Websites and applications
- Custom website design and production
- Search engine integration
- Search engine optimisation (SEO)
- Website statistics collection and analysis
- Domain Name registration
- Site hosting and email accounts
- Blog and bulletin board installation and customisation
- Animations and Flash banners
- Training provided so that clients can update their website themselves
- Training courses in: HTML, CSS, Dreamweaver, Photoshop
- Content Management System (CMS) integration
- Maintenance and technical support
- Modern standards compliance
- Systems analysis
- Technical specifications documentation
- User interface design and branding
- Full system development (database development, programming, systems integration etc.)
- System deployment and configuration
- Project management
- Training and user manuals
- Technical support
We created a fully responsive website which adapts to the size of any device providing the viewer with the optimum user experience. The site features a multi-level CSS-driven (100% accessible) drop down navigation menu.
NHS (NPC) Website and applications
We built the National Prescribing Centre's (NPC) website which brings together several previously disparate sites into a corporately branded and unified single site consisting of several thousand pages.
We also delivered several password protected Web applications including the 'Controlled drugs' and 'Local decision-making' systems that enable users to share information and collaborate online.
Keele University School of Medicine website and virtual applications
Our staff have developed several sites and sub-sites for Keele University.
ReValuing Care Research Network (RCRN)
We created a social media website using WordPress. We added a series of plug ins to provide additional functionality. Much of the functionality requires a user to 'log in' before the features (such as the Forum) become available.
Software development and games
We have produced a large amount of bespoke software, web applications and Flash games - contact us for a demonstration. This game was developed for Keele University Medical School. Play the game called Germ Mayhem on your Nintendo Wii - Just navigate to the website in your Wii's web browser.