People’s working hours are no longer 9 – 5, Monday to Friday. They expect to be able to work and access information from a company when they need it from wherever they are; a web application offers companies a flexible, cost-effective way to meet this need. From a streamlined version of an internal system to increasing the efficiency of remote or travelling employees, to an interactive tool to help build brand loyalty with customers; a web application can deliver. Other web application examples include:
- An internal web application to help manage projects & finances;
- A web application that you can re-sell to a customer – Software-as-a-Service;
- An application to revolutionise customer service by providing a portal for your customers to access.
We discover everything there is to learn about your business, what a new app needs to deliver and to whom. If you’d like us to, we’ll also suggest a few of our own ideas – we love coming up with fresh solutions that really make the technology work hard.
Responsive web applications
All the web applications we build are responsive. This means they look great and work perfectly on any screen of any size; desktop, table or smartphone. We do this by adapting menus, controls and other visuals to fit the device based on the current screen width and height, ensuring the user always gets the best possible experience regardless of what device they’re using.
Web application technology and development process
As a Microsoft Gold Partner, we primarily use Microsoft tools to build our client’s web apps but we’ve experienced with a whole array of tech stacks.
We know that trying to visualise a finished web app is a big ask, so from early in the project, we’ll create a prototype that we’ll update throughout the process. This enables our clients, and other stakeholders, to ‘play’ with the app along the way and flag any design or functionality that isn’t quite right.