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What is our aim?
+ To increase your profits through refined and targeted marketing
+ To grow your business through strategic planning and creative development

How can we help you?
By creating extra ordinary visuals, alongside perfect positioning and marketing strategy implementation.


Reviews (6)

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Jay Haley

28 July 2018

Helpful friendly lads, top service, top tyres will use again 100 percent.


Michael Moseley

28 July 2018

Had 2 new tyres fitted yesterday 27th February service was excellent and tyres were very reasonable on price would recommend profit for sure.


Asif Altaf

28 July 2018

I drive all way from Solihull to get tyres from here. Great service and good prices.


Andy Tuco Villa

28 July 2018

Great service top lads cheaper than anywere in brownhills so its the place to go...


Stacy Brown

28 July 2018

Went here to have my tyres changed very helpfull and friendly thought I needed 4 new tyres but they checked them all and turned out I only needed two.... very honest will recommend them to everyone a++++ More...


Ben Campbell

24 January 2018

Excellent service from the get go. Our (pretty crappy) old website was improved massively and we have seen an increase in bookings since launching the new site. We now use We Are Go for our social media campaigns which are also bringing us in new customers. More...


Good web design always caters to the needs of the user. Are your web visitors looking for information, entertainment, some type of interaction, or to transact with your business? Each page of your website needs to have a clear purpose, and to fulfill a specific need for your website users in the most effective way possible.

People on the web tend to want information quickly, so it is important to communicate clearly, and make your information easy to read and digest. Some effective tactics to include in your web design include: organising information using headlines and sub headlines, using bullet points instead of long windy sentences, and cutting the waffle.

In general, Sans Serif fonts such as Arial and Verdana are easier to read online (Sans Serif fonts are contemporary looking fonts without decorative finishes). The ideal font size for reading easily online is 16px and stick to a maximum of 3 typefaces in a maximum of 3 point sizes to keep your design streamlined.

A well thought out colour palette can go a long way to enhance the user experience. Complementary colours create balance and harmony. Using contrasting colours for the text and background will make reading easier on the eye. Vibrant colours create emotion and should be used sparingly (e.g. for buttons and call to actions). Last but not least, white space/ negative space is very effective at giving your website a modern and uncluttered look.

A picture can speak a thousand words, and choosing the right images for your website can help with brand positioning and connecting with your target audience. If you don’t have high quality professional photos on hand, consider purchasing stock photos to lift the look of your website. Also consider using infographics, videos and graphics as these can be much more effective at communicating than even the most well written piece of text.

Navigation is about how easy it is for people to take action and move around your website. Some tactics for effective navigation include a logical page hierarchy, using bread crumbs, designing clickable buttons, and following the ‘three click rule’ which means users will be able to find the information they are looking for within three clicks.

Everybody hates a website that takes ages to load. Tips to make page load times more effective include optimising image sizes (size and scale), combining code into a central CSS or JavaScript file (this reduces HTTP requests) and minify HTML, CSS, JavaScript (compressed to speed up their load time).

It is now commonplace to access websites from multiple devices with multiple screen sizes, so it is important to consider if your website is mobile friendly. If your website is not mobile friendly, you can either rebuild it in a responsive layout (this means your website will adjust to different screen widths) or you can build a dedicated mobile site (a separate website optimised specifically for mobile users).