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By Matt Gates on 22/06/22 | Category - Web Design

Phuse have recently developed this new website for bespoke integrated security business, Spectrum FSG.

Based in Essex, Spectrum FSG provide integrated security system to businesses across the UK.

The website is fully content managed and responsive and sports a home page 'hero' banner with looped video backgrounds.

Spectrum Website

Spectrum FSG website home page (above). 

Spectrum Website

Spectrum FSG about us page (above).

You can view the finished website by visiting:

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Contact us today to find out more about our services and how we can help your business. 

By Matt Gates on 06/01/22 | Category - Web Design

John Parker Motorcycles was founded in 1973 in Southend, Essex. It's a well known and loved local brand, so we were very excited to be asked to update the brand with a new logo and website!

John Parker Logo

The brief was to create a modern 'funky' looking logo with a vintage, retro twist that looked back to the classic motorcycle logos of the early 20th century.

Once the branding was complete with moved on to create a new website that showcased the new brand, and also worked to sell the companies motorcycle products and services. We developed an e-commerce shop and added pages to promote the MOT, workshop and servicing aspects of the business.

An SEO campaign followed to help boost the Google search ranking of the website.

John Parker

You can see the finished website by visiting:

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Contact us today to find out more about our services and how we can help your business. 

By Matt Gates on 01/08/20 | Category - Web Design

Our business startup package is more popular than ever and we've recently completed a number of these great value sites for some very happy customers.

With the startup package we offer a logo design, fully content managed website, bespoke website design, 200 business cards, domain and email a, plus website hosting for one year.

Rupen Whisky 

Business startup website and logo for Rupen Whisky

One Off Payment - No Hidden Costs

When you invest in a business package with Phuse, you pay one price and that’s it. There are no nasty surprises, hidden costs or subscription charges. It’s a great way to get your business online, build your brand and get your website noticed by those who matter.

Rupen Whisky 

Business startup website and logo for Alex Allen Nutrition

What our clients say

"I received brilliant advice and support when Phuse built my website. I was given advice throughout on how best to create my photography website to meet my customer base audience. Very friendly people and trustworthy."

Evonne Gates, Evonne Gates Photography

Contact us to us today to find out more about our services and how we can help you to become the next big thing.


By Matt Gates on 30/10/19 | Category - Web Design

Making a website that is both W3C AA accessible and also uses the latest browser technology is no mean feat. Add to that a cutting-edge modern design and it becomes harder still.

This was the brief set by Essex Outdoors and Essex County Council when we won the contract to develop a new website for They wanted a website that would appeal to teachers, head teachers, youth leaders, parents and students alike, a website that would allow Essex Outdoors to market their services in a clean and modern way using all the latest web technologies.

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As a council funded business, they also had a duty to make the website accessible to all types of users; the site had to adhere to the W3C accessibility guidelines up to the AA level. These guidelines can be daunting and incredibly in-depth, fully accessible websites are also not known for being visually interesting. The challenge was to create something that satisfied both these requirements.

Phuse Media delivered a website that surpassed all the expectations of both Essex Outdoors and Essex County Council. The website is a showcase for how you can incorporate all the latest technologies, create a visually stunning website, adhere to the accessibility guidelines and give all visitors a user experience of the highest order.

Essex Outdoors

The above image show the website's accessibility score on SiteImprove

What the client says...

Phuse Media have been the perfect choice as partners for our new website. From start to finish they have been professional, innovative & responsive, helping to refine and improve our original brief and accommodating our constant additional requirements! We couldn’t be happier with the final product, and would have no hesitation in recommending Phuse to other businesses and organisations.

Paul Stokes, Operations Manager, Essex Outdoors

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Find out more

To see more about this project visit the Essex Outdoors project page.

If you you'd like to discuss how we can develop a fully accessible website for your business, call us on 01702 482011 or click here to send us an email enquiry.


By Matt Gates on 17/05/18 | Category - Web Design

We have designed and developed a new logo and website for Family Photographer Evonne Gates.

Evonne provides photography services to clients based in Essex, Suffolk, London and Cambridgeshire. She required a organic and naturalistic logo that reflected her approach to her photography.

The website showcases Evonne's work in a simple and effective way. The website includes a bespoke photography portfolio gallery.

Evonne gates Photography Logo Design

Logo design for Evonne Gates Photography.

Evonne gates Photography Web Design

Website design for Evonne Gates Photography.

Visit the Evonne Gates Family Photography website. She also offers Baby Photography and Child Photography services in Essex.

By Matt Gates on 24/04/18 | Category - Web Design

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new regulation designed to protect the data of EU citizens and EU residents both residing in the EU and around the world. Simply put, it is legislation that tells businesses that if they offer their products or services to EU citizens they must look after their data or face some pretty severe consequences. How does being fined 4% of your total global revenue sound? Not good. The new regulations come into force on 25th May 2018.

GDPR are you ready?

Will this affect my business?

The GDPR is likely to affect the majority of businesses trading today, regardless of size or industry. If you collect or process any personal data, you will be required to comply in accordance with the new legislation. This includes companies that use internal databases, apps, CRMS or even good old email to store the personal data.

If you are looking for a little light (and yes, there is some sarcasm there) bedtime reading, the GDPR website makes for some interesting reading. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the things you can do to your website to ensure you are compliant.

The digital age of consent

Consent is a huge part of the GDPR. If somebody makes an enquiry through your website of any kind, that means you can no longer automatically add them to your mailing list. It also means you can’t pre-populate any checkboxes when they send you a query that they have to untick if they don’t want to be added to your mailing list. Consent can also be withdrawn by data subjects at any time.

And to make matters more complicated, consent doesn’t just apply after the GDPR comes into effect. You will need to prove that the people on your existing contacts or mailing lists have given their consent for their data to be gathered. For example, can you prove that everybody you send your newsletter out to has requested this information?

An easy way to prove this and keep consent on record is to send an email out to all contacts asking them to opt-in or opt-out of your mailing list. Sure, you may lose some subscribers along the way, but the main thing is that you are acting in compliance with GDPR and protecting your reputation and bottom line.

Making Your Website Compliant

If all this talk of fines and compliance is getting you a little hot under the collar, the good news is that with a little organisation and understanding of the rules, you can get your website compliant in no time.

Start with a personal data audit across the data that you currently hold on your users and customers. What are you using the data for, do you still need the data and where is it being stored? This will help you to define which data you still need to keep and which can be archived or deleted.

Start to work your way through the following steps. These are some of basic considerations that will apply to most websites:

  • Forms - All forms that invite users to indicate contact preferences or subscribe to a mailing list must be set to blank. This consent must also be presented separately to any tickbox asking users to accept terms and conditions. You must also specify clearly how users can unsubscribe from newsletters. An unsubscribe option must be given on every newsletter and item of communication you send.
  • Terms and Conditions - You must update your terms and conditions to make a mention of GDPR and in particular, how you plan to use and store personal data that falls under the regulations.
  • SSL certificates - Ensure you have SSL encryption in place. This will ensure all data sent between your website and your users is encrypted.
  • Create a privacy policy page - While your terms and conditions may specify how you plan to use data, a privacy policy page will give your users clear information without them having to trawl through other paragraphs.

Need help? Get in touch.

GDPR isn’t that scary once you get to grips with what you need to do to comply with the new guidelines. If you would like help with your website, get in touch. We can carry out a full data and website audit and make recommendations for improvements.


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