July 2016

Rent a store had a website, but it was dated and didn’t work on smaller screens like phones. We solved those by re-developing the website using the Bootstrap framework.

In partnership with Surge Digital.

X-Kit Achieve

May 2016

Pearson Education’s range of X-Kit study-aiding books was being promoted in several online and offline adverts, and we were tasked with created a landing page for the campaign.

David Prior Photography

May 2016

As an acclaimed photographer of stirring portraits, David Prior’s website showcases his best work in full-screen glory. The site we developed is focused on his gallery of images, though it has a few other features as well.

In partnership with Surge Digital.

Brittany Dilkes

March 2016

Brittany's talent for Jazz singing and music in general is wonderful. To get her started on her career, we built a simple yet beautiful website for her.

Kings Church Cockermouth

January 2016

As any popular church has, King's Church in Cockermouth has lots happening and lots to tell its community. Events, sermons, team, support, publications, and much more are all shown elegantly on their new site.

Devoted 2016

January 2016

Attracting attendees from all over the UK, the powerful annual Devoted event's website is a fun and technically -challenging project we're proud to work on each year.


October 2015

Metalheads isn't just a business, it's a community of bike big lovers. Their website needed to showcase the stunning Harleys and Indian motorcycles, while remaining simple and flexible.

The Simonow Collection

September 2015

“Dane Rossenrode from Touchdreams assisted us in redesigning our website, The Simonow Collection, in late 2015. Featuring over 500 artworks, it was vital to us that the new site display these works with justice, whilst also remaining efficient on both desktop and mobile devices. From start to finish Dane bent over backwards to make this a reality, delivering everything to brief and more. A true professional and someone that we would recommend without hesitation.”