Now it’s even better for our customers as they can see the different designs that are available and we can promote the fact they’re made from sustainable sources and finished in an environmentally friendly water lacquer too.
London (PRWEB UK) 11 December 2012
Independent company ‘Tidy Books’ has redesigned and relaunched its website with the help of IT specialists Radweb.
Tidy Books, makers of unique and innovative book cases and shelving for children, unveiled their colourful new look site earlier this month.
Company founder Geraldine Grandidier who created the first Tidy Books children’s bookcase for her daughter, felt it was time to freshen up their site.
The revamped site has had a complete overhaul and redesign to show off the Tidy Books original and practical designs to their best.
“We’ve worked hard to give the site a quality feel and to make sure it appeals to adults and children. Now customers are able to see all the different designs and styles of child friendly storage solutions that are available,” said website designer Steve Rad.
“It was a great project to work on, the shelf designs are really colourful so it’s made the website look visually bright, fun and inviting”, he added.
Tidy Books was founded in 2004 and their designs are built to last and to adapt as children grow up.
“Radweb has been great helping us relaunch our site. Now it’s even better for our customers as they can see the different designs that are available and we can promote the fact they’re made from sustainable sources and finished in an environmentally friendly water lacquer too,” said Geraldine.
Radweb, based in Portsmouth, have worked on numerous websites and IT systems building a strong reputation as experts in technology.
“Geraldine is passionate about Tidy Books she had a really clear vision of how she wanted to develop her online presence and we’re really pleased that we got to help her achieve that vision” added Steve.
You can see the new Tidy Books site at http://www.tidy-books.co.uk
Notes to editors:
For further information please contact Steve Rad:
Portsmouth, UK Office:
+44 (0)33 33 444 505
12 Acorn Business Centre,