Blog

Tags Archives


You are currently viewing all posts tagged with Web Design.

New site created for energy-saving specialists

We’re thrilled to launch a new site for energy-saving specialists Clear World Energy. As business owners we want to do our bit for the planet; to know that we’re looking after where we live, and to see the bigger picture in order to allow our children and their children to enjoy the world in which […]

Read more

Promoting our clients

We believe that business is and should be about adding value. No matter who you work with the success that you have as a business will be predicated on the value and benefit that you’re able to provide your customers or clients with. When we build and launch a website for a client we don’t […]

Read more

Our Latest Websites

We’ve had a busy start to this year and we’ve been busy working with some great businesses from around the region.  Here’s a quick summary of our last three websites and with more currently in development be sure to come back soon and check them out! Constantine Bay Surf Store www.constantinesurf.com One of the best […]

Read more

Six frequently asked website project questions

How long will the project take? This is one of the questions we’re almost always asked.  When will I get my website? Of course every project is different but as a guide we usually deliver websites within a time frame of 4 – 6 weeks. The element that often takes the longest time is getting […]

Read more

Constantine Bay Surf Store website launched

  • http://www.mihidigital.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Constantine-PORTFOLIO-IPAD-small.jpg

If you’ve ever been to Constantine Bay in Cornwall you’ll know you’re pretty near the heart of surfing. Seven bays for seven days, sun-kissed sand and world class waves means this is an area that see’s it’s fair share of surfers flocking all year round. Just a few hundred meters from that sand at Constantine […]

Read more

Deciding on a web designer – have you met them?

The average company website is in place for an anywhere between three to six years.  A car is also owned by the average British family for a similar period before being replaced. Would you buy your car without having seen it in real life and taken it out for a test drive?  The answer for […]

Read more

This is a unique website which will require a more modern browser to work! Please upgrade today!