BAE Systems need very little introduction. They are a global defence, aerospace and security company employing nearly 90,000 people worldwide. Their wide-ranging products and services cover air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology, and support services.
InForm Web Design developed a website for BAE Systems Software Tools Group (STG) to promote their range of CASE tools. The website was hand coded in HTML and was one of the first launched for this global corporation and for ourselves. The site went live in 1996 and even pre-dates Search Engines such as Google. Search Engine Optimisation hadn’t even come in to being at the time and the technical headache was one of loading graphics quickly over slow dial-up modems.
The site proved an extremely positive marketing move for the STG Group with notable sales of the ADD Ingres Data Dictionary going to Apple in Cupertino, California and NATO in Brussels.
Drupal CMS Website Design Lancashire Drupal is an open source content management platform (CMS) which powers millions of websites and applications. There is no proprietary code, it’s fully extensible and flexible and you have access to an active developer community worldwide. There’s a huge market of Distributions, Themes and Modules available for Drupal which can … Continue reading “Why we like Drupal?”Read More
WordPress Website Design Lancashire WordPress started in 2003 with a single bit of code to enhance the typography of everyday writing and with fewer users than you can count on your fingers and toes. Since then it has grown to be the largest CMS tool in the world, used on millions of sites and seen … Continue reading “Why our clients love WordPress?”Read More
A web design brief is a written explanation outlining the aims, objectives and milestones of a web design project. A thorough and articulate web design brief is a critical part of the design process. It helps to develop a level of understanding and forms the basis of further detailed study.Read More
Each day, an average of 100 million hours of video are watched on Facebook, and it’s estimated that mobile video will account for 75% of total mobile data traffic by 2020. As people watch more video on mobile devices, advertisers have a huge opportunity to use video to connect with their audience where they are spending their time: on mobile and in their feed. But whilst advertisers consider investing more of their video advertising spend into mobile, many are curious about the right way to build video creative for the small screen.Read More
Despite the convenience of online shopping many shoppers abandon their baskets. Having persuaded a potential customer to place a product in their shopping basket, it is frustrating for any marketer when that customer then abandons their order. Yet research reveals that 40% of UK online shoppers desert their baskets at least half the time before completing a purchase.Read More
InForm Web Design is delighted to announce it has won the contract to design and develop a website for Citizens Advice Lancashire West.
InForm beat fellow web design company, Fat Media, in the final stages with a proposal that was “closer to our requirements and substantially lower in cost”.
Flexcrete Technologies Limited, the UK’s leading independent manufacturer of engineering quality technical mortars and high performance coatings, has launched a brand new website at www.flexcrete.com which has been developed using one of the very latest web design approaches to ensure the site is more user-friendly than ever before.Read More
InForm Marketing is proud to announce it has won a UK Web Award. InForm received the award of First Runner-up ‘Best Non-Commercial Website’ for Cats Online – the website it designed and developed for leading UK animal welfare charity, Cats Protection. The glittering televised Award Ceremony was held at BAFTA and hosted by Emma Forbes and Will Hanrahan.Read More
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