We are delighted to be working with a local business, especially one with such a long standing reputation as The Cumberland Building Society.
Hydrant are pleased to announce that we are now part of Upbeat Productions Ltd. Joining forces allows Hydrant to offer a wider range of technologies and creative expertise and a larger team as well as national coverage with staff based throughout the UK, including central London.
Upbeat’s newest recruit has actually been with the company for over a year. That’s because our new Junior Developer, Alan Saunders, has just successfully completed his Drupal Web Developer Apprenticeship with us.
A regular feature we've needed a solution for in any Drupal website build is how to handle showing the breadcrumb and active trail (highlighted menu items). Drupal Core has always catered for this by using the menu structure, but when it comes to placing another page or pages of a certain type into the this active trail, a contributed solution has been required.
Has it really been a year since our Drupal Web Development Apprentice, Alan Saunders, started working with us? The last twelve months have definitely flown by. Here's Alan's account of his Upbeat experience.
Soloco Limited act on behalf of manufacturers such as Samsung and retailers such as Peter Tyson to provide repair plans for the appliances purchased by their customers.
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.
Integrated solutions Building websites with our clients is normally just part of a broader digital strategy. Many companies will need to consider how the website integrates with their social media channels, and how it can support their marketing activities and customer engagement. With modern technology, the possibilities are almost endless - but there are some common threads. Most organisations capture information about their users. For some it can be as simple as a name and email address being added to a mailing list. Other organisations store more information about their users - perhaps their purchase history, geographic location, or preferences. Exposing that information to other channels and services is a key part of ensuring that digital interactions are strong and relevant.