Projects

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Law website redevelopment 

Company name: 
asb law

Project type: 
Rebrand and Website Redevelopment

The brief:
Boxharry were tasked with redeveloping and launching a new responsive, user-friendly, and sleek-looking website that strongly reflects the firm’s unique identity and capabilities. It should create strong engagement with the firm’s diverse audience from MDs to high-net-worth individuals to families and other private individuals, some of whom are considered vulnerable, so accessibility is an absolute must.

How we achieved it:
We teamed up with the local creative marketing agency designate, who got the ball rolling by reviewing the existing brand, conducting a competitive analysis, identifying audiences, and building a brand architecture. Through a series of meetings and workshops with asb law, we were able to create specifications as well as advise on and help shape the following: website structure; UX and customer journeys; CMS selection, integration and customisation; and data management through Peppermint CRM integration.

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Home page refresh

Company name: 
Southern Water

Project type: 
Home page refresh

The brief:
Southern Water asked Boxharry to alter the content structure and messaging on the home page of their main website, to implement a greater focus on customer self-service functionality and in-channel support services.

How we achieved it:
We began by creating a fully interactive prototype using the current global visual language. We then structured the layout into clear horizontal segments comprised of a services carousel containing up to three calls-to-action for customer functionality, feature tiles displaying the starting points for four key user journeys, a "Need help" section integrating the Synthetix FAQAgent, and new page scaffolding (i.e. a new header and footer). Finally, we developed the modules in the CMS that would allow Southern Water administrators to update and manage the contents of the new structure.

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Website development

Company name: 
Wave Leisure

Project type: 
Website development

The brief:
Create a new and fresh website to promote the group's leisure centres.

How we achieved it:
After gathering the required information, our design team created a modern, fresh set of designs.

Once the client was happy with them, these designs formed the basis for the website build.

We built the website portion using the latest version of Umbraco and applied a USkinned theme on top. We then tweaked and altered this to bring the original designs to life.

During the build, we shaped the Umbraco CMS into a fully-customised model that would allow the client to easily create, update, and delete content as and when needed. This is another example of a website where content tagging has been used to benefit both the client and the user! 

Rebrand

Company name: 
LeasePlan

Project type: 
Website rebrand

The brief:
Update the design and a number of areas of functionality on the existing website to reflect LeasePlan’s bold new branding.

How we achieved it:
We added a few new accent colours and streamlined the user experience by adding larger, more engaging images, making access to useful information like reviews and in-stock notices easier, as well as making the process of comparing vehicles simpler so their customers can make the choice that’s right for them.

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Umbraco microsite build

Company name: 
Makaton

Project type: 
Microsite build with eCommerce and PayPal integration, Umbraco CMS

The brief:
Makaton asked us to create a bright and cheery new microsite dedicated to inspiring people to get signing the Makaton way. The branding includes their new mascot, Okey, who will welcome users. There should also be a way for users to purchase learning materials from their online shop.

How we achieved it:
We designed and built a fun and interactive website that integrates a “Sign of the Week” media wall designed to maximise user engagement and sharing through tweets and video uploads. We also included a PayPal-integrated eCommerce store and linked it all together through Sage 200.

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Recruitment web build

Company name:
Impact Recruitment Services

Project type:
Website & Candidate Portal Development

The brief:
To build a brand new website, complete with a Recruit Agent Portal

How we achieved it:

After gathering the clients requirements, we created a prototype to showcase how the website and portal would work.

Once we had sign off, we built the website using the latest version of Umbraco, with a USkinned theme applied on top. We then tweaked and altered it to bring the designs to life, shaping the Umbraco CMS into a fully-customised model that would allow the client to easily create, update and delete content as and when they needed.

The unique candidate portal allows their candidates to search and apply for jobs, have conversations with their consultant and upload their CV's - to name a few!

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Recruit.Agent portal 

Company name: 
Vantage Recruitment

Project type: 
Candidate Portal Deployment

The brief:
Vantage Recruitment asked Boxharry to install our Recruit.Agent candidate portal into their existing website.

How we achieved it:
By integrating our Recruit.Agent web application with Vantage’s BroadBean CRM account, we were able to deploy the application onto Vantage’s existing website smoothly via use of our Second Screen technology, delivering an invaluable tool for them, and a first-class user experience for their candidates.

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Broadbean integration

Company names:
Connect2Staff, Impact Recruitment, Vantage Recruitment & more

Project type:
Recruit.Agent Portal

The brief:
To integrate the RecruitAgent Portal with Broadbean's job posting system

How we achieved it:
By building an endpoint in our RecruitAgent system that receives job data (e.g. title, description, pay, consultant information, sectors, etc) and creates new vacancies in the portal. When a candidate applies for a job, we send an email back to Broadbean's job specific application email address containing the candidates CV and any relevant details.

News aggregate web build

Company name:
UKAuthority

Project type: 
Website development

The brief:  
UKAuthority asked Boxharry to tender for the redevelopment of their website www.ukauthority.com, replacing their existing news website with a new design utilising the latest build of the Umbraco CMS.

How we achieved it:  
By using our expertise in Umbraco website development we delivered a streamlined, modern and responsive website with the facility for end users to save and bookmark a variety of resources into a personalised library account, and a customised content management system offering the client the ability to easily create and manage these resources.

The website is built using content tagging, which gives the client the ability to easily add and manage large amounts of content as well as making it simple for the user to navigate around the website. 

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Adapt integration

Company name: 
Unitemps

Project type: 
Website rebuild

The brief:
Unitemps asked Boxharry to upgrade their Adapt v9 integrated website with a new Adapt v11 integration.

How we achieved it:
With our Adapt-specific expertise and technical know-how, we utilised the web services and APIs that the popular recruitment CRM has to offer in order to deliver a seamless, streamlined and speedy integration with the website.

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Sage integration

Company name: 
Makaton

Project type: 
Website development

The brief:
To keep tutor data in the website and relicensing systems up to date with the data in their Sage CRM

How we achieved it:
To set up a nightly scheduled task that queries the Sage CRM for all tutor and license data. This is then compared against the tutors we have in the web databases and any information is updated where required.

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Charity Website Development

Charity name: 
The Disabilities Trust

Project type: 
Web design refresh

The brief:
New design implementation for historic website

How we achieved it:
The interface upgrade consisted of the deployment of a Bootstrap-ready template which was adapted and overlaid onto the historic website. Bootstrap-ready templates that are specifically made for the Umbraco CMS are quick and cost-effective to deploy and contain a wide range of elements and features, so we recommended one of these to The Disabilities Trust. A template was selected, implemented, tested and made live. A fresh new look for The Disabilities Trust without the expense of a rebuild!

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Latitudes, Orchard CMS build

Company name: 
University of Westminster

Project type: 
Website refresh

The brief:
The University of Westminster asked Boxharry to revamp, refresh and redesign their website using the Orchard content management system.

How we achieved it:
With our keen eye for design, usability and functionality, Boxharry harnessed the power of the Orchard CMS to design a great looking, easy to use and responsive website, with custom features built to specification such as interactive maps, competitions and email alerts.

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Kenexa integration

Company name: 
Southern Water

Project type: 
HR Portal Deployment

The brief:
Southern Water asked Boxharry to create a job search that integrates with the IBM Kenexa BrassRing API

How we achieved it:
By extending the Umbraco site we had previously created for Southern Water, we were able to create a sleek mini-site which uses the BrassRing API to allow users to search for available jobs within Southern Water that they can then read the details of and apply for through the BrassRing site.

Bootstrap template website update

Company name: 
Friends of Brighton & Hove Hospitals

Project type: 
Website redevelopment

The brief:
Friends asked us to deliver a well-designed, attractive, and visual website with three main objectives – to build awareness of who they are, to encourage people to get involved, and to give people easy ways to donate to their cause. It should be easily navigable and have a large typeface to accommodate their target audience. Friends would also need to have access to a flexible and user-friendly content management system (CMS) to do their frequent updates.

How we achieved it:
Because they had a limited budget, we suggested using a Bootstrap template in conjunction with the Umbraco CMS. We incorporated large image galleries and video players, engaging content animations, and toggle bars which reveal content to the user when they are ready for it.

Charity website redevelopment

Company name: 
ellenor

Project type: 
Website redevelopment to support rebrand

The brief:
ellenor asked us to deploy a fully responsive and accessible website on a content management system (CMS) platform that would allow their administrators to easily update their content, export relevant data in CSV format, and manage online orders. It would need to integrate with several third-party solutions to be cost effective and should provide their target audience with engaging ways to donate, register for events, easily locate nearby shops, and sign up for their lottery scheme.

How we achieved it:
We built a responsive website using the Orchard CMS, an open source, community-focused CMS written in ASP.NET platform using the ASP.NET MVC framework. The CMS allows for non-financial data to be stored and easily exported for reporting purposes. To ensure accessibility concerns were met, we included the "AAA" text resize functionality to allow users to adjust the font size to suit them. We integrated our web forms with Rapidata for the financial donation transactions (including direct debit), built an online store (integrated with Barclaycard) for Christmas cards and other branded merchandise as well as ellenor’s Memory Tree and Lights of Love programmes. We also added engaging features like an interactive shops map, YouTube & Vimeo integration, and a dynamic events registration process.

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