Grant Macdonald

Website for Grant Macdonald


Grant Macdonald have 40 years experience in providing silver and gold objects d’art to clients worldwide. One of the largest silversmiths in the UK, Grant Macdonald are now exporting the majority of their pieces worldwide to be featured in both public and private collections. In 1998 the company completed an eighteen foot high cross and orb for the rebuilt Dresden Cathedral. Grant Macdonald also specialise in heraldic pieces for the City of London. Their work can be found at 10 Downing Street, and the company have received an award from Her Majesty the Queen for Enterprise in International Trade.


Grant Macdonald wanted a new responsive website that would fully support their existing brand. The online catalogue means that customers can view the entire collection. The website is intuitive and easy  to use. The galleries presented on the website can be viewed in sub-categories, and pictures can be viewed in a full screen mode, providing a high definition image that does justice to the item photographed.


The content management system gives Grant Macdonald the flexibility to update and alter aspects of the website, including the content of the galleries, when it suits them. At OMdeSIGN we were delighted to have the opportunity to work with Grant Macdonald, and the company have since praised us for designing the innovative and intuitive online catalogue, which has proved popular with some of their most high-profile customers and increased the value of orders made via the website.

Grant Macdonald, Website Testimonial
OMdeSIGN provided us with a great service, always on the phone and on email for support and even on hand to come in for meetings to discuss the project. Grant Macdonald recommend OMdeSIGN as a reliable and professional web design studio.
-George Macdonald, Director of Grant Macdonald Ltd.
Scope of Work

Web Development     |    Website Design     |    Content Management      |    Branding

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