Supporting the third sector with websites to change the world
We always aim to be the change we want to see in the world, and working with charities brings that ideal within reach.
Security and performance are essential for third sector websites, as they strive to be there for people when they need it most. These websites also need to be equipped to handle sudden huge demand during giving seasons and
We provide quality solutions to an ISO 9001:2015 accreditation
Our team of engineers are all experts in their respective fields
We offer creative solutions, built from a wealth of experience
Our SEO and marketing team have a proven success rate
War Child UK is a charity that supports the future and wellbeing of children living through the damaging reality of some of the world's most dangerous war zones. Providing safe spaces, access to education, skills training and much more, they ensure that children’s lives are not torn apart by war. War Child UK came to us with a mission: to get a new site live in time for Christmas. We calculated that after planning we could have one three week sprint before we had to deploy to live.
The former War Child UK site wasn’t responsive, so the charity feared missing donations from supporters on mobile and tablet devices. They also wanted a bold new design, focused on imagery, aiming to create empathy and achieve the highest possible impact. The final decision was to build and launch a Minimum Marketable Product (MMP). It had to be a polished product, that would serve them during one of their busiest periods, without a loss of critical functions, such as donations. An MMP achieves the earliest possible route to market and, within the tight initial deadline, this approach was right; we have since added a series of additional features.
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) is an international centre of excellence in child healthcare and one of the UK’s biggest charities. Since 1852, GOSH has been using state of the art technology to save children’s lives- so it was time that their online presence matched this. We concluded that GOSH needed a single harmonised platform. Migrating multiple sites to Drupal, we were able to introduce scalable architecture, with an infrastructure able to cope with sudden spikes in traffic levels.
Following an interruption-free migration, we delivered a flexible content structure, that is easy to access and easy to maintain. By integrating the charity’s many microsites into the code-base of the two larger sites, we streamlined the system, to reduce costs and to make it easier to introduce new features. GOSH are no longer constrained by their CMS. Instead, visitors are rapidly
The Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) sets professional standards, provides support, promotes and protects the interests of occupational therapists, amongst
With user experience at the forefront, we allowed members to access everything they might need in one place.