A WordPress e-commerce website for Edinburgh-based illustrator and screenprinter Kelly Stewart.
a WordPress website to support and showcase botanical artists and give them the opportunity to submit work for Society exhibitions.
a WooCommerce-based WordPress site for an Edinburgh shop offering an extensive range of natural stones, porcelains, ceramics, mosaics and tiles.
A retailer, wholesaler and distributor of high quality pet products with a focus on quality, ethical, innovative products.
a website to raise awareness of the importance of good nutrition amongst children and promote the continued sharing of policy and practices between the UK and US.
working as part of a team to deliver a refresh of the site, making it responsive and modern.
A mobile web application designed to help users quickly find out what food is in season during the current month.
An interactive website aimed at encouraging visitors to gain fire safety knowledge and book a safety visit.
A Wordpress site for discussion of gender themes in global governance, featuring a user Forum.
A Wordpress website backed by the Scottish Government, designed to highlight the role of the water industry in Scotland.
This Scottish charity required a fresh new design as well as several new features for their website, such as membership control and e-commerce facilities.
Wordpress e-commerce site for a varied and eclectic gallery, based in the village of Buchlyvie, Stirlingshire.
A yearly event showcasing art across Central Scotland. Over 145 artists and 70 studios open their studio doors to the public.
This historic, family owned cottage has a new re-designed website, built using Wordpress.
A mobile friendly site, providing information on recycling, built using Wordpress and the jQuery Mobile framework.
An e-commerce website for ethical British knitwear designer Nicky Thomson, built using Prestashop.
A website built using Expression Engine 2 for AOC, an archaeology company based in Edinburgh.
Wordpress website for Enquire, a Scottish learning support service funded by the Scottish Government.