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Web Development Services

Web Development Services

In line with our core operations at Max, the web development department specialises in the archives sector. For many of our clients, digitisation is simply the first step to providing much wider access to the archival material. The digitised images will then need to be disseminated and a website is often the best means of achieving this.

For clients who subscribe to one of our Archive Services such as Soteria, Dryad, Themis or Family Archives, we offer tailored front ends designed to present your materials to their best advantage. These user-friendly interfaces are built on top of the powerful back-end functionality of AtoM and Archivematica software. Where required we are able to develop specific presentational modules, such as timelines and image sliders.

For digitisation clients who have not subscribed to one of our Archive Services, we provide bespoke WordPress-based sites. WordPress is a powerful and very popular content management system. It allows new content to be added and edited without any in-depth knowledge of coding. WordPress also scores highly as a CMS due to its use of ‘plugins’ – ready-made pieces of code which provide in-depth functionality. Complicated processes which would previously have taken a long time to develop can simply be bought, or even downloaded for free. These plugins can then be quickly added to the site, cutting back on development time. As part of our service we provide basic WordPress training to our clients.

There is of course no point in having a website if no one can see it. SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) informs our development process from the outset.

For further details of the web development services we offer, specifically our heritage sector websites, please follow the link in this article, or contact us on 020 8309 5445 or via our contact page.

Web Development Services

In line with our core operations at Max, the web development department specialises in the archives sector. For many of our clients, digitisation is simply the first step to providing much wider access to the archival material. The digitised images will then need to be disseminated and a website is often the best means of achieving this.

For clients who subscribe to one of our Archive Services such as Soteria, Dryad, Themis or Family Archives, we offer tailored front ends designed to present your materials to their best advantage. These user-friendly interfaces are built on top of the powerful back-end functionality of AtoM and Archivematica software. Where required we are able to develop specific presentational modules, such as timelines and image sliders.

For digitisation clients who have not subscribed to one of our Archive Services, we provide bespoke WordPress-based sites. WordPress is a powerful and very popular content management system. It allows new content to be added and edited without any in-depth knowledge of coding. WordPress also scores highly as a CMS due to its use of ‘plugins’ – ready-made pieces of code which provide in-depth functionality. Complicated processes which would previously have taken a long time to develop can simply be bought, or even downloaded for free. These plugins can then be quickly added to the site, cutting back on development time. As part of our service we provide basic WordPress training to our clients.

There is of course no point in having a website if no one can see it. SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) informs our development process from the outset.

For further details of the web development services we offer, specifically our heritage sector websites, please follow the link in this article, or contact us on 020 8309 5445 or via our contact page.

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