Website design for businesses in Portsmouth and Hampshire


In a noisy world of unstopping social media content, we create websites which provide a more introductory perspective to anyone interested in your business or event — sites which tie everything together and act as a central hub for all your details, news, and media. Attractive, easy to read and navigate, responsive, search engine optimised, social media optimised, and simple for you to add to and edit as you please. We also offer ecommerce solutions for online shops.

Love Southsea's website

Local event organiser and lifestyle brand Love Southsea needed a website where they could sell market pitches for their events and artwork and clothing from their design range, plus a delivery and order management system which works both on desktop and mobile. The site also features a blog, artist profiles, and other Southsea-related content. Love Southsea director Lulu Whitmore sells hundreds of products and event spaces through the site each month.

Portsmouth City Council's town centre managers approached us in 2015, worried that their directory website of addresses and phone numbers for businesses in Southsea was showing its age. We took all of the data from their old site and injected it into a brand new responsive one, working perfectly at all screen sizes. The website makes it easy for visitors to find contact information for every shop, eatery, venue, and arts space in Southsea.

Mayville High School

Mayville High School's website was in dire need of a refresh — it wasn't mobile-ready or responsive, information was scattered randomly across a user-unfriendly navigation hierarchy, and links between the website and social media were nigh-on non-existent. We offered a solution in the form of a simplified, modern, streamlined website, easy to use for children and parents, and quick to edit for teachers and staff with no extensive training.

Johnny Black Photography

Johnny came to us wanting a logo and a website, which offered visitors a clear divide between his wedding photography services and his portfolio of Portsmouth-centric images. So, we used his signature as the foundation of logo split between black and white, and carried this easily-navigable divide through to his website.

We also showed Johnny how to edit his website when he had new portfolio work to add, helped him get his blog up and running, and designed his business cards, as seen above.


Young entrepreneurs Lauren and Chloe from 2Sisters were in need of an effective website to show off their work. Since becoming regulars at the Love Southsea market, business picked up for the 2Sisters, meaning they needed a formal ordering system and portfolio space.

Team Locals helped 2Sisters create a platform to showcase their latest designs. As well as having an online store, we taught the girls how to blog and share their latest news, keeping their customers up to date and eager to buy.