S8080: User experience, website and interactive design, technical web development and digital communications

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Bespoke

  • Application design
  • Technical specification
  • Website application build
  • Database development
  • Bespoke functionality
  • Security scanned
  • Microsoft .NET development
  • 3rd party web services integration
  • Mash-ups

Every bespoke web application we build starts with our Information Architecture phase, which may include a comprehensive functional specification, or building clickable wireframes or prototypes - we work closely with you until we have developed a detailed blue print of your application, ensuring you get the functionality and solution your organisation needs. We then brief up our team of techies who make it happen...

  • Built to the latest web standards and following government best practice
  • Potentially interfacing into your business systems or secure extranet
  • Interfacing into 3rd party functionality and 'mash ups'
  • Integrated into your S8080 CMS  or open-source CMS
  • Tested, retested and security scanned
  • Handed over to you after training and user acceptance testing
  • Roll out
  • Ongoing support and development as your individual online needs flourish

And it's all built in Wales by our team of techies at S8080 (unlike some agencies we never, ever subcontract or use freelancers - it would be impossible to give quality assurance to ISO 9001:2008 standards).

Some of the clients we have built bespoke web applications for include:

  • HM Cabinet Office
  • DWP
  • NHS
  • Department of Health
  • Welsh Assembly Government
  • Department of Energy and Climate Change
  • South Wales Police
  • DEFRA
  • ACAS.
We have worked with the S8080 team for many years and the working relationship we have developed is one of the best client - agency relationships we have. This provided strong foundations for what was an ambitious and innovative project - based thoroughly on web 2.0 principles and user generated content.

Your input was invaluable where developing the communications idea was concerned and this was backed up by brilliant creative and design as well as the technical and project management ability to make it happen. The campaign has been extremely successful, allowed us to embark on an innovative way of engaging our customers and is already shaping the way we plan to do things in the future.

Jon Munro - Visit Wales, talking about www.wales1000things.com

 

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