HomePage is a full-service digital design company, primarily producing websites and apps but in general geared to anything on-screen – including interface design, UX/UI processes and graphics, video, presentations, hand-held apps/games, large-scale secure databases, eCommerce…
If your project is measured in pixels or manipulates data, then that’s what we build.
HomePage is responsible for building all technical aspects of this eLearning project, including overseeing a small team of developers in the UK and US. The project’s clients include numerous high-profile companies in US banking, commerce and education.
Photo by Bram Naus on Unsplash
HomePage collaborated with graphic designer Words & Stuff to build this app for the award-winning Isle of Wight Monkey Haven, geared to displaying mixed media of the animals, plus games to enhance the visit for children.
Selfie by “Bog” at the Monkey Haven
Clear Lessons Foundation
HomePage designed and built all aspects of this video-delivery website, which provides guidance and support for managers in the third/charity sector and enables learning-managers to curate tailored programmes from more than 1300 videos.
Photo by Laura Lee Moreau on Unsplash
British Wildlife Photography Awards
HomePage developed all interface and technical systems for these annual photography awards, working in collaboration with Pinkeye’s project management; the results deals with capturing and securely storing entries and managing all back-end judging processes.
Winning photo 2016 by George Stoyle
HomePage built this service to cater for the auditioning and casting process in the opera and classical-singing world, allowing casting agents, singers and theatrical producers to find mutually productive partners around the globe.
M88 World Cup Goal-Guess 2018
HomePage built a multi-lingual site in English, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Khmer and Indonesian, allowing entrants in 6 Asian countries to make their predictions for all matches in the 2018 World Cup and take part in a prize draw, with all match data and entrant management dealt with by HomePage’s site-build. (This project was specific to a 2018 event and is no longer online.)