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Nametags4u have a range of websites which supply an extensive selection of name tags and name stamps for labelling school uniform & paraphernalia; clothes in care homes; and on kit required for RAF recruits.


Over 14 years of partnership



From browser to printer


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Bespoke label ordering and printing system

The various Nametags sites are all bespoke applications, the most recent of which is based upon our own in-house ‘Revo CMS’.

Under the Hood

The front end of the Nametags sites includes a dynamic label builder, which allows customers to completely personalise their labels with their preferred colours, fonts, icons and even use their own images. The back-end systems incorporate automated printing systems, dynamic generation of Royal Mail barcode labels, manual ordering, reporting and lots lots more!

Why we think

This project is sexy

At Practically, we’re really proud of our relationship with Nametags, which has flourished over the 10 years or so we’ve been working together. We have developed a whole raft of sites together – each of which has been a marriage of a user friendly interface combined with very complex back-end systems, to reduce the time and effort required to produce labels. This allows Nametags to turnaround orders and get labels to customers within a couple of days.

How did you meet Practically?

“Many moons ago – we can hardly remember!

Ben was working from home (well before Covid-19) and we needed someone to build us a new website.”

What were your expectations of the project?

“We needed an updated website that reflected the then current trends and needs of online shopping.”

How do you feel the project went?

“It went very well!”

Do you still work with Practically? If so what is your ongoing relationship like?

“They put up with our constantly changing demands and whims! We think the relationship is a good one…”

Caroline and Cliff – Nametags4u

“We would thoroughly recommend Practically. They are very approachable and friendly and nearly always at the end of a phone or email.”

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