Clients

Commissioned by Richard Porter, the previous script editor on Top Gear, and built on our new Standfirst Cloud platform, Sniff Petrol is the online satirical magazine dedicated to all things motoring.

It’s a proud feeling for us when clients do well. Even better when they are on a list of top performers in the publishing sector. We’re passionate about developing for the publishing industry and love seeing our clients doing well.

Since the relaunch of the new Marketing Week site, it looks like it’s been turning heads, again. This time winning an award!

We recommend every project we undertake contains some aspect of ‘discovery’. Read on to find out more about this important part of any project we undertake at interconnect/it.

Our Lead designer, Anthony Casey, discusses the redesign of The Spectator website and ponders on some of the main decisions made from a front-end, design perspective.

At the start of April 2014, Telegraph Media Group hired us as a development partner to build what was code named ‘Project Babb’, an experiment in shareable content designed to broaden the paper’s audience. You can read all about it here.

We try to fit in one charity project a year at interconnect/it and this year it was the turn of the Plaza community cinema in Waterloo. Read on for the design notes behind this exciting build.

We recently developed a new site for the Foundation Trust Governor’s Association, which allowed for an easy self-hosted and self-managed yet sophisticated website.

We’ve been working with the publishing and events giant, Informa T&M. Since we launched Telecoms.com, they have increasingly been using WordPress to deliver business critical websites.

When NATS wanted a new corporate site with a broad range of content which could be easily managed, they turned to WordPress for a reason. The excellent results are there to be seen.

On the night of June 23rd, Telegraph Media flicked the switch on a new project – Telegraph Blogs. And, proudly, we’d like to say we were involved with the project.

It’s quite apt that on the day that WordPress.com appears to have broken (it’s not serving any front-end pages on this blog at the time of writing if you’re logged in) I’m making a post about hosting.