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Obi Media

Web Design & Development

With a main focus on the web, we design and develop websites in several different technologies - WordPress or bespoke CMS sites for clients who want to edit and manage the website themselves, ecommerce for online retailers, and brochure sites where we update and manage sites on behalf of clients.

A perfect web solution is what we aim for - a design and flow suited to the audience that gives visitors the best web experience and a technology platform that is right for the client and their budget. We use responsive web design for viewing across platforms - PC or Mac, tablet or smart phone.

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E-commerce & CMS Websites

At Obi Media we design and develop CMS websites including complex web applications. These content management systems have databases and functionality which enables you to have greater control over your website, allowing you to update the website, from simple functions such as editing pages, to more detailed configurations.

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Branding, Design & Print, Ad Campaigns

Our designers provide the full range of design services - from illustration to brand identity, one off brochures to full marketing collateral, as well as business stationery, newsletters and catalogues.

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Marketing

We are involved in marketing projects and ongoing marketing management for clients. We're flexible and easy to work with. Our marketing service can include marketing review and planning, working with you to implement marketing activity, brain storming, implementation. We are experienced marketeers able to offer traditional and web marketing - search engine optimisation, emailing campaigns, PR, copywriting for websites, brochures, newsletters, e-newsletters and general consultancy to raise awareness.

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