WORDPRESS & MAGENTO DEVELOPMENT

Websites and ecommerce solutions that achieve more.

What we do

We help ambitious businesses grow their credibility, visibility and conversions so they can achieve more.

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How we do it

We are specialists in designing, developing and supporting WordPress and Magento websites and applications.

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Why Appeal?

We are development and technical delivery specialists with all our work produced in-house by our Bristol based team.

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Working with Appeal

We work with our clients in a number of key technical areas to become an extension of their marketing team.

about appeal
Web design
We believe that design extends far beyond how something looks. We work to develop solutions that simplify processes and effectively communicate your business to prospects and customers.
Ecommerce
Through both our in-house team and carefully selected technology partners, we have a track-record in helping ecommerce businesses scale up to both increase sales, while reducing the manual processes in shipping and management.
Managed hosting
Our managed hosting solutions take the hassle and cost out of keeping your site up-to-date and secure. Whether you’re running a small business or a sophisticated ecommerce operation, we can take the headache out of scalability and security for your site.
Website optimisation
Google is increasingly ranking on factors such as mobile usability and page speed. Let us help you to optimise what you’re doing and take things to the next level.
Case Study // Clifton Coffee Roasters
Speciality coffee ecommerce website

Clifton Coffee Roasters provide award winning training and support for wholesale coffee market while also providing speciality coffee to customers at home and coffee lovers.

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Case Study // Origin Workspace
Modular WordPress website

Origin Workspace is a new co-working and serviced office space situated in Clifton’s Berkeley Square. Origin is designed to meet the changing needs of small and growing businesses, entrepreneurs and startups in the Bristol ecosystem.

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