• New Office Space
  • A New Team Member
  • Wimborne Community Theatre Website
  • Integration Projects
May 2017

Flyer created for Wimborne Rugby Football Club

demo picWebsite Design For Dorset are proud to support local community projects such as Wimborne Rugby Football Club. We created and printed 200 copies of this flyer to assist them in their current recruiment drive so they could be handed out at the bag packing event which took place in Waitrose, Wimborne over the May Day bank holiday weekend.

February 2017

New Office Space

demo picWebsite Design For Dorset are on the move! But we're staying within the same building at our current offices in Stone Lane in Wimborne. We are converting a previously unused space into a new useable office. So we can continue to create the beautifully designed websites we always have for our fabulous clients. We're hoping to be in the new office within the next 2 weeks, but we'll keep you posted.

October 2016

Wimborne Business Systems Welcomes a New Team Member

demo picWimborne Business Systems are very pleased to announce that Richard Clark has recently joined the team as an IT Consultant. Richard will be responsible for helping our clients with all their IT needs and requirements working in partnership with our clients, advising on how to use information technology in order to meet your business objectives or overcome problems. Richard joins us from IBM, where he specialised in working with Lenovo products. Richard has over 20 years of experience working within various roles within the IT Industry from Network Administrator for a Software Company, through to Web Development. Welcome to our team Richard!

October 2016

Is This a Website I See Before Me?

demo picThis month we were excited to start helping Wimborne Community Theatre with their website. The site is five years old but it contains documents, video and audio from productions dating back to 1991. The group create performances in unusual outdoor venues or non-theatre buildings. Performances are original works involving schools, colleges and community groups with performers aged 6 months to 89 years. For example, in 2011, they put on The Great Rinsing, which was staged in collaboration with Bournemouth Water in Wimborne’s Victorian Pump House. The site runs on WordPress and integrates with MailChimp and Google Docs. We are helping with hosting, maintenance, and training. Image shows the production Bare Bones which was staged on Hambledon Hill, near Blandford.

September 2016

Integration projects (or how to connect Thing 1 and Thing 2)

demo picIf you’re a small business, how do you connect Thing 1 to Thing 2? These are the kinds of projects that get us excited at Website Design For Dorset because it can be relatively simple to add real value to our customers by making two systems work together. In the industry these are called “integration projects”.

Examples of small scale integration projects we’ve delivered in the last year have involved connecting up these services and databases:

  • Facebook
  • Outlook
  • Xero
  • MailChimp
  • Sage
  • Our own CRM product
  • Slack
  • WordPress
  • Esendex

In some cases we will use an API or ODBC. But it’s sometimes a case of just wiring up a to a service like IFTTT or Zapier.

And this week two more opportunities for connecting things together have come in, so we’re looking at starting some more integration projects very soon.

Lets discuss your project!

We are a team of specialists each with our own are of expertise situated in Wimborne. We are open to visits by appointments so please contact us now so we can arrange to meet and get a FREE consultation.

Website Design 4 Dorset, Shears Building, Stone Lane Industrial Estate, Wimborne, BH21 1HD