Herbal Snuff
Status: Active

A group of London herbalists asked us to provide a simple website to publicise their innovative new product. They wanted lots of pictures, and a forum for users and practitioners to exchange their views. We constructed a website with a contacts database for mailshots and a clear, non-commercialised appearance.


Living Medicine
Status: Active

Living Medicine wanted an Admin section for their website, to maintain a database of contacts for mailshots, and a database of workshops for booking, accounting and reporting. We setup a database to hold all their data, with full facilities for them to view, add or edit their data by logging into their own Admin area. A custom reports section provides summary reports and pie-charts.


Delight Rubellery
Status: Active

An East End fashion designer needed a webshop to sell her latest range of accessories, and a customer / order database to handle the business. We created a bright, open, modern style site with shop and cart connected to her PayPal account. The Admin database enables invoicing and mailshots to customers, and holds accounts with standard reports including VAT quarterly returns.


Publish What You Pay
Status: Active

Journalists working for a Norwegian charity wanted a web-based database to enable several volunteers to enter data from their own homes for a report on the use of tax havens by major corporations. Once entered, the website automatically processes the data to produce detail and summary reports, pie-charts and interactive maps.


Status: Testing

The brief was to create a webshop to showcase the work of young East London fashion designers, with an Admin area to enable individual designers to login and maintain their own stock, and view or print reports detailing all sales of their products.

The website handles the shopping cart, stock control, mailshots, and accounts.


Herbal Barge
Status: Active

The Herbal Barge Company wanted a clear, easy-to-use, low-cost website to promote their new, floating herbal medicine practice. The website includes an Events page, to which new events can easily be posted in the Admin section. All our websites have Admin sections, which allow users to access their own data, and control some areas of content.


Status: Active

FlexyFoot already had a website, but it was built with a content management system developed initially for blogs, and was difficult to maintain. We upgraded the site, uploaded new content, and produced a German version of the site in time for the German trade show.


Goodwin Design
Status: Active

A new website for this well-established team of design consultants. The Admin area allows them to control most of their own content by editing the text, uploading pictures, and choosing the layout style for each featured project. Contact management and mailshots are included as standard, and click-tracking is enabled to see how long people stay on any page.