Set in Stone Mosaics branding & website
VisualChemistry has just launched an updated website & brand identity for John Corkill of Set in Stone Mosaics. John specialises in bespoke commissioned mosaics and describes them as ‘Mosaics for the modern world’. His creative and unique mosaics are a perfect feature for any garden, home, office or business. He is currently available for commissions across the UK and abroad. His studio is based in North Yorkshire. To find out more visit the new website.
Here is a short testimonial from John.
I got in touch with Paul Sheldon because i had a very basic website which i needed transforming into something more professional. He suggested that we meet up to discuss my ideas and requirements but unfortunately i was working away for 6 weeks and needed my website to be built within that time. This was no problem for Paul. We had 2 or 3 very constructive phone conversations where he offered advice regarding my ideas and how to transfer my domain name. He then set to work creating an amazing looking web site displaying my artwork and presenting my self in a professional manner. The web site was up and live before the end of month dead line which was a real bonus..!! I know he worked hard to make it happen….
Since returning from my trip away Paul has shown and taught me how to edit and update the website so now i have complete control.
Paul is very calm, honest and easy to work with. I trust in everything he has told me and advised me. I know he is at the end of the phone if i need any help or advise regarding my web site in the future. A great service…..Thank you Paul
I recently completed a website for the Leeds Junior football club a new start-up academy for Children in the local area, it was a pleasure to work on and below you can read a testimonial from the client. You can also visit the site here.
Daniel Lockwood-Jones | Football Coach at 5 Star Sports Academy
Paul was fantastic to work with, he took a basic idea and came up with an excellent look, feel and ease of use to our website which had to be both adult and child friendly. Dedicated and professional from start to finish, as a group we were very impressed with the relationship and service Paul offered.
Would highly recommend using Paul at Visualchemistry Ltd.
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photography credit: Francis Ware | Artist credit: Kate MccGwire
Kate MccGwire sculpture