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Little Ireland Arts Collective

The Little Ireland Arts Collective is based in Edinburgh. They wanted a website to showcase what they do and signpost people to their social media accounts. They also wanted the site to serve as an example for funders.

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Clar - Gaelic publisher

Clàr – Gaelic Publisher

Clàr are a small Gaelic publisher who needed a simple ecommerce site. We worked with them to get it up and running on a very short deadline. It is a bilingual website. They can now take orders for over 15 titles, with more updates and products coming in the New

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Safer Orkney website

Safer Orkney

Safer Orkney is a website run by Orkney Partnership for Action Against Gender Based Violence and Abuse works at a local level as the key driver for multi-agency work to tackle violence against women and girls and gender based violence. We worked with the partnership to develop their first website.

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SEO for small businesses: what is it and how do I do it?

SEO for small businesses: what is it and how do I do it?

So, you’ve built a website. Awesome! That’s the first step in expanding your reach and connecting with your target audience. But now comes the challenging part—getting people to actually find your website. Enter SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, the internet’s equivalent of a neon sign pointing right at your digital

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Hebrides People

Hebrides People is a visitor centre and genealogy archive based in Northton, in Harris. We have been working with them to redevelop their website and archive. The archive has over 200,000 records in it. We are working on the project in two phases. The first phase – the new website

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Scottish Island Gifts

Scottish Island Gifts (formerly isle20) is the website which started Isle Develop CIC! It lists over 600 island businesses, and sells over 3.5k products from small producers across the Scottish islands. It is a marketplace site and has been running since 2020. We recently rebranded it.

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