What are cookies in respect of websites and why do we use them?

An HTTP cookie (also called web cookie, internet cookie, browser cookie or simply cookie) is a small piece of data stored on your computer by the web browser you are using (Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome etc)

We use Google Analytics to track our website traffic and determine key factors to improve the website experience for our visitors. Google uses cookies to gather this information for us.

What does this mean in plain speak?

As a business, we are only interested in basic level details, such as the location of our visitors (no specific address details are collected) and how our visitors find us (google search engine results pages, google advertising, direct, through RIBA or otherwise)

This helps us keep our website relevant to clients looking for an Architect in the Falmouth / Cornwall area.