AirComps is a part of Rheological. We undertake to supply air compressors and install complete systems to meet individual requirements including ancillaries such as dryers, filters, receivers, condensate management and downstream equipment. This ecommerce site was also constructed using WordPress. Check out the website here »




  Rheological are UK based experts in the industrial application and flow of materials such as Adhesives, Sealants, Lubricants and many other mediums. Products include hot glue guns, adhesive applicators, and a range of machines and spray equipment. This product showcase was constructed using WordPress. Check out the website here »



Pamela is an emerging artist, who is process driven with an experimental approach which creates unforeseen and interesting results. Her experience is within the built environment having studied Architectural Engineering, she then continued to work as a design engineer within this field whilst establishing herself as a fine artist. Check out her website here >>


Harrogate International Festivals


In cooperation with the Conrad Davies Company I’m pleased to announce the launch of the Harrogate International Festivals new website. HIF, who had previously being using Adobe Contribute, wanted an easier admin system and we decided WordPress was the way forward. Based on Conrad’s branding the site spans three areas – the HIF main portal, the Summer Music Festival and the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival.


Google Scary View

Continental Market, Harrogate Town Centre, 10am – 5pm

Have you checked out Google’s big brother view?  Damn scary stuff – hope you weren’t undressing when their camera car was passing. They’ve got street views of 25 major towns so far, including Leeds. Just go to Google maps and zoom in – then zoom in a bit more. Or test it out below. Thought I’d take a trip down memory lane and check out my time in London. The…


New dawn? Internet Explorer 8 released

You may not be aware of this but web developers hate Internet Explorer 1/2/3/4/5/6/7. No, hate is too weak a word. Despise, revile and abominate would be more appropriate. Why developers hate IE… When a designer builds a website he or she expects it to look the same no matter which browser it is viewed in. To this end there is a set of browser compliance standards. Firefox, Safari, Chrome…