We use digital innovation and collaborative problem-solving to improve everyday interactions.
From strategy and design to development and support
By understanding user needs, we can deliver services that create rewarding experiences and help our clients better connect with their audiences.
We use our deep understanding of the latest regulations to ensure online communications are accessible for all.
We design and build websites and online applications, and integrate them with business systems, to ensure an effective online presence.
Our hosting platforms are robust, scalable and secure, and backed up by the support you’d expect from a market-leader.
Cookie Control - The original cookie solution updated for GDPR and CCPA
Some of our work
Drilling down for more accessible and transparent natural resources information
Helping Scotland’s families make simple changes to the way they shop, cook and eat
St Albans City and District Council
New website helps people of St Albans cope with challenges of COVID-19
Barking and Dagenham Council
User-focused council website helps residents find important services
Our Cookie Control tool is GDPR and CCPA compatible, simple and intuitive, and puts users in control. It stops cookies being placed on a user’s device until they give explicit consent.
Ffora is a flexible and scalable solution that empowers online communities to collaborate, create content and share resources.
Our flexible and compliant systems place information, options and support in one place to help business teams focus on core activities.
Our learning management platform uses gamification and social reputation mechanics to enhance training, learning and knowledge-sharing.
Securing Applications with no code?
Security has always been a major concern for all applications. In the past, a single security layer was enough to make sure that only the right people could access the application. However, in recent years, modern applications development has been following a “divide and conquer” approach with micro-services architecture dominating the floor. This means that the old monolithic back-end service now breaks into smaller services, each dealing with a specific functionality/responsibility. Thus, an authentication/authorisation service is needed to maintain security for our applications.
Who's afraid of the big bad (accessibility) wolf?
You've probably heard the story of the three little pigs and how their wildly different building techniques stood up (or didn't stand up 😂) to the big bad wolf.
You may be asking what questionable bovine building practices have to do with a blog post about accessibility? It's not uncommon for terminology from the construction industry to be used when referring to web and app development, so it's not much of a stretch to see how the wisdom of building on a firm foundation, with the right materials, can transfer to the web too.