Exeter

The Exe Estuary photographed by Andrew Butler

The Exe Estuary photographed by Andrew Butler

The Exe Estuary photographed by Andrew Butler

Photographed whilst banging along in a rib on the way to the River Exe Café .
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Leica M9 28mm Summicron F16 1/350

Mark Ormrod

Mark Ormrod

I had the unexpected pleasure of meeting and listening to Mark Ormrod talk this morning during a breakfast business networking meeting at Woodbury Park near Exeter.

Frequently one is left with little other than the aftertaste of poor coffee following such meetings, this one was a massive exception.

Mark spoke at length about his life experiences, it was captivating and inspiring. Further to that he spoke of the work of the Royal Marines Association (RMA), I would urge you to visit Mark’s personal website and that of the RMA.

I suspect few of us can fail to have been moved by Mark’s at time jaw-dropping sense of humour, whilst at the same time I imagine we have all been deeply educated and informed.

The injuries I sustained in Afghanistan changed my life…… but they do not define it….. The skills and qualities that I have learnt in the military are what got me to where I am today. I hope to use the knowledge and experience I have gained since that fateful day to continue down the path I am on, continue to learn, grow, improve and keep setting and reaching my goals.

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Commercial Property Location Photography & Brochure Design


Exeter graphic design company Design Credo have produced a commercial office brochure design for the Forum in central Exeter.

Working on behalf of Turner-Locker Exeter’s commercial property agency, the project has so far included photography, graphic design and print management.

The Forum offers a prime office location in central Exeter with excellent local facilities and close proximity to the Princesshay shopping facility

Property Photography

All aspects of the building were photographed by Design Credo including interior and exterior photography.
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New Mini-Site For Park5 by Design Credo of Exeter

Park 5 Website by Design Credo of Exeter

Exeter website design company Design Credo have created a new mini website to promote the modern office suites available for rent at Park5 near the M5 J30 Exeter.

Park5 benefits from a superb location at the gateway to Exeter with a great proximity to: transport routes, local commerce on Sowton, local facilities.

Companies involved in the overall project include Tiger Developments, Alder King and Haarer Goss.

The mini-site website is a quick loading liquid design based on a Matthew James Taylor layout. This fluid structure is quick to load and is tried and tested on the troublesome IE6 browser (many ‘corporates’ are still stuck in the IE6 dark ages). In addition code is structured to allow content important for SEO to appear towards the top of the page.

Search Engine Optimisation is of vital importance to any site. In a competitive market a site that can be found by search engines will ultimately reap dividends.

As part of this project DesignCredo have also undertaken:

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  • Location photography
  • Brochure/folder design
  • Print management
  • Signage design

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The website is deliberately designed to be a fast-loading mini-site and is part of a package that Design Credo are able to offer to commercial property agents, property developments and asset management companies.

SEO Exeter: Oodles of Googles

OK, it’s the end of a year, a time to take stock and a time to look forward. Design Credo design websites and perform SEO for companies in Exeter, Devon and the UK. We also specialise in creating WordPress websites but whatever the platform we believe that the sites need to be found easily by Google, so here are some of our top searches from 2010.
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New WordPress Website for Topsham’s pdm Architecture

pdm website

pdm website

Topsham based Design Credo have worked with Phil Domville-Musters of PDM Architecture to create a new WordPress based website. Although PDM had an existing site they were unhappy with the existing content management system which meant that they were struggling to update the site themselves. The brief for the site was quite simple,

Make one that looks like our existing site but works.

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