily add new content was achieved by building the site on WordPress, one of the world’s leading open source web platforms. As James & Clare complete a project they'll be able to easily add images and descriptions of the work to the website.
James & Clare already had a very clear idea about how they would like the site to look and were keen that it was more 'scrolly' than 'clicky' and would be very straightforward to navigate. I worked with them to ensure these ideas would translate well into a user friendly, responsive website.
Hosted on fast, resilient servers the investment in the website is protected secured with daily site backups and malware scans. All our websites come with a FREE SSL certificate. The site is designed and built to look great whatever device is being used to access it.
Anne is very efficient, much more efficient than us in fact, and has made us an equally simple and efficient website, with some finely crafted details: Exactly what we hoped for, delivered without fuss or quibble. Many thanks.