We build relationships via technical solutions
The creative process has evolved dramatically in the last decade or so and will continue to do so. Aesthetics are no longer agreed via a flat, primitive process. Our creatives look at technically viable options which best suit your business. They then weave their magic to wrap innovative creative solutions around the best deployment vehicles for your business, whether it be web, mobile, tablet, a combination of all three or a bespoke creative solution.
By analysing your organisation, we can drill down into your technical requirements and make recommendations for the effective and efficient delivery of your application software. This process is fully committed towards improving your digital communications and online processes.
Whether it is bespoke C# development or Microsoft Dynamics integration, we pride ourselves in our ability to deliver large scale applications and tailored bespoke software.
Creative developers...Technically astute creatives.
Our team comprises of both. The cohesion between the creative and technical process is imperative for any digital campaign to succeed. We at Boxmodel pride ourselves on having an exceptionally fluid team. We don't believe in passing the parcel, creatives and developers are involved throughout our 'Agile' development process.
What is front end development?
Regularly when I pose the question to a client what do you want capture in your "Sign-up form" the reply is often, "well it is pretty standard isn't it?" or "Just the normal stuff". You may agree with these view points. You don't really need to give much consideration to this aspect of the site do you! Wrong, very wrong!
Customer and marketing wise, the need for software development is practically extinct.
What? I hear you say. The answer is quite simple. Most of our clients don't actually realise they need software. What? I hear you say again. Well as companies attempt to identify their need for marketing and sales tools they (sweeping generalisation but a valid one) tend to think of vehicles they could utilise to accrue more business.