Mela

The website allows Mela to earn money from their website using a secure payment system like Paypal. It operates along side Just Eat as a similar system and brings in orders free from any third party commission, only a one-time setup fee and domain/hosting.

A food order prints out to kitchen with order ID, Name and address, Itemised dishes. An order confirmation is emailed to the customer with Order ID. A card receipt is emailed to customer, with Total amount paid. Online business reports are available to the client with Listings for all transactions.

Bombay Night

The website allows Bombay Night to earn money from their website using a secure payment system like Paypal. It operates along side Just Eat as a similar system and brings in orders free from any third party commission, only a one-time setup fee and domain/hosting.

A food order prints out to kitchen with order ID, Name and address, Itemised dishes. An order confirmation is emailed to the customer with Order ID. A card receipt is emailed to customer, with Total amount paid. Online business reports are available to the client with Listings for all transactions.

Curry Queen

The website allows Curry Queen to earn money from their website using a secure payment system like Paypal. It operates along side Just Eat as a similar system and brings in orders free from any third party commission, only a one-time setup fee and domain/hosting.

A food order prints out to kitchen with order ID, Name and address, Itemised dishes. An order confirmation is emailed to the customer with Order ID. A card receipt is emailed to customer, with Total amount paid. Online business reports are available to the client with Listings for all transactions.

Sizzlers

The restaurant opening on 6 Bridge Street Winchester requires a website for its launch. The website will feature online ordering. There will be a system for updating the menu. The customer will be able to order and pay online, and the system will print out the order.

The website will link to social accounts. Sizzlers’ owners have history to tell. The menu is a combination from many world cusines. The grill is at the centre of the restuarant. The kitchen is open plan. There is seating for multiple parties.

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Soccer96

Responsive band website

Launched to coincide with an imminent concert: Squarepusher at Troxy in London’s eastend. The brief was to lift the design from the musicians’ other band’s existing site. This was adapted easily in a few days with the addition of a videos page.

An editor account was setup on the website using Perch CMS, allowing very easy administration by the band. The website’s support for multiple screen sizes is highly effective and familiar. Efficient use of YouTube players and minimum external dependancies to increase maintainability.

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Quantone MusicGeek

Intelligent playlist recommendations

Quantone CEO Evan Stein hoards music meta-data. Our collaboration centered around two discussions held at and near the client’s headquarters. I documented initial proposals for a user experience prototype. Front-end Developer Conor Cussell designed and developed the user interface.

MusicGeek is built with IBM’s Watson technology, making it the first music platform to use cognitive computing. It’s the equivalent of going to the record store and asking the skinny guy in the black T-shirt … to introduce you to your next favourite track whenever you’re in the mood.

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Super Best Friends Club

Responsive video experience

An intense way for Super Best Friends Club to engage its fans and visitors in mailing list campaigns, live dates and entrancing fusion music. It’s easy for them to manage using the bespoke Perch CMS implementation.

The experience is designed and tested to work on various Android handsets with diverse hardware specifications and uses code practices that are robust and dependable requiring minimal maintenance and external dependencies.

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Topical

Social media digest

Topical lets you easily follow any topic on Twitter. You simply add your topics of interest, and Topical will search Twitter for the most popular stories and deliver them to you – in real-time via our web app and once a day via our email digest.

With Topical anyone using Twitter (and even those who can’t find their way through the chaos) can stay on top of the things they need to follow. No more following lots of people, baby pictures, unrelated posts or noisy feeds.

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