website design

With 18 years of experience, based north of London on the Essex Herts border, in our own design studios, we are a creatively rich and technically outstanding website development team of 10, focused on using the internet to increase our client’s business.

Our goal is to create and maintain well designed websites. Working with you we will create an attractive, informative and functional site that exceeds your expectations and meets your business objectives. Popcorn specialise in creating outstanding bespoke websites and e-commerce websites.

For more information on web design services please click here.

graphic design

Our design studio produces concept and design material of the highest standards. We’ll capture your business goals in powerful designs that will engage your audience and push your message forward.

We pride ourselves on delivering results driven work, fulfilling projects within budgets and given deadlines, whatever the subject and whatever the sector. Our graphic design services include; logo design, branding, advertising, brochures, stationery and exhibitions.

For more information on our graphic design services please visit our graphic design page.

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Top 10 Web design Companies Summer 2016

The Top 10 Web Design Companies list for summer 2016 has been compiled after comparing a selection of the most popular web design companies in the UK. Various parameters such as quality, customer support, cost, design skills of the website itself and many other have...

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Happy Clients = Happy Popcorn!

Here at Popcorn our aim is to make sure we provide websites that our clients can be proud of. So when we get some positive feedback, it makes for a very happy office! One of our recent clients, Insured Life, left us the following message: "Hi all - I wanted to...

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Twitter takeover hoax: How did it happen?

ww.cnbc.com/bloomberg-twitter-hoax-share-price-how-it-happened The hoax which saw Twitter's shares spike on Tuesday might have looked convincing to some, but web experts told CNBC that such a ploy is actually fairly simple to pull off. Shares in the social...

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