Cemaes Community Website

Cemaes community website

Some projects are a labour of love! We designed and built a website for Cemaes and the surrounding area to

  • Showcase the places, shops, accommodation and attractions that the area has to offer
  • To provide information to local residents and visitors alike about what is going on in the area

The website has sections for places to see, stay, eat and drink, a local business directory and a section for the many and various local clubs, groups and societies that people can get involved in.

If you want to know where to stay, how to get a mooring, when the table tennis group meets, then this is the site to go to.

The aim is for the entire website to be bilingual, but this is a work in progress.

Cemaes website is absolutely fantastic! Such a brilliant site!

-Gwyn Williams, local resident

Ty’n Llan Holidays

Ty'n Llan Holidays

Ty’n Llan Holidays needed a new modern website that would work well on mobile phones and that they could easily update themselves. They also wanted to be able to take bookings directly through the website.

The resulting site allows them to take deposits from bookings made directly through the website, add bookings taken elsewhere e.g. but phone, and see at a glance which properties are booked when. Each property has its own page with a selection of photographs, a full list of facilities and a detailed description. There are also detailed directions for how to find the properties and a guide to some of the local attractions.

We are delighted with the website, thank you.

-Ann Robbins, Ty'n Llan Holidays

Cemaes Boat Club

cemaes boat club

Cemaes Boat Club are the custodians of the classic lifeboat Charles Henry Ashley. They both maintain the boat and whenever possible sail it. The club wanted to update their old website, which contained lots of valuable information but which was not mobile friendly. They wanted a new modern look to help them attract new memebers and better advertise everything the club does.

The resulting site takes it’s styling from the colours of the boat itself, and allows club members to log on and manage their own bookings on the various dates. Club officials can easily add and edit content, check that a sailing date has sufficient crew to be safe, and, if necessary cancel a sailing date altogether knowing that people booked on to that trip will be notified.

We're delighted with this new look.... and many thanks to Janet Cross at 'Monality Web Design' for her IT expertise and skilful patient training.

-Marilyn Downs

Outdoor Alternative

Outdoor Alternative website design

The brief was to design and build a new website for Outdoor Alternative, an eco award-winning Group Accommodation business in Rhoscolyn, Anglesey. The clients wanted a clean, modern design that used lots of photographs to communicate the beauty of the location and the practicality and attractiveness of the amenities. This was a very collaborative project from the start, with the clients working out what information they wanted to have on the site and how it should be organised, and even having some strong ideas about the design.

Our role was to bring these ideas to life in a way that would work well whatever size screen was being used to view the site. It was particularly important that the site work well on mobile devices, since lots of the people likely to access it will be on holiday, and will therefore using smartphones rather than desktop computers. 

It was also very important that the clients be able to add, edit and remove content themselves,  so as much work was done on the admin side of the site to make this as straightforward as possible as on the design itself.

Really pleased with the website, thank you for your patience working with a 'non-techno'. You managed to make me feel part of the process and feel able to manage the day to day running of the website.

-Jacqui Short