The Bath House, a luxury toiletries company based in Cumbria, asked us to create a new online shop for its bathing and bodycare products. The new site is elegant, informative and easy to use. Bath House can easily manage orders, control stock, and view reports and a wide range of other metrics.
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We’re really pleased to say that we have worked with MSD Animal Health for several years on a number of projects including MyPetOnline (which is a website dedicated to small animals which are Dog, Cat and Rabbit) and Healthy Horses, which is dedicated to the equine industry. The Healthy Horses website is actually based upon the same site structure as MyPetOnline, but had incorporated an existing design which had now become dated. We had the opportunity to work closer with the equine team to improve the look and feel as well as functionality of the site, to help the equine team to promote their services to horse owners in the best way possible.
The FSA wanted to create a web-based tool that would allow producers of smoked fish to better understand the risks regarding contamination of their product by Listeria. The ultimate project aim was to reduce the risk of Listeria in smoked fish through better education and information leading to changes in working practices to reduce and mitigate risk.
After a successful website re-launch in October 2014, Oxford Business Group (OBG) planned to extend their digital presence with the introduction of an iPad app. The application Hydrant developed is designed to showcase and provide access to OBG’s broad range of economic insights - on the move, wherever you may be.
Warwick Fabrics UK are creators of exclusive furnishing fabrics for domestic and commercial interiors. They have been supplying fabrics to the trade for 25 years, alongside their sister company in Australia.
The Commonwealth is a voluntary association of 53 countries working towards shared goals in democracy and development. Upbeat worked with the Commonwealth Secretariat to rebuild the Commonwealth site to better showcase their work across the globe.
For the past six years, the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing at the University of Cumbria have been developing a comprehensive repository of linked e-learning materials to be used in distance, blended and face to face teaching. The materials are based on characters within a fictitious town, covering a wide social spectrum, and offer unique learning opportunities for health students to apply their theoretical knowledge to the real world problems that affect the town’s residents.