We regained our freedom in the summer of 2021 and how wonderful it was to travel, to attend festivals and shows and to resume life similar to that pre-pandemic.
We were delighted to be contacted by a number of new and exisiting clients who required website development and were encouraged by the new businesses we met who were setting up in a post-pandemic climate.
Many organisations with existing websites got in touch to discuss redesign work including The Friends of the Stockton & Darlington Railway.
The Modern Scrivener was created as a directory website for an educational coach whilst The Print Mine is an online shop selling the amazing work of the very talented artist Jayne Parker Johnson.
We did escape for a few weekends and even enjoyed a mini-break during a beautiful warm spell of weather, swimming off the Mull of Galloway in the calmest sea we have ever seen. Simply stunning.
And even during these brief periods of escape from the office, my laptop keeps me in touch with websites and the service level agreement I provide for the websites I host.
As we drew towards September all thoughts turned to Stanhope Show which was able to go ahead. I carry out a lot of work for the show and for a brief period event organisation runs hand in hand with web design, keeping me super busy. The show was a huge success with visitors and exhibitors relishing the chance to attend after missing a year in 2020.