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How to make your website work harder for you

A good business never stands still, instead they see opportunities in difficult situations.


What else can your website do for you?

Creating an easy-to-navigate, informative website that reflects your brand is just the first step. You should also aim to use your digital platform to add value for your clients and employees. We’re lucky to work with some clever clients who know what’s needed to stay ahead of their competitors, and we’ve helped them bring those ideas to life.



Online course features

Galbraiths runs a prestigious shipping course, established in 1970. When the pandemic forced the temporary closure of the face-to-face course, it highlighted a need for an online portal to support classroom learning. We’re transferring all the knowledge developed by Galbraiths over decades onto a secure online platform, allowing candidates to access classes, discussion boards and documents.



Staff management portal

This luxury property company specialising in high-end projects understood they also needed a top-end management portal for their team. We built an online platform that allows staff members to book holidays, order workwear and access project details behind a secure login. Essential for a thriving, busy company.



Facade Designer

Combining innovative tech with a sure-fire sales technique – at Michelmersh, customers can design their own brick wall! Users can visualise mortar colour and render pattern and calculate the number of bricks required. The system then renders the wall on the fly, allowing users to download the 3D image as well as brick specifications – whilst capturing all-important consumer details.


Tempest Resourcing

Salesforce Integration

Tempest Resourcing is renowned for matching highly qualified candidates with clients in Education and Social Work sectors. That calls for an efficient website and job search functionality. Seamlessly integrated with Salesforce, the jobs board automatically populates the candidate-facing website design, designed and built by Cross Origin.