interconnect/it have developed a website for the Whitley Fund for Nature that will help the charity fulfil its goals for the coming decade. By providing a better experience for donors, media and award applicants both visitors and the organisation will benefit.
Cinema websites present a number of challenges, and are often surprisingly poor at selling the film in question. Our build for the Plaza Cinema automatically pulls in images and trailers for films, giving visitors a punchy, dynamic experience.
Using the words from their own website, Digital TV Europe magazine is renowned as the leading monthly international publication covering the business of broadband and pay-TV, whether cable, DTH, IPTV, DTT or mobile. It is read by senior management in engineering, content distribution, finance and marketing.
You know sometimes you have a site requirement and the needs simply aren’t that easily met? Well, this was one of those – there were several primary requirements, but the biggest was to be able to easily display a wide number of healthy living events across the borough in a way that would be easily understood by the general public… continue reading ⇢
We’ve had a pretty busy few months here at interconnect/it and, as a consequence, we’ve failed to tell the world about a large number of website’s we’ve built recently.
Here’s one we built earlier. Hope you like it.
Generally, Marketing are the people who understand what they need to sell to their clients. And Informa’s IBI division has a lot of product offerings which they need to market. Their marketing people needed something flexible yet structured which allowed for the creation of multiple sites without the expense of constant development. Consequently, they asked us, as one of their… continue reading ⇢
Following our work with The Telegraph Blogs supplying code, plugins and consultancy we were asked to be involved in the My Telegraph project for which we supplied a number of staff to work on time and materials basis. Additional to that, we were tasked with building the blog theme for the project along with various back-end tools that allowed a… continue reading ⇢
This is probably the most complex of WordPress projects we’ve ever delivered. It’s also a fine example of how WordPress has evolved as a content management system. Although it’s possible to create custom taxonomies and post types for some time, it’s only recently that it’s become a relatively easy process. As a consequence the building of a complex site such… continue reading ⇢
Danbar Drilling required a website that would put them above their rivals – they wanted a site that was better designed, had excellent browser compatibility, and was easy for them to work with. We delivered a WordPress based solution designed to have a striking front page with key product points, with a news section becoming visible to those surfing more… continue reading ⇢
For a change, a site we didn’t design. Instead we were supplied mock-ups and a basic design brief from the Liverpool design agency Black & Ginger, which we then turned into a living, breathing, news website using our WordPress skills to help make a dynamic site easy to manage even for relatively untrained staff.