The Kings Kids Christian School website has been designed by a small, creative media team known as Quoakle. The website was created in 2012 using a theme designed by Stephen Holdstock of Media Sussex. Quoakle has been privileged to help a number of charities and educational projects, including a number of Christian schools. One such project is Diamond Books – a Bible-based reading project which aims to publish Bible Stories for Children that lay foundations for children’s lives not only for their reading development but also for their understanding of God and his plans. The Diamond Books team are currently working on the Jesus series – 16 books for 4-5 year olds to read for themselves.
Quoakle was launched in September 2006 as the original Graphical Directory and has expanded to provide affordable website design as well as promotion. Quoakle Director, Nigel Steele, continues to be inspired with creative ideas. In 2013, the Quoakle team began developing the popular Days Out UK Directory – “Great Days Out”.
Gloucester Restaurants is part of Quoakle who are specialists in website promotion and website design. As a business we work in partnership with a range of small companies and charities and are pleased to promote their services and products.
As a Churcham-based website design company Quoakle also trades as Churcham Website Design and is pleased to offer a wide range of quality web solutions at reasonable and affordable prices. Community Pixels is the parent company that launched Quoakle, Quoaklecards and Great Days Out.
In the last few years, the Quoakle team has diversified into Website Design and Website Promotion, particularly supporting SMEs and Charities in the UK. We have recently taken on some website promotion work with a new organisation for parents – Parent Power. We also have clients as far away as New Zealand and Australia, such as Artificial Grass Sydney and Public Speaking Courses Sydney!
Quoaklecards are a perfect and affordable web marketing tool for businesses that want to climb their way to the top of Google. Other developments include: Character Counter – an easy tool to count characters for a document, count characters for tweets, meta title characters and characters for meta description tags and much more. This tool has been developed jointly with Gloucester-based TCD Web Design. Using a similar counter the team also created a counter for the website Hashtag Counter.