Latest Work

We’re proud of the work we do. And yet we always strive to improve. Here’s a look at some of our most recent projects to give you an idea of the type of work we carry out for our clients.

Screenshot of the Burrenbeo Trust website
Screenshot of Inishowen Artists' Retreat and Studio website

Native Trees from Seed

A personal project

This is a website that I created out of my passion for trees.

I spent a decade growing trees from seed based in a tree nursery in Northern Ireland. I wanted to put the skills I developed over those years out into the world for evryone to be able to access.

The ‘Native Trees from Seed” website has evolved over the years and is now regularly visited by thousands of people around the world.

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Native Trees from Seed website screenshot

Cuimhneamh an Chláir/Clare Memories

An independent, voluntary charity

Cuimhneamh an Chláir / Clare Memories digitally records, archives and shares the oral heritage of Co. Clare, through interviews with the county’s older citizens in its diverse communities.

This new website is designed to showcase a small part of that archive to raise awareness of its existence to the wider public. To do that, we imported 200 interview transcripts along with their associated data (names, interview dates, parish, dates of birth etc). A small amount of this data is visible on the website in the searchable archive.

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Screenshot of the Cuimhneamh an Chláir/Clare Memories website home page

Campaign to Protect Rural England, Oxfordshire

A migration and new website

CPRE Oxfordshire’s old website was built on an an outdated content management system, so we migrated the whole site over to WordPress and created a new design based on the national franchise theme. This was a large piece of work that we completed on time and much to the client’s satisfaction.

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Screenshot of the CPRE Oxfordshire website


Small business website

A small, Dublin-based business offering ‘biodiversity packages’ that allows other businesses to demonstrate their commitment to biodiversity – pollinators in particular. The website is bright, yet simple, putting the message clearly in front of potential clients. The website highlights the two packages that BioBees offers – and presents a quick way for people to book a chat with the owners.

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Screenshot of the BioBees website

Creggan Country Park

Local outdoor organisation

Creggan County Park is a registered charity that delivers outdoor activities for local people in the Creggan area of Derry~Londonderry. They provide access to recreation, education, training, volunteering and a biodiversity-rich site for the community. This website was created to enable them to reach a wider audience and to take online bookings for their activities.

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Screenshot of Creggan Country Park website

Sinéad Smyth | Artist

Local artist website

Sinéad Smyth is an artist from Inishowen – the most northerly peninsula in Donegal, Ireland. She has a studio in a restored Irish cottage where she runs art classes and paints in oils.

This website incorporates an online shop, as well as a booking facility for art classes. It needed to reflect Sinéad’s personality and is well optimised for SEO.

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Screenshot of Sinéad Smyth's website

Ulster Beekeepers Association

Local organisation

The Ulster Beekeepers Association represent affiliated beekeeping associations across Northern Ireland and the border counties in the Republic of Ireland.

Their old website couldn’t be managed easily, so a Content Management System was in order to enable them to update the content easily.

Along with the website, UBKA needed a logo refresh and some social media help, setting up Twitter and MailChimp for example, to help them communicate more effectively with existing and potential future members.

The brief was simple, bright, colourful and reflecting the organisation’s role spearheading the promotion and importance of beekeeping in Ulster and beyond.

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Ulster Beekeepers' Association website screenshot

Vincent Wildlife Trust – Pine Marten portal

An information portal

This website was created by us for a partnership between Vincent Wildlife Trust (Ireland) and National Parks and Wildlife Service.

It shares expert knowledge from poultry keepers, foresters, farmers, pest control experts, gun clubs, NPWS conservation rangers and academics, offering information and advice about pine martens.

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Bat Conservation Ireland website

A new website

This was a large project that we undertook way back in 2014 to transfer their old website to a new content management system along with a new design based on their new logo. We still look after this website for Bat Conservation Ireland with one of our website maintenance packages. We also help them develop new areas of the website to help with their internal processes and to improve how the website works for visitors.

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Bat Conservation Ireland website screenshot