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Uk Home Improvement

Uk Home Improvement

The UK Home Improvement website has been designed to help users create their dream home with confidence, wherever they are in the UK. The website offers advice, trade search engine and specialist services at no cost for the user.

After the experience they had with the Uk Funeral Advice project, Touchdown Media returned to Codename Two to commission another project. Uk Home Improvement is built along the same lines as Uk Funeral Advice and because of that a reusable framework has been developed to support the two projects. This CMS-like framework now allows a single point of administration for the two web applications.

Having had the experience of Uk Funeral Advice, a SEO friendly and performance optimized web application was developed to meet the customer's needs.

Uk Funeral Advice

Uk Funeral Advice

UK Funeral Advice is Britain’s leading online resource providing useful information and guidance on how to arrange funerals and all the related events. It is intended as an online catalog of the companies that provide funerals-related services in different zones of the United Kingdom.

The owners of UK Funeral Advice asked Codename Two to redesign their existing website and to add new functionality to it. The result is now online in the form of a clean and easy to use website. In their position as leading online resource for funeral advice, one of the chief concerns was to get good page rankings and generally a SEO friendly website.

Designing the project from the ground up with this goal in mind, Codename Two was able to make the right decisions and take the best approach in meeting this challenge.

Auto Rulate Iasi

Auto Rulate Iasi

Nitro Auto approached us with a request that's a bit out of the usual lines. They wanted us to write a web crawler that would extract data from certain web sites, transform it and place it in their own database that was to be made accessible through a web site. The project has been in production for more than a year now.