Work: Centre for Middle Eastern Plants
"The process of defining the website from a user's point of view has helped to define us more fully as a company."
The Centre for Middle Eastern Plants (CMEP) had a page on the Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh website but needed a website of their own to establish their unique identity and market their commercial services. Their new website had to be usable for an international audience who had vastly different hardware and connection speeds.
CMEP chose us because of our user-centred approach to developing and testing websites and the information they provide.
We then developed a highly customised back-end that supported all of their dynamic and static content publishing needs. Once the build was complete we undertook usability testing to ensure the needs of users were met irrespective of their connection speed.
We valued most the process of defining and building the website from the user's point of view (particular... Read more
We valued most the process of defining and building the website from the user's point of view (particularly the workshop). Not only has this had a strong impact on our website, but in turn it has helped to define us more fully as a company. Even within the first 3 months we have already begun to notice the effect of having a high quality website!
Other benefits that we appreciated of working with BCM was the pragmatic, impartial, common sense advice which at all times considered what was best for our company and our customers.
Dr Matthew Hall
Centre for Middle Eastern Plants