It’s recently become apparent that if the internet was classed as its own country, it would be the 6th largest contributing country to climate change. Don’t worry though, we have ways you can help.
Responsive web design is the practice of developing websites that respond to a user’s behaviour and environment to give them the best possible user experience, regardless of how they are viewing the site.
The JT Teaching School Hub approached MacMartin when they were awared teaching school hub status. With this new status, their target market increased dramatically to 241 schools, and they needed our help to raise the awareness of their services, support, training, and offerings.
Melbourne Assembly Rooms were having issues with the flexibility of their existing site and were struggling to keep it up to date. With this in mind, they tasked MacMartin with creating a brand-new website for their venue.
Lightbulb needed to raise awareness of their services to allow them to reach and help as many people as possible. With only a page on Blaby Council’s website, they also needed a new, fully accessible website.
The brief was in two halves; they needed to promote teaching as a career and improve understanding of the application process, as well as increase applications to their programme.
Leek Auctions is a local livestock market aiming to provide the best service to vendors and purchasers throughout the Midlands and surrounding counties. See how, with UX and design in mind, we created a website that fulfilled their every need.
We talk at length about organic reach declining across social media platforms. So, is there value in private social media? And how can you implement it in your marketing? Creating a private social media community can be an effective way to cultivate a sense of ‘exclusivity’, add another income stream to your business and maintain […]
We are delighted to have been named one of the best rural businesses in the UK after winning a regional Rural Business Award. MacMartin was named ‘Best Small Business’ at the Midlands regional finals of the Rural Business Awards in partnership with Amazon, which took place virtually this year. We will now go on to […]
Earlier this week, we were struck by a major social media outage. Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were unavailable for hours, causing disruptions to businesses as well as our casual daily scroll. All three platforms, owned by Facebook were out for a total of 6 hours and during this time we were unable to run ads […]