LGBT.media is a job search website marketing at the LGBT community. It was a custom-build project, and due to the specific nature of the features required, was suited to a complete bespoke CMS, which we coded in-house. It downloads XML-format job data from a source 4 times a day, and also enables the client to upload ‘featured’ jobs. Candidates may also upload their CVs and apply for specific jobs online.
Clients of LGBT.media may also apply for their own accounts, and upload their own jobs, on a chargeable basis.
An innovative and expanding home interiors business, Love Thy Interiors wanted a website which matched their brand and their aspirations. A previous incarnation of the website, produced by a third-party, had not met their expectations. We were engaged to produce a much more engaging and user-friendly website, with the addition of eCommerce facilities.
The end result was a clean, modern website, the perfect showcase for the brand’s luxurious products. The client conducts a good proportion of their business online, and their website facilitates that perfectly.
Knightsbridge required a tightly-integrated full eCommerce website for the public arm of their business, which enabled them to showcase their range of gentleman’s neckwear online. A targeted social media campaign was designed to bring traffic into the site, and to increase sales.
A recent upgrade to the site involved adapting their existing design to be mobile-friendly, thereby enabling their customers to browse and buy from their mobile devices.
The Relatives & Residents Association is a national charity for older people in or needing care and the relatives and friends who help them cope.
They needed a modern, mobile-friendly website to pass a vast amount of information onto their users. The website was built using WordPress to allow the RelRes team of volunteers and staff to keep the information up-to-date themselves.
Note: The graphic design of the site was produced by a third-party designer. The build and data-structure was completed by ourselves.
The Partnership is a public-sector organisation for York, responsible for delivering community safety projects in the area. They are also instrumental in disseminating information about local services out the the general public.
We were proud to be asked to work on this project with the Partnership, and the City of York Council.
Superskills exist in a fast-moving educational environment for adults and school-leavers. Their course offerings change regularly, and they required the ability to update the website regularly, adding new courses quickly and easily.
The owner and his staff are tech-savvy, and regularly monitor their advertising campaigns and the effect on traffic and sales from the website.
The YGC needed a website which satisfied three distinct stakeholder groups: a) members of the club, b) members of the public, and c) staff and administrators of the club. Each group wanted different information and functionality from the website.
We implemented a WordPress-based solution which provided information about gliding and the club to the general public, and provided the members with club information, a forum and a club-specific social network for communication between members.. Staff and Administrators are also able to review and edit the website regularly, as well as moderate the membership forums and other discussion boards.