What happened to Real Life Design?
14 Sep 2014
Real Life Design is now Real Life Digital
What's in a name?
We have re-branded as Real Life Digital after 7 happy years as Real Life Design.
Why the change?
Our solutions are now more all-encompassing than just web design and the new name reflects our ability to offer a range of digital services.
What else has changed?
Short answer... Not a lot, but we are getting better and smarter every day to the benefit of our clients.
- We're constantly evolving in response to our clients demands to get more from their online presence. In particular this means: more powerful websites and applications that work seamlessly across all devices.
- You can be assured that the same quality of service, advice and expertise that is at the heart of what we do.
- Real Life Digital's leadership and operational team are the same as before.
- We have an ever growing team of experts to help you with your web projects from both a technical and product delivery perspective.
- We are now located at in Farnborough, Hampshire.
Where do I go now?
Please carry on using this website for all your web design and development needs.
Thank you and have a nice day! 🙂
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