Here at Bytewire we believe its important to be honest and transparent with our practices and pricing, thus, below we’re going to try and condense down into 10 pinpoint reasons why you should come to us for your next web development project.
1. Our expertise in web development our second to none and range from brilliant design right through to complex web games and e-commerce systems. We can cater for very little customisation and server side programming or utterly loads of
Yesterday we launched our new homepage, we’ve been very busy working on colour schemes and a slightly different look as we start to ramp up the business towards our automated system for buying and managing websites. Which includes an exclusive admin panel which will allow our customers to make requests and talk to us about additions / edits in a timely and organised fashion from within our very application. The aim of which is to provide our customers with a
Last Thursday we held our very first testing evening in the new office and it was a BIG success. We managed to get a few friends and players to the office for 7pm onwards to test a new feature now due for release this coming week for our online game title ‘Street Crime‘. Under the promise of Dominos, Cola and some good fun we set off to give our newly built system a good rigorous workout. The ‘pump’ as Arnold
Ever since moving into our new office, we’ve considered what we could do differently in our normal development process to improve the final released product. Recently, due to misfortune and bad planning more than a decisive pre conceived idea we decided it is time we put alot more effort into testing our products much more strenuously before releasing them to our audience. In this case our ever trusting players of our online mmorpg title, Street Crime.
We had let them down
We’ve recently been racking our brains over possible ways to keep a PHP Framework we’ve been developing, agile within individual projects. The Framework is still quite young development wise, but it is mature enough to develop sites on. So ideally what we wanted to do was create a Git repository for our Framework under a organization account on the lovely Github. Once done, the tricky part was trying to separate the framework code from the individual sites code.
This was quite
Revolutionary you say? Well ok, ‘Revolutionary’ might be a bit over the top but we certainly think we’ve nailed the future of web design all be it at the moment on a very small scale. Introducing Bytewires new website customisation features.
Just under a month ago now we released our new version of Bytewire (our business’s) site and a much revised solutions & services offering. If you haven’t already taken a look, you should! What we offer is some loosely bundled
We are very excited to announce that we have started our first move to creating editable and customisable package specifications live to our clients. We’ve taken the leap from just a simple contact us enquiry to actually offering a clearly set price and package deal, with the option of multiple add ons, so that you as the client can really spec up your website package the way you want it. We feel its a great way for a small business
As the “need” for a website continues to grow, the question of “how much does a website cost?” continues to be thrown around. Businesses and individuals are continuing to feel the need to gain an online presence. However, those that don’t understand the principles behind a website, have no real idea about the cost of buying or running a website. If you have never purchased or run a website how are you supposed to know how much they cost?
As part of our drive to blog more about Bytewire (our company) and what its entailed so far, we’ve decided to write a series of articles (blogs) about how we started our business during a recession in the UK.
When Elliot and I graduated from university just over 3 years ago now, we made a difficult decision to start our own business. We decided against jumping straight into scowering the jobs market and give shaping our own future a shot. Three