Media Mix: Code Computerlove, RMS and Fluid Creativity
MANCHESTER digital agency Code Computerlove has completed an overhaul of Oxfam’s web presence.
The work has been handled by the agency over the past 18 months.
As well as designing the website Code has also created a new content management system.
Oxfam has described the site as an important milestone in the “digitising of the charity”.
Louis Georgiou, director and co-founder of Code Computerlove, said: “Working in close partnership with Oxfam’s digital, marketing and communications teams, this is the largest platform build we’ve ever done. It’s been amazing and something we’re very proud of.”
FLUID Creativity has designed and launched a new website for Bradshaws Direct, a home shopping supplier of gardening goods and pond equipment.
The site incorporates a streamlined sales system for Bradshaw’s onlines transactions and Fluid said it had improved the search mechanism.
Managing director Lee Turner said: “Our knowledge of the Magento platform has allowed us to build on it to enhance the filtering system significantly which will be a great benefit to customers looking for specific items and to our client when it comes to online promotion.”
Fluid’s portfolio includes the NHS, University of Salford, Brother and The Royal Bank of Scotland.
IRIS Legal, a provider of software to law firms and barristers in the UK, has appointed Altrincham-based PR agency RMS following a competitive pitch.
IRIS Legal supplies legal technology to 5,500 law firms, barrister’s chambers and coroner’s offices. It says more than 154,000 legal personnel use its products every day.
The business was established more than thirty years ago and now employs around 300 staff.
Peter Davies, RMS director, said: “Our brief is to position the company as a thought leader in the marketplace and a provider of ‘best-in-class’ solutions that help law firms improve performance, specifically cash flow and profitability. We’re delighted to be working with the clear market leader in the sector.”