Cogges Farm in Witney is a very special place. Enter its beautiful barn door and you are immediately transported back through history with its 13th Century manor house and inclusion in the Domesday Book of 1086. Cogges is at the centre of the community with its stock of friendly animals, a café focused on fresh and delicious locally sourced food, adventure playground, vast meadows for children to play in, its educational offering for schools, brilliant gift shop and year-round calendar of events. The beautiful backdrop makes it a popular wedding location and also the set for many photoshoots, films and TV series including Collete, Arthur and George and Downton Abbey.
We have been working with Cogges for a decade through multiple website enhancements and upgrades
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Cogges first came to us 10 years ago and were one of our very first customers. A decade on, we’re proud of the support that we’ve given them to help them thrive. From the earliest website to where they are today, we’ve delivered a web presence that entices visits, generates event bookings and showcases Cogges as wedding venue. We’ve refreshed the design as Cogges has evolved, upgraded the content management system on the back-end and adapted the navigation and layout as their visitors’ browsing behaviour has changed.
The new site which will shortly be going live delivers real visual impact. Rich in imagery and a design which oozes the warmth and friendliness which is found at Cogges, permeating through every part of the customer journey – whether they are planning their visit, booking an event, reading a blog, renewing their membership or getting a feel for it as a potential wedding venue. Technically, we’ve ensured that it’s a slick and seamless experience for a visitor, whether they’re viewing the site on a laptop, tablet or mobile phone. Administratively, the site is easy to update and built for flexibility, with the ability to tweak and update functionality along the way.
Check out the Cogges website here
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