GEL Studios wins 2017 Web Dev Project

At an honors function in London, GEL Studios beat off solid rivals from names, like, Wirebox, Kubix, and Fifty Five and Five to win the title at the 2017 Digital Entrepreneur Awards.

The group of a Wiltshire-based bespoke web and illustrations office have been named victors of the Web Development Project of the Year for their work on The Lost Cinema.

Graeme Leighfield, overseeing chief, stated: “We’re overpowered, truly thankful, and the national acknowledgment we’ve gotten implies a great deal to us. We’ve worked truly hard during the previous years since we set up the business, and this honor indicates commitment to customers is fundamental, and in addition genuinely understanding their needs.”

The group were adulated for their remarkable work on The Lost Cinema (an open air silver screen organization). And also the logo and brand, GEL Studios made a site which gave a speedy, simple and pleasurable experience for clients to buy tickets.

Graeme stated: “The test with this undertaking was to make an answer that expelled the requirement for unlimited pages identifying with situate determination and ticket additional items and so on. We needed to guarantee the client’s experience was consistent on even the littlest of gadgets.”

Richard Last, of The Lost Cinema, stated: “GEL Studios put a ton of work in to the site – they’ve been essential. We wouldn’t have the same number of ticket deals if not for the way the site looked and worked.”

Judges on the board which chose GEL Studios as a victor included Lawrence Jones MBE, author of UKFast, Tom Bloxham MBE, executive of Urban Splash and Colin Stevenson, organizer of Better Bathrooms. The honors perceive online business brilliance from over the UK.

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