Wednesday, 16 November 2011

New Barrington Pottery web site


The Time has come to move the web site to another level
We have been working on this for 3 months now.
It's a lot of extra work but it's been keeping me
out of the pub in the evenings, which is no bad thing.
We still have lots of extra stuff to add but at some point you
just have to bite the bullet and launch it.
It has a number of new features which we hope people will like
You can now buy on line from our online shop.
You can buy a gift certificate
you can even email a gift voucher to a friend.
You can log in and create an account for yourself
it's quick and easy and you don't even have to buy anything.
You can sign up for the newsletter
and account holders will be sent special offers from time to time.
You can even add pots to a wish list,
great for dropping hints to a loved one.
we would love to know what you think.

Here is a link to the site.
Go on log in.



7 comments:

Kings Creek Pottery said...

It's beautiful! I love the slide show of photos. The inventory is well laid out...it's a very interactive site- very professional. Well done!

Lori Buff said...

Well done, the site looks fantastic

Hollis Engley said...

Looks great, Paul. And, just as important, it looks usable. Nice job.

DW said...

Great site & easy to use. Good job.

Congresburypotter said...

Looks brilliant Paul!

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sbobet said...

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It's a lot of extra work but it's been

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