Website set in stone

Stoneware came to us to produce a website and online shop for their range of extra-large wall and flooring tiles. We helped create the brand identity and defined the colour palette before constructing a clean and contemporary website that is easy to navigate and order from.

Grey is the new Black

Long standing client Precious Marble came back to us for a website refresh. We had built their existing site over five years ago and they decided to give the site an update and a new homepage. We designed a mosaic frontpage with links to all the main assets up front and centre, went for a modern and contemporary grey background with a mix of grey shades to compliment and kept the brand yellow to punctuate the logo and calls to actions.

The client was very happy, there was zero downtime and the site looks and operated superbly on both desktop and mobile.



Erecting A Website For Riverside Marquees

We were recently asked by Bedford based bespoke event hire company, Riverside Marquees to design and build a website to compliment their new branding.  The business has been growing steadily over the last few years and they have built an ever evolving portfolio of new and existing clients, as well as a vast collection of marquees, tents and decorative flourishes and lighting.

The main aim was that they wanted a clean and informative site, filled with imagery. Obviously they needed the site to be responsive for mobile devices and easy to navigate, search engine friendly and a solid foundation they could build on as the business grew.

We created a site that is user updatable, so the client can adjust text, add images and post news without having to call us in, which saves on added expense. We implemented a secure SSL service, meaning that site is secure. This is a big issue for most new browsers as they detect insecure websites and some may even stop browsing of a site.  The website is also  GDPR compliant.

As the business grows and the additions become more complicated, we will be happy to come back in an update to their requirements, but until then the site is completely set for them to maintain on their own.

The clients were over the moon with the end product and we look forward to them moving up the Google ladder over the coming weeks.


The Beauty Of Beautology

Creative Bone produced a brand new website design, build and hosting facility for the for aesthetic and medical laser manufactures Beautology Limited. We worked with the client to create a clean and concise  website that incorporated the companies aesthetic and built content that exceeded the clients expectations with a page one ranking, higher than even the manufacturers. The Bedford based company provide extensive service in the repair and maintenance of laser, IPL and high end cosmetic systems.


Its pays to be precious….

Our long standing relationship with Bedford based granite and porcelain suppliers Precious Marble, continued earlier this year when we were asked to redesign their existing website and add a whole host of new products and features. Take a look and if you’re in need of some outstanding worktops or tiles, drop them a line.


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Arcade Madness….

We all need to let off steam and no better way than so retro arcade classics….well that and a little bit of Father Ted….


One is small, the other is far away……


Culinary creativeness….

Just finished up a nice little job for Bedford and Rushden based kitchen design, suppliers and installers Lifestyle Kitchens. A complete brand and website design  was required with a clean and user updatable interface. WordPress formed the backbone and allowed us to add pages as the clients web needs required. Now past into their hands, they are able to update as their stock changes and when the time comes, a solid foundation is set for them to grow as a business.


Daniel Nugent painter and decorator’s new website.

The last few weeks have been manic but when Daniel Nugent of Daniel Nugent painter and decorator gave us a call to say that he wanted his 5 year old website to be friendly to Googles new algorithm, it was all hands to the pumps for the conversion. While we were there, Daniel wanted us to add a new tutorials section as well as a website based gallery. Daniel believes the secret to his website has been the simplicity of the interface and the memorable design. He really wanted to expand the site and offer more to his clients but wanted to retain the feel that the majority of his information was on the main page.

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We rebuilt the site in WordPress, used the existing artwork to keep his brand continuity and added all the extra pages he wanted to the website design within three days of his call. He was very happy with the changes and loved the new responsive feel and the addition of a call button when viewed on mobile devices.

Check out the site at:

Keep your eyes peeled for the tutorials section as Daniel will be giving tips on how to make your painting and decorating that much easier.