There’s a reason our projects are so successful: it’s because our skill and experience allow us to bring communication, planning and engineering together into a solution that solves your business problems.
We’re proud of our work, and love to show it off. Here’s a selection of projects that show how our understanding, planning and experience have paid off for our clients.
CityXplora is an exciting new travel ticket website offering sightseeing tours, things to do and places to go - all bookable within one site.
What we did: Responsive website design, information architecture, user interface design, social network integration, ecommerce architecture, bespoke CMS.
The Coalition of Care and Support Providers Scotland (CCPS) represents, promotes and safeguards the interests of third sector and not-for-profit social care and support providers in Scotland. CCPS is also the parent organisation for the Housing Support Enabling Unit, Providers & Personalisation and the Criminal Justice Voluntary Sector Forum.
What we did: Responsive website design, Visual design, information architecture, user interface design, WordPress multi-site implementation.
Design in Action (DiA) is an engine of growth for Scotland: six universities, funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council, working together to build a growing network of business people, academics, designers and creatives. Working with our design partner Project, we engineered and built a fully-responsive website to facilitate this growing network.
What we did: Information architecture, User interface design, responsive design consultation.
August 2014 - We've had such a busy few months that updates to our own site have suffered. This is largely because we've been very busy launching the CityXplora website, a responsively-designed ecommerce site selling travel and entertainment tickets. We've extremely proud of the CityXplora site, having been involved from the very start with everything from responsive visual designs to a custom CMS build to payment gateway integration. CityXplora has only been live for a couple of months but its already creating a buzz on numerous social networks thanks to focused marketing efforts.
July 2014 - A new project with our partner Project is underway but very hush-hush. We'll post further details here once the site has launched, but we can say that we're excited to be working on another responsive, ecommerce site.
June 2014 - We're doing a few updates to the Trust Housing Authority website this month, part of our long partnership with Trust, helping them to develop and grow their website.
May 2014 - We are very proud to have been chosen by LGBT Health & Wellbeing to build their new website. Work starts immediately and the new site, which will be responsive and built on WordPress, is set to go live in September of this year. We'll be working with our long time partner Ali Montgomery Design to build the responsive visual design.
March 2014 - The new Coalition of Care and Support Providers Scotland sites - four of them in total - have gone live after a busy winter planning, testing and building. Each site operates as a custom-built WordPress site, replacing an earlier ModX site that had proved complex and difficult to keep up to date.
February 2014 - An active winter planning for some great additions to the
September 2013 - Summer and Fringe are well and truly over, and Autumn weather has already returned to Edinburgh. Its time to get back to work, and we are suddenly awash with new projects for both existing and new clients. We're especially happy to be working with the Coalition of Care and Support Providers in Scotland (CCPS), as we've been chosen to design and build their new website.
May 2013 - the Design in Action site is now live ahead of its official launch next week at several events around Scotland. We'll be hobnobbing alongside representatives of the Arts & Humanities Research Council, Creative Scotland, the University of Dundee and five other Scottish Universities to celebrate the day!
March 2013 - we've just launched a new website for the Pilton Community Health Project: the Food For Thought Forum, at http://www.foodforthoughtforum.org.uk. A handy little tool to help the people of Pilton find local resources designed to teach healthier eating.
We'd like to start by understanding your needs. Get in touch and tell us about you and your project.
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