Some of our web development clients

We have an excellent track record of designing, building and maintaining websites - particularly for information service sites in the public and voluntary sectors.

Here are a selection of successful web development projects from the last few years...

Alcohol Health Network

Codeface has been working with Alcohol Health Network since 2012, developing the widely used e-Drink-Check web application, used by employers to improve health in the workplace.


Banned Books

Banned Books brings public libraries together with organisations that promote freedom of expression to raise awareness of censorship and raise the profile of libraries.

The Banned Books website features information about the selected books, a quiz, a listings calendar and a prize competition.


Satirino

Satirino is a classical music agency and record label based in Paris.

In summer 2010, Codeface created the new Satirino website with a bilingual content management system and online databases of performers, conductors and records with upcoming events and record releases.


Brightside UNIAID

BrightsideUNIAID are a national education charity. They have a vision of a society where all individuals are inspired and empowered to achieve their potential through education and employment.

In Spring 2010, Codeface designed and implemented a new website for Brightside with a bespoke content management system implemented in Ruby on Rails.


Outside Story

The Outside Story project aims to improve the accessibility of Libraries in London to homeless and vulnerably housed individuals. The website facilitates this with various collaboration and community tools. Codeface designed and built the website in Spring 2009.


BBC

Codeface has been working with BBC Learning English since early in 2002, when we completed work on a set of language learning web pages. Since then we've developed various microsites and Flash games, including the famous "Back of the Net!" game...


St Martin-in-the-Fields

Codeface has managed the website for this famous London landmark since 2001.

The site generates revenue for St Martins by allowing visitors to buy concert tickets online or make donations to help in the organisation's charitable activities.

A content management system allows the site to be updated by staff at St Martins.


Down Your Drink

The Down Your Drink website is a successful online program for people who want to reduce the amount of alcohol they consume.

The site was relaunched at the end of 2007 following major improvements and enhancements by Codeface.


London Drug & Alcohol Network

We developed the first phase of the LDAN website in 2001. The second phase, launched in August 2002, has been much expanded, making it a key resource for both Londoners seeking drug and alcohol treatment and support services, and professionals working in the London drug and alcohol or related sectors.

The site is dynamically driven and includes a powerful content management system, allowing site administrators at LDAN to post new content through a password-protected, user-friendly interface.

It was developed with an awareness of the needs of people who may be unfamiliar with the Internet and/or have special needs.

It includes a clickable map of London, allowing users to find drug and alcohol services in their borough, a keyword search facility, and allows users to join LDAN and order copies of LDAN News online.

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