it'seeze Websites Bristol have upgraded and developed the website for funeral directors F.H. Halliday. 
The Project 
F.H. Halliday are family run, independent funeral directors based in Portishead and Weston-super-Mare.  
They have had an itseeze website for a number of years, and have always ensured it was kept updated with relevant content, which we added to the site for them. 
Over the years, it has served the company very well, however their original itseeze site wasn't adapted for smaller device screens, so F.H. Halliday asked it'seeze Websites Bristol to upgrade them to a fully responsive website. 
The Outcome 
The website has now undergone a number of developments, and F.H. Halliday are building upon their existing content using: 
Embedded videos 
Linked social media accounts 
An image gallery of funeral tributes 
A secure client login area 
An ecommerce shop 
F.H. Halliday have demonstrated their ability to continue to uphold traditional values and offer a personal and bespoke service, whilst using modern technology to facilitate their clients' access to relevant information. 
Client Feedback 
“I was first introduced to Suzy a couple of years ago by a friend who runs a local computer shop, my friend is a trusted computer expert so I had no problem in following up on his recommendation. I wanted our existing website improved or remade and I was told Suzy would be able to handle this for me. From my first meeting with Suzy in my office in Portishead she calmly and professionally discussed all the options with me. Suzy made things very easy. Before long a website was up and running and Suzy has helped at every stage and nothing has ever been too much trouble. We have recently been upgrading the website which is amazing so far and we have had continued support from Suzy and her designers. I now look forward to the future of our online business.” 
Matthew Aldridge, Manager, F.H. Halliday & Son 
Want to see what we could do for your business? 
Call us on 01172 140 024 or drop us a message to book your free website consultation. 
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