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David Harber Sundials website
  David Harber

All David Harber's websites have acted as a showcase for very appealing products and have benefited from very high quality photographs.

The design progression is, we think, quite interesting.

It reflects the company's evolution from a maker of mainly small albeit beautiful sundials to a company producing sundials, garden sculpture and water features large and small for an international market.

 
 
 
  Samphire Restaurant website
View screen shots of Samphire website
  Samphire Restaurant

A number of websites designed by DesignForProfit are now offline. But we always had a soft spot for Samphire.

Samphire Restaurant was an ambitious attempt to sell West End quality food in a local neighbourhood. Sadly, the attempt failed — the locals preferred the cheap 'n cheerful Ethiopian restaurant next door!

DesignForProfit's website for Samphire was elegant and modern, reflecting the restaurant's style. It included an online reservation system.

Samphire's performance in the search engine's is a lesson in how search engine behaviour has changed.

This was five years ago, before the internet had really taken off. And with little effort, the restaurant was able to rank in the top three listings on the first page of Google for search terns like restaurant north london and restaurant hampstead.

Nowadays, such success would be very hard to achieve.

See our search engine optimisation page to find out what we could help you achieve today.

 
 
 
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