APP / WEBSITE / DASHBOARD / UX / UI +D
CREST Planning specialises in event safety and venue management for events across the UK. Their team is made up of the very best UK Emergency Service, Local Authority and Private Sector professionals.Read the case study
UI / UX / DESIGN / IOS / API / ANDROID
The iconic brand tasked AtomicMedia to create a new online and mobile app system that would make buying and selling used Scania vehicles easy.Read the case study
DESIGN / WEB / UI
For over 30 years, World Challenge has been helping young people build life skills by taking them on adventures around the world. Today they travel to 40+ destinations with over 8,000 students every year.Read the case study
"As part of our brand refresh our new site needed to communicate energy and present the breadth of our destination offering. AtomicMedia were able to help shape and truly optimise our vision for the digital space. We are now learning and continue to evolve the site."
A CMS is a 'Content Management System'. These allow you to add, delete or 'manage' content via a web browser and improve your SEO score!
WordPress is the world's most popular CMS. It powers approximately 30% of the entire internet according to W3Techs stats!
There's no set time for building a website - it all depends on the complexity of the sitemap and design requirements. Increased functionality = increased time investment.
CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management. The CRM software may vary in functionality but essentially they all lean towards the same goal; to streamline business processes. This is done in different ways, such as managing customer data and planning customer interactions. CRMs are best integrated with a strong marketing and/or sales strategy to get the most out of them.
If your existing system has a way to "talk" to the data via a database or API (Application Programming Interface), it should be simple. If not, the answer isn't a no but much more time would be required.
SSL stands for "Secure Socket Layer" and put simply this means that any data between your browser and the server is encrypted between sending and receiving, this stops and sensitive data being intercepted. This is shown in the browser usually be seeing a padlock to the left of the url in the browsers and the URL starting with https. Websites should have a SSL certificate to protect user data and Google also consider this a ranking factor in their search results.
It depends on your website! For general content updates we recommend WordPress, but if you're running an e-commerce site then Magento is better. A very specific workflow or problem might warrant a custom-built CMS.