Following on from an exciting rebrand which included a new name for the 30 year-old dance charity, Powys Dance, we helped the team to redevelop the website to match the new look. We also needed to transfer all content from their existing Squarespace website as part of the process.
The Fountain Inn is a traditional 14th century public house located in the heart of the small market town of Builth Wells. To coincide with a rebrand project, we were asked to develop a new website for the high street.
Caer Beris contacted us in the autumn of 2018 with the view to revamp their existing website and brand. The main focus of our website brief was to offer an impression of affordable luxury, showcasing the natural charm of the hotel’s rural setting in Mid Wales.
In 2018, JR industries were taken through a full rebrand project to better reflect the growth and reputation of the South Wales based manufacturing company. As part of this process, PixelHaze were brought into the project to revamp and expand upon their ageing website.
We worked closely with the brand designer, marketing team and Technical support and Welsh translation team to deliver a refined and modern Interface for the new website, to integrate with the new company branding..
The task attributed to PixelHaze was to create an authentic website which would assist with the promotion and sales of their Welsh Mountain Moonshine range. The website required a simple layout to ensure customers can easily navigate through key pages.
DEAL (David Evans Agricultural Ltd) had an ageing website that was both tired and difficult to update. They also required a full re-brand with assistance with the roll-out across all marketing and communications material.
The brief was to create a new brand identity and website for Williams Building Contractors, ensuring that the logo design would be easily adaptable across multiple platforms including signage, literature and for vehicles.
During a two-day workshop, we developed a brand to tie in with the overall theme for Jeremy's recent publication. We constructed a content manageable website (CMS) to provide a front of house for his service offering.
PixelHaze were contracted to revamp the existing 5C Services website presence, shifting the focus to their client orientated and team approach to IT support. Additionally there was a requirement for fresh photography for the 5C Services team and clients.
Our brief was to revamp the existing website and develop a modern, easy to navigate presence that would help to showcase the range of Mid Wales tours. It was also essential that the website should work seamlessly with mobile devices and tablets.
PixelHaze collaborated with Have Design & Hospitality to develop a brand new online presence for new owners Dawn & Paul. The main aim was to provide potential customers with a clear idea of everything the pub has to offer, from real ales and home cooked food to accommodation.
PixelHaze have worked with Luke Davies on a weekly basis through the company inception, branding process and the gradual development of the website. We have now reached a stage where the first version of the website is now live.
PixelHaze enjoyed the challenge of updating the existing, dated website in to a streamlined online presence for the pub. The project involved a full online make-over, content adjustmetns and an on-site photo shoot for communal areas and the comfortable 3* B&B rooms.
A Handful of Hats provide fantastic party ideas for fetes, fun days and festivities of all kinds. If you are looking for daring entertainment or themed events, whether you need a Master of Ceremonies, Street Entertainment, Cowboy or even Wild West, they have you covered.
PixelHaze were contracted to lead a two day workshop to modernise the existing brand, source professional photography and create a full content managed website to showcase their service offering and case studies.
Career VIP contacted PixelHaze to carry out a two day workshop to deliver a mobile friendly content management website, providing flexibility for it to grow in line with the business. The website needed to be clear, corporate and easy to navigate.
During an a complete 4-day project (including 3 days on site at the restoration centre in Penarth), Pixelhaze worked alongside Glamorgan Classic Cars to provide a new logo design, website and website admin training.
S Rowlands & Sons worked closely with PixelHaze to develop a new online presence to match their existing logo and colour scheme. The website needed to be quick and simple to navigate, clearly presenting the specialist machinery (including the new vibratory mole plough) and scale of live projects.