Clients

Some of our website clients

British Legion – St. James’s Branch
St. James’s Branch is the biggest branch in the British Legion and represents members from all over the country. It runs its own events  and fundraising activities in addition to supporting the national organisation.
Markenfield Hall
The most unspoiled surviving early fourteenth century house in all England, situated just outside Ripon in North Yorkshire.
At Home in London
A London-based bed and breakfast agency which obtains over 90% of its business from its website. The site includes a comprehensive listing of homes which is maintained by agency staff.
Tockwith Show
A feature-packed website for a local Country Show featuring online ticket sales, Facebook page, News by Email and more.The website is highly editable using Content Management to enable committee members to maintain the site.
Green Howards Museum
We are privileged to have designed and built this website for the Green Howards Museum which includes an online shop, news and information about the museum and the regiment, a comprehensive listing of collections, a guest book where old comrades can get in touch and much more.
Lower Ure Conservation Trust
A website with many interactive and advanced features, taking advantage of a number of advanced technologies to add substantial rich content.
Chimneycrete
A website for a small company that supplies concrete chimney linings.
Friends of Ripon Cathedral
A small local charity.
Yorkshire Psychology Practice
Toby Wallis Communications designed a logo and brand identity and produced a range of company stationery and literature as well as the website for this private psychology practice. All material is updateable by the website owner.
Symington Family Port Companies
Toby Wallis Communications created a suite of over a dozen websites for this company which owns port, table wine and madeira brands.
The Vintage Port Site
A generic website containing comprehensive information about vintage port and including producer’s notes on every year since 1900, a vintage list, discussion forum and more.