We're using our 5-6pm personal development time to run a mini project, sending our coffee consumption stats to our website. To achieve this we'll be playing with some nice new things.
We create engaging, user friendly web applications that will have your customers coming back for more: we don’t make simple things, we make things simple.
We use open source technologies to build highly functional web applications, translating business processes and creative ideas into online services.
When start-up bookacourse.com needed a company to design their website and provide expertise in user experience design and information architecture they came to UVd and we took them through a text book responsive web design experience.
Energy savings calculator
We built a mobile-web energy savings calculator for Havells Sylvannia to improve sales penetration across their global markets
We were asked to create a website for users to add their content into videos and then send and share them as video e-cards via social media channels
HAL - events registration system
Holland America Line, the worlds largest ‘premier cruise line’ asked us to build a customer facing event registration, contact management and customer complaints tracking web application.
Standard Chartered: Events registration & concierge service
We created an event registration and concierge web application
We built a website with a bespoke content management system for the UK’s largest environmental consultancy ADAS so they could use their environmental knowledge and expertise as a sales and marketing tool to increase traffic of prospective clients.
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Rob Squires introduces how we have adopted a 'Full stack' behaviour driven development (BDD) workflow with phpspec and behat, how it has improved the productivity of the whole team and helped us successfully deliver our latest project havells-sylvania.com.
At present Symfony 2 is the most active open source PHP project on github. It has a great community behind it contributing to both the framework and reusable packages and we've been using it within our development stack for a number of web application projects. Pete discusses some of the reasons why.