Bespoke Content Management System

for when an off the shelf system can't do the business

We building bespoke Content Management systems

When to go bespoke?

Off the shelf CMS like Umbraco and WordPress are brilliant but some times they can’t do everything you want them to.  If you have a specific functional requirement this either needs to be programmed in or sometimes its better to build bespoke from the ground up.

What are the advantages of going bespoke?

Building bespoke has many advantages over off the shelf open source or licensed software.

  • First of all, there is no license fee. We include any such fees in the one-off development costs.
  • Second, as a bespoke system, we can tailor it and build it to any requirements. This is particularly useful for jobs where off the shelf software just not have the functionality or capability to extend to do specific tasks. Many of our more complex sites are built on our own CMS for this reason.
  • Third, because we develop the software we can support it 100%. We do not have to revert to online forums or help desks or search for plugins to help fix holes.

Where do we do it?

Set up in 1998, all our bespoke content management system work is carried out in-house at our Hammersmith office in West London, W6.  We do not outsource our work. We are a team of about 15, geared towards building our clients’ businesses and brands online.

 

Bespoke Content Management System - Featured Case Studies:

Marvic Textiles – Bespoke CMS
Marvic Textiles

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Bannister’s Farm create household favourites
Bannisters’ Farm

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Responsive design for Baltic Travel Company
Baltic Travel

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Tom Faulkner Bespoke, Responsive CMS for Furniture Website
Tom Faulkner

Bespoke, Responsive CMS for Contemporary Furniture Website

For this site we were supplied the designs by the client’s branding agency, with strict rules on how the site should function and work.

The site needed to be as elegant and refined as the furniture that it represented. The achievement here was to incorporate the floating menu with the on-page display (with logical on and off) and to have it behave differently on mobile.

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