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Remnant Kings’ Fresh New Threads

Some may have noticed that the Remnant King’s online store has changed a bit. What started as simply a new look for the home page gained momentum and eventually became a rebrand of sorts for the entire site. Firstly, the RK home page got a facelift through the site’s main image slider being made full width to make better use of Remnant King’s great, colourful images of their product lines. By itself this gives a much more memorable and effective look ...
Posted by Ross on October, 8, 2014 at 2:59 pm | Tag(s):
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CDLH Visual Revamp

As CDLH grows itself as a business so too must their web presence. Recently, we have helped Alan Creevy and Peter Darroch meet their online potential with a redesign and revamp of the site itself. Accompanying the newer branding came a new look for the site with a more varied colour palette, typography better suited to the company via the Lato font family and better use of imagery. All of this spawned from and ...
Posted by Ross on April, 23, 2014 at 12:24 pm | Tag(s):
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A great end to the week…

The Become team have been busy as always this week but thought we’d share with you the new look to the Alpine Bikes homepage. Built on our Activecommerce platform, the team at Alpine now have a number of new templates to allow maximim use of their creative talents. Activecommerce showcases a bespoke template layout, with the team at Become quickly deploying client changes as required. I’m sure all the loyal Alpine Bikes customers will ...
Posted by Morna on January, 31, 2014 at 2:00 pm | Tag(s):
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Welcome to our new site…

We are Become and we are eCommerce specialists, developing and designing websites using our own Activecommerce eCommerce platform. We also love to use BigCommerce, WordPress, Expression Engine and many many more. We’ve been doing this for over 12 years and are excited by all things digital. We hope you like our new site, designed and built with love and care by Ross and his team.
Posted by Morna on January, 27, 2014 at 11:37 am | Tag(s):