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Archive for February, 2011

21 Feb

Spa Home Club


2am’s experience of working with international clients was a definitive advantage in securing this project for Spa Club Home.

Working with a Russian client based in Moscow, 2am’s challenge was to develop a site that would appeal to expat Brits living over there and business travellers regularly commuting between the UK and the Russian capital.

The website, which was built on the Word Press platform, incorporates an integral third party booking system allowing users to pre-plan treatments.

21 Feb

It’s Fancy Dress Time


After initially running their company through a highly successful ebay operation, It’s Fancy Dress Time approached 2am to design a fully-fledged e-commerce site to build on their existing success.

The website, which reflects the brand’s fun and upbeat image, is very easy to navigate and has all the security features that today’s online shoppers demand. With a great search facility and well-categorised product breakdowns, customers visiting this site should quickly be able to find exactly what they’re after, buy it easily and safely and enjoy an excellent delivery service too.

21 Feb

Rosy Guesthouse – Cambodia


Rosy Guesthouse was a challenging web development project incorporating the new BookitWith booking engine.

Developed in partnership with umi, the aim for 2am was to create an online look and feel for Rosy Guesthouse which would appeal to the global marketplace in this developing tourist destination.

A fresh, modern custom-built Word Press site conveys the Western standard facilities whilst still maintaining the cultural integrity of an authentic Asian experience. The website itself is simple to navigate, image rich and the booking engine integrates seamlessly into the overall structure – a key factor in helping to improve bookings for the hotel.

21 Feb

Qutis Clinics


Developing the Qutis brand was the first step in the relaunch of this medical aesthetics business.

Clean lines and a fluid shape were the starting point for the logo design which was then echoed in the development of Quitis’ online presence.

The website retained the same minimalist design principles, conveying the key value underpinning the Qutis brand. As a franchise operation, it as also important that the website offers a very adaptable format able to accommodate micro sites within is structure as new franchisees join the Qutis team.

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