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Joomla! CMS Support Case Studies

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Community Website: Yellows Independent Supporters Trust

Previously called Warrington Town Supporters Club

Warrington, Cheshire

Mobile friendly Website Design for WIREMAD | Warrington | Cheshire | North West | UK


Another great mobile friendly WYNCHCO website design!

Yellows Independent Supporters Trust (Warrington, Cheshire) were keen to redevelop their website for a number of reasons, not least the fact that their old static website was not easy for them to keep up to date, nor was it mobile friendly.

It was time then for a total makeover, and why not get a responsive website design that would enable Warrington Town fans to keep in touch with the Yellows Independent Supporters Trust before, during and after the match.

Business Website: SIMON Currugating Machinery Ltd

Runcorn, Merseyside

Mobile friendly website design for SIMON | Runcorn | Merseyside


Our first ever WYNCHCO website design!

SIMON Corrugating Machinery Ltd (Runcorn, Merseyside) contacted us to create a new website design for them which would perform well on smartphones & tablets.

Their new responsive WYNCHCO website design looks great on all screen sizes. It is more secure and search engine friendly too.

School Website: St Margaret's CE Primary School

Warrington, Cheshire

Mobile friendly website design for ST MARGARETS PRIMARY SCHOOL | Warrington | Cheshire | North West


Another great WYNCHCO website design!

St Margaret's CE Primary School (Warrington, Cheshire) were keen to redevelop their website for a number of reasons, not least the fact that  Joomla! Project support for the Joomla! 2.5 series ended in December 2014.

In addition, their existing website was looking rather dated.

Worse, it was NOT as mobile friendly as they would like it to be.

Parents and carers could not stand at the school gate and easily see what was going on in school from their smartphones.

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