About us and our barn.
Formed in the top bedroom of his family farm home, the Farm Factory is the brainchild of its founder, Robert Tyson. Originally known as Web Services Wirral, the Farm Factory is a design and web development studio operating in the heart of Wirral, Merseyside since 2008.
As Web Services Wirral, it was apparent that we were not embracing our ruts and unusual farm studio location. After much deliberation, the Farm Factory was born. We wanted to convey to our clientelle not only do we work hard on acheivng great, consistent results with the work that we do, but that we do it in a unique, warm and welcoming enviroment.
Under Rob’s leadership, the business grew massively from the original one man, wearing slippers in his bedroom to the current nine-piece that take residence in their own barn office today – all heeled in appropriate footwear!
Having outgrown two, farm based, bedrooms, in 2015 we waved goodbye to the cattle and moved to our very own renovated barn, just down the road in Heswall. The working hub of the office is in what was once the barns hayloft, still overlooking the nearby fields, and cows are always ready.
Farm Factory doesn't exactly conform to what may be deemed a typical workplace for a design and web development studio. However, this unusual setting provides a unique charm and creative environment that, we believe, sets us apart our peers. Qualities that do not go amiss by our visiting clients. Of whom, many are Wirral based, but, along with the business, that client base has continually grown beyond and across the whole of the North West and UK, with Cheshire, Chester, Liverpool and Manchester being home to just a few.
With a healthy & dynamic mix of design, development and project management skills and experience being spread across the team, we are fully equipped to tackle all graphic, print design and website development requirements in-house.
Should you wish to come by to discuss how we can help you with all things web and design related, then our door is always open and the kettle is never long from being boiled.