Back at it again. Commonfolk were in need of new website. So we helped them out. Get those flat whites coming.
When you start a business, one of the first things you do is go and get yourself a website. Occasionally, you can manage without one for a while but eventually, you think having a website is probably going to be better than not having one. You'd be right there. So what happens when you're up and running, but you want to develop you website again? Our attention spans keep getting squished, so you not only need a working website but one that gets people to look amongst the sea on noise.
It was such a pleasure to work with the team at Merchant & Maker developing their website. Not only are they a great hospitality team, they're serving some of the best food and coffee on the Mornington Peninsula. Having just won the 'Best Bites' award as the Best Cafe on the Mornington Peninsula, we really wanted to emphasis that, and encourage people to see what all the fuss is about.
While the team at Commonfolk has the best coffee on the Mornington Peninsula and the locals could enjoy their offerings in-store and at home, those further afield were missing out. We redesigned the website from the ground up and put a store at the centre. Since we've launched we've seen significantly improved sales and web traffic. Not only do they serve great coffee but they have a fantastic initiative that helps their Ugandan 'neighbours' too!
So as a OneToo client, what can you expect? Why hire a Prickly Peter or a Dull Daniel when you can have a much better experience. We design all our websites with you in Mornington and around the Peninsula region of Victoria.
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