We’re Drupal experts. Since 2008 we’ve built hundreds of sites using this open source web development framework – from enterprise content management repositories to highly engineered systems that integrate with 3rd party apps and e-commerce plays to more standard corporate websites. Here’s a small sample of our work. Click on the client logos for a project summary.
Our redesign of the Heart and Stroke Foundation website helped them better display content. By creating more coherent user journeys, engagement increased with visitors browsing more pages and spending longer on the site. Our efforts also helped the fundraising efforts of their Heart Mark campaign by giving greater prominence to qualifying products.
The UK-listed owner of the Financial Times and Penguin Books appointed us to streamline the digital footprint of its South African education business units. We built a multi-domain environment allowing its different business units to use a single content management system while retaining their own unique front end identities.
In designing the brand website for the Rhodes Quality range, we built a clean, visually aesthetic site which makes canned food look sexy. We’re particularly proud of the way we were able to relate content to improve usability.
OpenUCT is the web portal that allows people to access open teaching and learning content from the University of Cape Town. This is one of a number of Drupal projects we have undertaken for South African universities.
The University of Cape Town asked us to rebuild the National Benchmark Tests portal for assessment of prospective first year students. Integrating CRM systems and emphasising usability streamlined the way in which students could apply to university. Application process times and support requests were drastically reduced.
The African Heart Network (AHN) does incredible work in Africa, but their old website did not do them any justice. It was a static HTML website with limited functionality. The new website sports a fresh look and improved features with an enhanced user experience.
This landmark Cape Town hotel asked us to build a site which showcased their beautiful facilities while making it as easy as possible for potential visitors to book their accommodation. We also run a full digital marketing campaign to boost the site’s visibility and acquire customers.
A major player in the asset management game, Contego wanted a web presence to set them apart from the rest. We gave them a site that helps demystify the world of finance while giving their clientele secure access to relevant information through a django integration into financial services information aggregator Nutcracker.
An eye-catching design and strong focus on user experience masks the complexity of this busy theme park website’s advanced booking engine. Who said website development was child’s play? We’re just glad we were working with Drupal.
The Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies, which operates from the University of the Western Cape, needed a flexible content management system to publish its research and events. We rebuilt their site using Drupal.
Rhodes Food Group asked us to migrate its corporate website from a legacy Drupal 5 environment. We provided a fresh new look to the site, migrated existing content and implemented technical changes to enhance the site’s search engine visibility.
The Council for Health Service Accreditation of Southern Africa asked us to rebuild their site to improve usability and make content more accessible. We’re particularly proud of the map we created for them.
Usability and design were essential building blocks for this e-commerce site. Design needed to differentiate it from traditional spa treatments, while one-click-to-cart and calls to action encouraged sales.