Happy New Year! Blimey, we can’t believe how quickly that year went!
Firstly, we want to thank you all for choosing to work with Primary Image during 2017. We really enjoyed working on lots of new and exciting website designs and print projects.
It was certainly a busy year for us, including many behind-the-scenes improvements. In this blog, we’ll review some of our highlights from 2017.
Here's our year in review...
Attended 30+ conferences and events
Keeping our skills bang up-to-date is really important. So we attended some of the biggest web conferences on the calendar, including WordCamp London and BrightonSEO, plus were invited into Twitter’s HQ!
Gave five web design talks
We delivered five web design / development talks during 2017, including two at WordPress London. Topics ranged from making your webpages load faster, to how to “Christmasify” your website (jokingly of course!).
Sponsored Southend Tech events
We believe it’s important to give back to the community. So we sponsored the drinks for many of the Southend Tech meetings during 2017, which run in our local area. And of course offered to give a talk too!
Improved our customer support
Primary Image launched a brand-new support area, which contains an extensive list of help topics and tutorials. This means our customers can find answers to common questions quicker.
Upgraded our customers’ email accounts
At the start of the year, for customers using Primary Image mailboxes for their email, we more than doubled the storage capacity, free-of-charge!
Welcome to our new customers!
A warm welcome to our new customers who have joined us during 2017. Several of these are high-profile international companies and we’re thrilled they’ve put their trust into Primary Image.
We’re very grateful that you chose Primary Image during 2017.
We look forward to working with you and supporting your businesses in 2018. We’ve got lots of new plans lined up for this year too.
Wishing you a very successful year ahead!
Mike is the founding director of Primary Image. He specialises in the WordPress website platform and speaks regularly at national web design conferences. Mike became a member (MCIPR) of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations in 2015. Outside of work, his interests include photography and politics.