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Some of my web design clients from Teddington and nearby – and the sites I made for them


WPdirectdebit is a new low-cost way to take recurring and single payments via your WordPress website. We actually use it ourselves to set up regular maintenance payments for sites on a maintenance contract.

WPdirectdebit connects directly to your customers’ bank accounts via GoCardless. If you have a WordPress website, you may no longer need complex credit card or PayPal integrations and their associated overheads.

Togethernet designed, built and maintains the WPdirectdebit website. We also designed the brand.

Common And Kind

Common And Kind was born online in 2016, created to challenge division and prejudice and empower positive change. With participants from right across the world, they have staged four sensational concerts at the Union Chapel in London, each with a massed choir of 400 bringing together schoolchildren, refugees, asylum seekers, adult choirs and a sensational line-up of solo artistsThis year, the planned concert has been postponed yet workshops are still taking place online, and a worldwide single is to be produced: a unique version of Chinese folk song Mo Li Hua, bringing together singers and solo artists from across the world. The single is in aid of the UNHCR, the United Nations High Commission for Refugees.

Togethernet designed and built the website at no cost in support of Common And Kind.

Resolution By Design

Resolution By Design is a specialist consultancy that provides legal advice in disputes that can arise in complex construction projects. They required a new website to showcase the company’s portfolio of cases.

The site makes use of a technique called parallax whereby the background images can move at a different speed from the foreground, creating a 3-D effect.


Sponsorstars is a new charity with a mission to combat poverty in the UK, focussing on children of secondary school age who simply don’t have the money to pay for necessities such as a coat, sports equipment, stationery or a school trip.

Through Sponsorstars, you can sponsor a child by agreeing to donate a set amount each month (by direct debit) to pay for these basic items.

I designed and built the website and commissioned an illustrator – Kaajall Modi (kaajalmodi.com) to provide the striking ‘before and after’ illustrations on the home page.

The site accepts donations by Direct Debit. Another challenge was to integrate the application form with GoCardless, a payment processing company, so that direct debits could be set up immediately online, making the whole process smooth and efficient.

The Forgiveness Project

The Forgiveness Project collects and shares stories from both victims/survivors and perpetrators of crime and conflict who have rebuilt their lives following hurt and trauma.

Founded in 2004 by journalist, Marina Cantacuzino, The Forgiveness Project provides resources and experiences to help people examine and overcome their own unresolved grievances. The testimonies we collect bear witness to the resilience of the human spirit and act as a powerful antidote to narratives of hate and dehumanisation, presenting alternatives to cycles of conflict, violence, crime and injustice.

The website uses WooCommerce to provide the e-commmerce platform, and this is enhanced with a selection of plugins to provide additional functionality. Moving to a Togethernet Site from their previous web provider has saved the charity thousands of pounds each year.

Pulse Outdoor Media

Pulse Outdoor Media is a company that specialises in advertising within hospitals. If you’ve been to a hospital recently you are bound to have seen ads and leaflet dispensers for products such as Pampers, Vitabiotics, Wellkid, Macmillan Nurses and many more. It’s powerful, effective niche marketing. Their Togethernet site was designed to display their portfolio of product advertising.

The site is also regularly maintained under a monthly maintenance contract, which relieves the staff at Pulse Outdoor of the worry about keeping their website secure and up-to-date.

Worldwide Energy & Logistics Ltd

Worldwide Energy and Logistics Ltd (WELL) specialises in the safe transport of very large items around the world, with special expertise gained in the petrochemicals industry. If you need that oil platform moved a thousand miles, WELL can take care of it.

They approached Togethernet to design a new website and to revamp the brand identities for WELL and sister company Well Supply Chain Ltd.

The new website is now live, at well.uk.com

Some of the reasons I’m a fan of WordPress

The most popular content management system in the world

WordPress holds the largest CMS market share by far, with over 61% market share. You’ll always be able to find someone who understands your website’s CMS.

WordPress 61%
Joomla 5%
Drupal 3%
Shopify 3%
Squarespace 3%

Breakdown of websites with a clearly identifiable CMS, according to W3Tech’s survey of the top 1 million domains (as of 1 July 2019).

A massive range of extensions

WordPress is popular because it meets the demands of many users with its flexible framework which allows designers and developers to choose from a very wide range of plugins to meet your unique and specific needs.

You’re in full control

WordPress can be self-hosted which means you (and your developer) have control over your web server and every line of code that makes up your website. While you may not want to delve into computer code, it’s good to know that you’re never locked out; you have freedom to install your own software.  Not the case with less popular rivals Wix and Squarespace.

Designed for anyone, not just developers

Before WordPress became a popular CMS for website development, it was developed for non-tech savvy bloggers. So there’s tons of free information available online to help you with any aspect that you wish to take on yourself.

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