Previously known as Silver Lining Web Services
Digi Toolbox started life in 2007 as MAV-webdesign Ltd, and has recently re-branded from Silver Lining Web Services. Following a successful and productive partnership with business communications experts Silver Lining Convergence, in 2014 they re-branded to become what is now Digi Toolbox Ltd.
Our team is made up of creative thinkers, cutting edge graphic designers, technical web developers, digital marketing specialists and wordsmiths (copywriters) who love to write for the web. And, with our vast experience we can also provide advice and support on your wider business communications. We really can help consolidate your needs under one trusted provider.
We’re a fun and friendly group, so our clients tell us, and prefer to work in a consultative partnership with you so that you get the best possible results from your web project.
We believe in getting the basics – communication, pricing, expectations – right from the start so that your project is delivered to brief, on time and within budget.
If we sound like a company you’d like to work with on your next web project then please don’t hesitate to contact a member of our team on 01489 29 70 70 or [email protected].
"Mark and his skills have been exactly what I needed. I knew what I wanted, and I had strong ideas about how it should look and feel, but I didn't have the technical knowledge to create a new website/blog and to untangle my mess of e-mail addresses and gadget inconsistencies. He has been fast, helpful, good humoured, patient and unflappable - even when I have asked to tweak the design for the umpteenth time. I have never been in a position where everything has worked properly before with the bonus of a great new site, which he has taught me to use too. Nice to find somebody trustworthy and helpful. Honestly, I can't recommend him highly enough."
"Mark has been very helpful, professional and patient helping me get my website optimised. Highly recommended."
"Mark was very professional, had a thorough understanding of what we required and suggested some beneficial changes along the way."