Code and Pixels has worked with clients of all sizes, from small companies and sole traders to national organisations and charities.

The projects below include small brochure sites, complex online applications, and everything in between. Whatever your needs, Code and Pixels has the expertise to realise them.

Dorrington Academy

After a recent change to academy status, Dorrington wanted a more effective online presence which would allow them to better communicate with parents, pupils and the local community.

Their new website allows them to provide up-to-date details of news and events, and act as the primary source of information about the school. The site is designed with flexibility in mind, so that it can grow and adapt as the school changes.

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Claretys Flowers

This family-run florist wanted a fresh, vibrant website to promote its products and services, and widen its customer base.

Code and Pixels built a modern, clean site which beautifully showcases Claretys' arrangements, helping drive sales.

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Mahbub Zaman

As an internationally-recognised expert on corporate governance and auditing, Mahbub Zaman needed a website to promote his services and share his research and publications.

Code and Pixels built a website which allows Dr Zaman to easily share his expertise in a variety of forms, including a blog, a Twitter feed, and social networking sites.

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Premier Soccer Coaching

Increasing popularity of Premier Soccer Coaching's football courses was meaning an increasing workload for its staff, who were spending more and more time dealing with bookings.

Their new website helps to reduce this workload by allowing bookings to be made and paid for through a fully-automated online booking system. It also provides up to the minute news, and promotes Premier Soccer Coaching's classes to fuel further growth.

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Roger Fereday, Illustrator

Roger Fereday produces illustrations for a number of high-profile clients and wanted an online portfolio to display his work.

Code and Pixels built him a clean, minimalist website, powered by its custom-built content management system, which allows him to add all of his latest work.

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Birmingham Trees for Life

The goal of the BTFL is to promote awareness and understanding of the value of trees in cities. To increase the profile of their planting events and attract new sponsors, they wanted a new website.

Code and Pixels created a site which is easy to navigate, and which allows a greater level of communication and interaction, helping boost people's awareness of the charity.

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Deanery School

This exciting, award-winning school needed a website to match. Code and Pixels developed a highly dynamic site which helps keep existing and prospective parents and pupils up to date.

Using the custom-built content management system, staff can easily add and adjust page content and add items such as news stories and gallery images, all through a simple-to-use online interface.

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Music to the Eyes

As an up-and-coming photographer and designer, Helen Williams needed somewhere to showcase her talents.

Code and Pixels created a site for her bold images, and incorporated dynamic elements such as an automatically-updated feed of her latest Flickr images. The site helped her secure a job with one of the region's top design agencies.

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Photography Mad

A site for amateur photography enthusiasts, Photography Mad incorporates elements such as an article directory, RSS Feed and social bookmarking integration. New pages are easily added via a custom-built content management system.

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