Work

We are incredibly proud of the work we do for our clients. This is just a selection of some of it.

O'Keefe

Software Development

Website and on-boarding system for O'Keefe construction.

The employee management software allows customers to quickly and easily transfer all the paper-based processes you have for employee onboarding to a secure, efficient and easy to use online system.

It provides real-time access to staff data with full reporting and analytics capability allowing you to pull information out when needed.

If employees need to change their personal information, they do that right in the system and the customer receives notification by email.

The responsive design means there’s no need for a purpose built app: The screens just adapt to the device they are being used on.

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The Community Schools

Web Design and Developent

The Community Schools had a new website developed by Cyber which improved the look and performance of the site, and also addressed the need to better target new students looking for help in Maths, English and Sciences.

The site was based on WordPress and was Search Engine optimised for specific keywords. It also made use of content specific feedback forms to encourage engagement and allow The Community Schools to respond more quickly with relevant information.

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Twin Technology

Web Design and Developent

Cyber helped Twin Technology redesign their website, and achieve a compelling attractive design that is not always easy to achieve in the computer and infrastructure sector.

Built on WordPress the site uses bespoke graphics and icons to enhance the user journey through hardware, software and networking options.

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UK Energy Strategies

Web Design and Developent

Cyber was engaged to build the website for a company providing energy advice in the UK.

UK Energy Strategies look to help companies and communities engage and make effective energy decisions that reflect the UK’s regulatory, economic, environmental and cultural needs.

The site was designed to be information led, and targeted to respond well to searches relating to all forms of energy within the UK.

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Rapid App and Site Prototyping

Software Development

Looking to use a more feature rich prototyping tool than simple, static images, we recently trialled Adobe's Beta Product' Experience Designer: Why do we like this product particularly? Because it's quick and simple to use, we can share a live link out to our customers and this enables them to visualise their product and interact with it before we've even started building it.

We made the job of implementing it an internal project because we needed to see how it worked for both us and our clients.

What we discovered is that by interacting with an unbuilt product, our clients can quickly start to document strengths and weaknesses so when we are drawing up a final system specification, we are all comforted to know that their requirement is based on what they have been able to identify as actual need and not just best-guess.

The rapid prototyping project was a resounding success: We're fine tuning our processes to make the initial brief-gathering a little faster and clearer but once that's done, we're rolling this out to all future projects

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Web Design and Developent

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Mobile Website vs Mobile Apps: Which is best for your business?

With half of website traffic hailing from mobile devices, establishing a mobile presence has never been so important. However, when launching your business into the mobile market one of the first things you’ll likely consider is whether to design a fully responsive mobile website or create a mobile application for users to download, or perhaps both.

At a glance, mobile websites and apps can look quite similar, so choosing which is best suited to your business can be tricky. When making your decision there are a few things you should consider, such as target audiences, available budget, intended purpose and required features.

So, what is the difference between the two? Both apps and mobile websites are accessed primarily on a handheld-devices such as smartphones and tablets. The main difference between the two is the way they are accessed.

A mobile website is a website that has responsive design, which means it can easily accommodate different screen sizes and touch-screen interface. Responsive design is increasingly becoming the standard for websites. Like any website, mobile websites/responsive sites can display text content, data, images and video. In addition to this, you can also access mobile-specific features such as click-to-call (to dial a phone number) or location-based mapping.

Whereas, a mobile application needs to be downloaded or installed onto your device in order to be used. Users visit device-specific portals such as Apple’s App Store, or Google’s Play store to search for and download applications. Similarly to websites, some apps need to be connected to the internet to work, others download content in order to be accessed without an internet connection. Generally, native apps offer a faster and more responsive experience compared to mobile websites.

If your goals are primarily related to marketing or public communications, or if your aim is to deliver content and establish a broad mobile presence that can be easily maintained, shared between users, and found on search engines then the a mobile-friendly responsive website is the logical choice.

On the other hand, if your goal is to provide a user experience that feels more like a gaming interface or a computer program than a website, or if you need access to a user's phone storage and native functions, such as the camera, then an app is probably going to be required. Additionally,if you want to engage better, interact with, and communicate with your customers to drive customer loyalty, a mobile app presents itself as a better option.

If you are still undecided, a mobile/responsive website is almost always going to make sense as a practical first step in your mobile outreach strategy. This is because a mobile website has a number of inherent advantages over apps, including broader accessibility, compatibility and cost-effectiveness. In many cases, you may decide you need both a mobile website and a mobile app. If done correctly, both can be a strategic and valuable choice. In the end, it's all about choosing the right tool for the job.

 

Contact us today to learn how we can help you with your businesses mobile presence.

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