The Nottingham Lions are delighted to officially unveil their brand new website (, designed by DW Design.


The impressive-looking, new site has been live since last month but DW Design Director Darren Woolley came down to the National Ice Centre this week, to officially hand over the new design to the Lions.

The modern-looking responsive site has been developed to give the best viewing experience on all computers, laptops, tablets and mobile devices, whilst also giving any users quick access to news, results, standings, player profiles and media, including Lions Radio, photo and video galleries.


All Smiles: (L-R) Ben Wood, Craig Wallis, Darren Woolley, Matt Bradbury & Alan Levers.

Since 1991, DW Design have been providing design and print services to business of all sizes, across many sectors and they are now also able to offer a range of digital and online services from 3D rendering to showreels and animation.

They have also had a long association with the sport in the city, as Darren explained;

"I met Matt Bradbury (Lions Head Coach), whilst playing for the Nottingham Jaguars in the late nineties, at the time we had designed the previous Panthers logo, so Matt approached me to see if we would design a logo for the new Lions team and since 2000, we have produced a number of design and print items for the team and recently Matt asked us to redesign the existing site."

Lions GM Danny Harrison was particularly overjoyed with the end product; saying,

"We asked the team at DW to design us a website that would look visually striking, yet also be editable by our staff and retain the styling when updated by our management team and we were blown away by the results. They were a pleasure to deal with from start till finish and were especially understanding when it came to explaining some of the more complex workings of the site."

"Obviously, we can't recommend them highly enough to anyone looking for any of the first-rate services they provide."

DW have produced design and print for a number of sports clubs over the years, but the Lions site is the first sports content managed website they have built and hopefully not the last, as Darren went on to add;

"We would love to work with more sports clubs in future and hope it is an area of the business we can develop further. We strive to build good ongoing working relationships with our clients and impart the skills and knowledge we've gained."


You can view DW's new-look website via, which showcases a selection of their work and features testimonials from their clients to give prospective customers extra confidence in their services.

Wednesday, 12 March 2014.
Simon Ball-McQueen