Web site design, database design, programming, support
Here are some of the more recent web sites we have completed
Another site using our content management system. The user has really got to grips with the software and the web site is kept up to date and interesting.
A business based on Dartmoor selling granite troughs and 'furniture'. The site uses our content management system which displays product details including a picture (with a pop up larger view), description and price. The products are divided into categories. The site also shows a last updated date, featured products, number of products and latest products - all easily set up using the standard features of the software. (Site design was by Work-Live).
Balls and Boobs is a charity formed to raise money for research into testicular and breast cancer (hence the title). The ride has now been completed and over £7000.00 was raised. Our support for the charity was to build and host the content managed web site for free.
CASE stands for Chagford Action for Sustainable Energy - a group formed to look at opportunities for renewable energy in and around Chagford. One of the conditions of a grant obtained to help with installation of solar water heating systems in Chagford was to create a web site to publish information on energy use before and after installation of the systems. This is another content managed site as are all our web sites now.
A total revamp to the Chagford web site which now boasts news, events, business listings, links, downloads and a guestbook with more features being added all the time. The header shows a random image on every page refresh. The site is hosted on our content management system and has a number of users with different access levels who can add and edit content.
A web site for a US company selling construction machinery. This site is linked to a complex online stock control and administration system also built by Round Ash. Current stock is listed on the site and administrators can add images of the machinery to be displayed on the pages.