How We Work
1 Work With Our Clients
We believe that the best results for the client comes from working with you to see your project to completion. We respect the fact that no ones knows your business better than you. We like to keep you involved at all stages of the project and wont just present the final solution. We will take a genuine interest in you and your business and are always ready to listen to any suggestions you may have.
We believe in not wasting time and resources on unnecessary work. We use the time and resources available to every project to deliver the best we possibly can. When creating websites we make wireframes and prototypes to allow you to commit to a design before any major development work is carried out. We focus on one solution at a time, crafting and refining it to perfection.
3 Work Collaboratively
We operate as an collaborative studio, bringing on experts as required for jobs. We have a pool of associates who are designers, developers, photographers, animators and artists. So we have a fantastic resource of talent to draw from to get your project off the ground. This allows us to maintain the same levels of quality over a range of project sizes.
We design exceptional websites that focus on the best way to present your business to your target audience. We don’t believe in just throwing a nice design together and will do our research to ensure it meets the requirements of the project.
We develop our websites using the latest techniques and standards based code. This means your new website has search optimisation baked in, is future proof and will work over a range of devices (desktop, laptops, tablets, mobile).
We can take your website one stage further and implement a Content Management System that will allow to edit your own pages, upload images, write blog posts and save on update costs. We use a very user friendly system which our clients love.
We have experience developing touchscreen systems for museums and exhibitions. These interactive experiences are a great way to engage with the public and allow them to view and browse text, images and video in a natural and intuitive manner.