Whether it be large international businesses or small companies closer to home, we're lucky to be able to work with some incredible clients from all corners of the world. Here's some of the stuff we've done.
Semantical, a visionary German software company, approach us to help them brand, design and launch their forthcoming app and backend web service. With the precise nature of their revolutionary software still kept under tight wraps, a teaser site was initially launched to help spark interest and titillate their audience. The complete site and product will be revealed soon.
Partly funded by Creative Scotland and Scottish Enterprise, this bold and enterprising start-up commissioned us to help them plan, design and develop their poetry based social network from the ground up. Following a strict agile approach with iterative developments rolled out over many months, we recently launched the PoetryZoo public beta with many new developments and features in the pipeline.
Working closely with Harviestoun Brewery, we devised a strategy to capture their increasing mobile audience and encourage more online sales by designing and developing a new fully responsive and cutting edge e-commerce site. Results have seen a tripling of online revenue and a staggering increase in user engagement.
We worked with M3, a leading Dutch consultancy, to strategise and craft an entirely new online presence for them. Through bespoke, content-driven designs we created a site that not only demonstrates the skills and services they offer but also seamlessly intertwines vast client experience, in-depth project examples and a personal, people orientated approach.
In conjunction with StudioLR, we helped design and develop a large, comprehensive online portal that houses a huge array of public and professional material and resources relating to child protection. The site now acts as the first stop for all child and adult protection needs across Scotland.
StudioLR, a multi-award winning design agency, were looking to work with a web company that would help interpret, translate and realise their vision for a new site. We were fortunate enough to get this opportunity. Suggesting the idea for a fully-responsive site, we liaised closely with them to execute their intended designs and advise them throughout the process.
Staying away from traditional representations of historic estates, we collaborated with Paxton House and renowned trustee Ken Craig to devise a bold, modern brand. Devising a partially responsive grid system of pages, we interlinked content to create a unique and powerful online experience with a contemporary, compelling and engaging user journey.
Ruffians approached us with a strong vision for their brand and business and challenged us to translate and interpret their requirements into an effective online presence. Through working closely with them and liaising on all aspects of the site, we crafted a site that accurately reflects their brand qualities and conveys their desire to reinvigorate the male grooming industry.
After disregarding the use of commonplace stock photography, we created a stripped back brand that represented the core values that AH&Co stands for: trust, honesty, knowledge and good service. The web site was then crafted to embody these concepts and present a refreshing minimalist online presence that contains hidden depth and intricacy.
An independent Arctic expedition company, Fotspor is currently helping to study the effects of climate change in the northern hemisphere. Since the launch of their new web site, they’ve attracted more interest than any year previous, now working with the likes of UNESCO and National Geographic.