Our bespoke Content Management System is designed specifically for online enterprise. Take complete control of your content and add membership systems, ecommerce integration, SagePay integration and lots more...
We have invested over 9 years in the development of our eCommerce platform. The system is easy to use and over the years has become a feature rich application allowing you full control over your eCommerce website....
Webnetism is the premium web hosting solution provider for Cheltenham and Gloucestershire. Our Data Centre in Gloucester has everything you would expect from security to air conditioning to power generation and FM200 gas fire suppression...
Web Design in Cheltenham from Webnetism, an integrated web design company based in Cheltenham doing web design work for organisations looking to create a powerful business identity both online and offline in Gloucestershire and the surrounding counties.
Webnetism is a combined digital design studio and web development agency located between Cheltenham and Gloucester. We provide quality services for organisations looking to create a more powerful business identity both online and offline.
We work closely with our clients to produce creative designs, intelligent online solutions and marketing material that are guaranteed to make your company STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD. To find out more get in touch.
We provide bespoke online solutions, whether a simple website with a unique design, a full scale CMS or ecommerce solution with order fulfilment and CRM database, client side or cloud based application development, mobile website or specific iOS or Android App.
We have skilled graphic designers and developers in our Cheltenham office able to cater for your business requirements – no matter how unique they may be. All this is backed up by our Microsoft certified support team and state of the art data centre for all of your hosting, co-location and back up requirements.
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Reviewing web design and web development work in progress and discussing new website design projects, creating presentations and pitching for new development work, deleting hundreds of emails from exhibition stand companies, planning the next big bike ride (lunch hour), deleting one million recruitment emails, occasionally building a server for our web hosting environment if Peter Carr is taking a nap and playing with servers in the data centre to calm my nerdy side!
This is the hardest question anyone has ever asked me.
Oooh, I like all the design work our web designers do! I have several ecommerce and CMS projects I enjoy working on though. At the top of the list are definitely the DogsDoodahs, Weird Fish and Kohler Mira.
Working with clients old and new to get the very best out of their website presence, liaising with our in-house web design team to implement their fantastic designs and regularly checking to see if Peter Carr is still alive...
I would say Jaffa Cakes, but I'm still not convinced that the whole "biscuits" or "cakes" argument has been sufficiently settled in my opinion.
Therefore, I'll go for McVities Caramels (sheer snack awesomeness - "Nom" to the power of 3)
Our eCommerce websites all have our CMS integrated in them; so I guess eCommerce is the way forward. Our web design guys are amazing at creating the front end for either CMS or eCommerce and the developers make sure every solution is built with passion!
Of all the websites we have designed and developed I would say Weird Fish, probably because I do most of the website development on it. But its a great example of a solid eCommerce website driving good sales for a successful business.
Using Client-Side technologies like AJAX, jQuery, CSS and/or HTML to produce things like Ad-banners, slideshows or in-browser image manipulation tools. Generally things that help add further aesthetic value to a system or that simplify a complex task. Using Server-Side technologies like C#.Net, ASP.Net and SQL to produce database driven systems like ecommerce and CMS based sites.
Obviously the wicked DosgsDoodahs website for me! Not only did I develop most of the functionality behind the version two website but I'm also working on the mobile and responsive website too.
Not a fan of football
Tough question! I suppose the web design provides the user interface and the journey through the website. But its the website developers who make it all happen. Those web design boys just push pixels around the screen.
As a direct descendant from one of Darwin's famous monkeys, I'm well on my way to producing the works of William Shatner. In my spare time software development is the focus of my daily activity.
Not Manchester United of course
I have to say they are all good. I don't do web design myself so its hard to say. My bag is Windows application development, so pretty web designs do nothing for me!
Using the latest tools and website development technologies to ensure all our clients websites are operating at their very best. Developing new websites and database driven applications.
I'm a .net web developer, I don't do any design work - that's for babies! But I do like the functionality on several of our later sites. The online booking engine for PA Cheltenham with its CMS and ecommerce and the card personalisation on the dogsdoodahs ecommerce website are great.
I just loooooove Christmas!
Crow-baring our clients "thoughts and wishes" on to a screen in a visually appealing way, making stuff look pretty before handing it over to the clever guys so they can make it do stuff, looking after the well being of the team by ensuring everyone gets regular exercise – up and down the stairs to fetch more tea and coffee.
Like my Children - I have no favourites.
Football? Sorry I only follow sports that require petrol.
I have lots of favourite web designs - where do I start. The latest web site design work we have done is probably the best as its all designed for mobile. Responsive website design is the way forward. I think the new Dogs Dogsdoodahs mobile website will be the best!
Coffee, web design, code, laughs, getting the evil eye from Peter Carr. I work with clients to achieve clean and functional designs and then develop them in HTML. Responsive design is my bag and all my sites are mobile friendly.
Cheltenham Town of course
I have designed loads of websites since I joined Webnetism. Lots of smaller brochure style websites, some Wordpress sites and several large corporate eCommerce websites. I try and make my website designs different each time and have to say I like them all!
Hunting for biscuits whilst despairing at the office youths. Listening to Arctic Monkeys while pointing at my arm instead of my watch.
Project managing our DotVet Practice Management System for Veterinary Practices.
Looking after the Continental Data Centre, building computers and a bit of IT support.
Ginger Nuts. No, I meant to say Webnetism!
Never heard of it....
That's a leading question! Obviously I like the website hosting infrastructure. All the computers in our Cheltenham data centre are built by me and I take a lot of pride in keeping it all in order.
I maintain the infrastructure running our hosting environment, taking care of our mail servers, routers, switches and client VPNs. I do loads of really high tech stuff and bamboozle the rest of the team with useless three letter abbreviations, charts and graphs.
I love them all.
I take care of all our servers ensuring all the websites are responsive, fast and error free. I also manage all the mail and DNS servers. Our hosting facilities have DR locations too, so I have to ensure everything is working across multiple data centres.