We recommend a fresh look for websites every few years, making sure that it works for you at that time. Recently we worked with the Blacksmiths Arms in Broughton Mills to do just that whilst making it as easy as possible for them and keeping to the traditional look of their Inn. Click on the […]
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Happy Star Wars Day from all at Freshspace HQ! Only 225 days and counting until Star Wars – The Last Jedi. At Freshspace we have a lifelong Star Wars fan and a recent Star Wars convert so The Last Jedi is eagerly awaited. May the 4th be with you….
Happy International Women’s Day from Freshspace! Our Spotify soundtrack for the afternoon is ‘Women of Rock’…Barracuda anyone?!
Even prior to having a website, Brew Brothers had a broad social media following across Twitter and Facebook. Nevertheless, aware that they wanted to keep evolving as a business to support their customer base they wanted to be sure that they were truly making the most of their online process. We considered their approach to […]
With 50% of Freshspace Scottish we thought we’d pause to wish you all a happy St Andrew’s Day. We will of course be partaking in a cheeky Barr Irn Bru (read: whiskey) later on.
Given that it’s a been a good few weeks since my last post (that old chestnut of work getting in the way…) I thought I’d share a selection of photos I’ve been taking of the Autumn leaves that have blown in around the steps by St George’s Church in Kendal.
It’s interesting to see in the space of 2 weeks the changes in colour, plus the odd bit of rubbish that’s blown through. Much like the seasons we’ve seen our business change rapidly since we first started out since what seems like only last week.
Friday photo: Looking at cakes, whilst shopping for snacks at our local Spar shop.
Another unexpected visitor when working from home. On this occasion a cricket popped in to say hello.