About us

Quality service – great value

Having been in the design business for 30+ years and in multimedia and web site design from the very beginning, we’re experienced at creating web sites which look great and work brilliantly!

Our clients are small to medium size businesses, individuals, charities and organisations and we also work as subcontractors to other agencies. Many of our clients have become long term friends, and that’s the way we like it.

We’re good at listening and communicating. Having been in business a long time ourselves, we understand things like marketing, branding and PR.

We don’t claim to be the cheapest, but we work hard to give you great value! Our overheads are low because we work in a beautiful location in rural Cornwall. That makes us happy too!

We love getting our teeth into a problem so why not give us a call? You’ll find us friendly, helpful and never pushy…

Our other services include web hosting, graphic design for print and advertising, print buying and photography.

Our Story

David Eno was educated at Falmouth and Winchester Schools of Art and completed a further teaching qualification at Cardiff Art School. During his first job as a teacher in Winchester he started a publishing company and began publishing his own cookery books under the Juniper Press imprint. His first book ‘The Little Brown Rice Book’ spawned a series which was sold by Habitat, The National Trust and health food shops throughout the UK. They were also successful in Macey’s and other US stores, France where translated versions were sold, Canada, and in Australia.

After selling the publishing company he continued working as a graphic designer in Winchester alongside Winchester printers Sarsen Press, specialising in databases, computer based directories and typesetting. In 1986 he was one of the early adopters of ‘Desktop Publishing’ using the Apple Mac Plus.

In 1995 he began working with the internet and started creating websites.  He also began experimenting with multimedia and this led to a collaboration with market research company Marketing Sciences to produce the first computer based market research testing software. During this time he also collaborated with friend and educational publisher Oliver Gray of Revilo, to produce a successful series of CD-ROM based language learning products. Since 1995 he gained much experience in creating and working with content management systems and worked as part of a team on projects for B&Q and other UK companies. A keen gardener, he contributed photography and writing to B&Q’s book ‘Outdoor Living’.

He was involved in the early development and branding of the ‘Rude Health’ food company and is a shareholder.

With a lifelong enthusiasm for natural history and photography David has been working for the past 6 years on a project to promote biodiversity and conservation.