Social Inclusion

Inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee, reminds us that the power of the web lies primarily in its universality, being available to everyone regardless of disability, culture or language. Our work in health and social care reminds us that additional factors include social exclusion and poverty, where good service design combined with technology can make a great difference.

Making it Fun

It’s really important that web services are built to be fun and appealing because we transact online more and more, and a bad site disappoints very easily. We build front end sites with interactive functionality and ensure that all of the back end work is effective at the same time. We love good design, coherent graphics and careful use of stylish animations.


Making it Simple

Simplicity is critical to a good web interface. We create websites, back end systems and mobile apps that are intuitive and user-friendly. The complexity of live multi-user systems is a huge challenge but we achieve elegant and simple solutions through careful data modeling and real time user testing.

WCAG 2.0

Web Content Advisory Guidelines (WCAG) are a comprehensive set of recommendations for making web content more accessible, covering a range of issues which are important to those with disabilities or social exclusion. We work to these guidelines wherever possible in order to bring the best possible experience to our clients.