Sometimes, programming is the main part of a website development project. Often, we use programming for stand alone CD's and applications too.
A few examples
Dynamic Database Content
One example of dynamic database content is the Inverness Museum & Art Gallery where most of the information for What's On, The Collections and Curators' Favourite
is drawn from databases and is searchable by colection and/or keywords.
Our fully updatable shops - such as The Vintage Swallow - calculate postage, quantity discounts, weight, and virtually anything else that could be desired. Credit card payment is then accepted through our secure server.
A central feature of all our websites is that the client should be able to easily update as much of the site as possible without assistance. New Lanark Mills can update their current events, external links, prices or text on any page.
We can also offer various content management systems for adding new content and pages to your website.
Frasers Auctioneers in Inverness asked us to build an internal network which would run their business for them. It handles all the paperwork and accounting, letting Fraser's do what they do best: auctions.
Many of our websites require complicated online booking facilities. We put a lot of effort into designing the interface so that users are always presented with clear, self-explanatory forms.
Got something that has never been done on the Internet before? Ask us! We are used to programming strange and wonderful things from scratch. For example, we developed software for Legal Software Solutions that creates wills from an easy to use interface.
If you are interested in developing your website or application with us, please contact us by email, online form or telephone on: 01343 813 638