Website re-engineering

Working again with our design partner Project, we completely rebuilt SaxBam’s website on a new more stable platform, with greater flexibility and ease of use. 

Working again with our design partner Project, we completely rebuilt SaxBam’s website on a new, more stable platform — WordPress — with greater flexibility and ease of use. This replaced an earlier, proprietary .NET site.

During the build we also optimised the front-end of the site so that it loads faster and works better on mobile devices, refined and updated the visual appearance and implemented several changes related to new GDPR requirements. Most importantly though, the new site is now all set for future expansion and new functionality.

New website for Abercorn

Again working for our design partner Project, we built a completely new website  for Hong Kong-based Abercorn, a bespoke packaging manufacturer for premium drinks bands such as Teeling Whiskey Company and Ian Macleod Distillers.

Working to Project’s original designs, we provided digital consultancy services on the responsive design and UI, and also worked with Abercorn’s hosting partner in Singapore.

The new site is built in WordPress for easy management and is fully responsive. It makes it very easy for Abercorn to promote examples of their work.

New agency website

Guy & Co came to Cazinc late in 2016 seeking a digital agency that could offer them greater resources and a wider skillset for their growing digital portfolio. One of the first projects we worked on with them was re-building their own website from the ground up. This new site, based on WordPress and built to their own visual designs, is fully responsive and offers them much greater flexibility in promoting their work.

New website for Bonk & Co

Bonk Stoves are a bit of a Scottish institution – not least because of their name. We worked alongside our design partner Project to deliver a new, responsive ecommerce site for Bonk.

Bonk Stoves are a bit of a Scottish institution – not least because of their name. We worked alongside our design partner Project to deliver a new, responsive ecommerce site for Bonk.

The Bonk website features an engaging timeline that illustrates the family history and growth of the business over the years, helpful content and a wealth of information about stoves and related products.

New website

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.

New websites

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.