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Doncaster & Bassetlaw NHS
We spent a total of 12 months evaluating and designing a new new bespoke website system for DBTH. The result is a sleek, beautifully-designed website which is both versatile and accessible.Read case study
Make Do was approached to replace an outdated eCommerce system and fully integrate the site with the shop’s electronic point of sale system. The new website had to be quick and simple for staff to update and designed to match the Courtauld Gallery brand guidelines.Read case study
The Dearne Valley Landscape Partnership needed a website which could provide location-specific information to mobile users. It needed to act as a record of the project’s success and included promotional aids, a guide to their projects, and a transparent archive of the partnership’s accomplishments.Read case study
“Make Do joined us at the very beginning of our re-brand and worked with us from day one to ensure that our website reflected the identity of the charity. We couldn't be happier with the look and style of our website.
“The process of developing our new website was clear, constructive, positive and actually enjoyable. The Make Do team were able to translate what we wanted from a website into the building of it - we weren't bombarded with jargon and terminology.
“The Make Do team are hotshots. They did things with WordPress we didn't think were possible. I would highly recommend their services.
The Courtuald Shop
Innova Care Concepts
JCI (Junior Chamber International) United Kingdom
TPC (The Performance Coach) Leadership
NHS Leadership Acdemy
FXB (François-Xavier Boisrouvray)
University of Oxford
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For some companies though these difficult times have brought on new challenges for the way their teams work and communicate. Here are some of our top tips for remote work/working from home.
Often our agency is asked to step in and take over a WordPress project that was built by another team. This has become so common that we have a tried-and-tested system to dealing with this request.
4 weeks ago the UK was locked down because of the global COVID-19 pandemic. It has been a challenging few weeks for a small agency like ours but we’ve managed to adapt quickly to the change and remain productive in the ‘new normal’.
As our agency grows we need new people to join the team in various Engineering roles. Do you have a passion for WordPress? Want to work remotely? Work from home? The Pub? Starbucks? The bus? Sounds good?