We were asked to provide the apartments with an universally easy to use site to promote the apartments availability. Francis & Maggie, the apartment owners were keen to get involved and put in a lot of time to writing and developing their copy to best reflect the apartments as well as be strong for search engines.
Shakeldimes are film/media company about to embark on their first full feature length movie (rumoured to star Micheal Madsen) and we've just freshened up their site, with a future proof markup. All to HTML 5 standards.
Another Pantiles pub, with a strong theme and great food.
The Ragged's site is easy to navigate.
Each page loads via AJAX, replacing the content and photos without reloading the entire page.
A local restaurant that Cosy designed and built a Drupal CMS based website for.
A traditional theme and some subtle jQuery really set this one off as unique. The elegant type and logo design are consistent throughout the Poet's publications and in house menus etc as they were all handled by Alastair Harlow, Cosy's Graphic designer.
DORIS stands for Document Organisation, Referral and Information Service.
DORIS is now installed in over 400 GP's in the South East. Its aims to provide Doctors, Nurses, Admin and surgery management with quick intuitive access to electronic patient forms, a local and UK wide address book of local community services and healthcare professionals with whom they need to deal on a daily basis as well as clinical pathways and guidance set by their local commissioning groups.
A project just completed for a local roofer. Small & simple, like an interactive business card.
A few jQuery installments get the pages to slide across smoothly, whilst gracefully degrading for less-compatible browsers.
A no-nonsense website to host a show-reel and act as an straight to the point contact card for potential clients. The header folds up as you scroll down the page to optimise headroom for the content.
Alex approached us as a computer illiterate man in need of a web presence and a dynamic system to quickly advertise his ever expanding portfolio of work.
As someone with a lack of experience in computing, Alex needed a content management system included in the design so that he could easily log in and update his portfolio in the future.