Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Onwards and upwards..


Yesterday we launched our now corporate website here.

The previous day we inducted two new php analyst programmers and a second business analyst.
Last monday we started a new sysadmin.
We're still looking for a flash actionscript 3 developer.

Now that the new site is up I can reveal that we're working on ecommerce for two exciting fashion brands Bench and Hooch. Its always a challenge working for established brands, but in this case its creating a real buzz in the office, they're going to be cool through and through, from the graphic design to the seamless integration with warehouse and financial systems.

Talking of challenging, the migration of a.n.other client seems to have gone pretty smoothly, some minor issues are outstanding, but (touch wood) everything that's needed is working.

And finally.. we've launched a redesign of Duchamp.


Comments:

toby said...

Well, you can't go wrong with News Gothic reversed out of red. :)

Nice showcase home page.

Brian said...

that website looks familiar! :D

Danny said...

. yeah, nice work dude :-)

Danny said...

... infact two of the four shouts are yours, give yourself a pat on the back (and a have a chocolate watch)

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