Several companies have used Optimalworks consultancy services to create CSS-based templates, enhance usability, improve accessibility, or advise about any aspect of modern web standards.
A selection of Optimalworks Ltd consultancy work is featured below.
- Exeter Carpet Company The Exeter Carpet Company asked Optimalworks to update and improve their current website. A better CSS layout, enhanced content, and search engine optimisation were promptly implemented.
- The Hemsley Fraser Group Hemsley Fraser are an international corporate training organisation. The Group used Optimalworks to create standards-based, accessible, search engine-optimised templates for their new global websites.
- TwoFour Group: CfBT The TwoFour Group used Optimalworks standards-based and accessible templates to create a new educational website for the CfBT Education Trust and the Department for Education and Skills.
- TwoFour Group: EuroparlTV The TwoFour Group employed Optimalworks to translate their designs in to accessible, standards-based, XHTML/CSS templates for the European Parliament television service. The prototypes were successfully demonstrated in Brussels during April 2007.
- TwoFour Group: Horse & Country TV The TwoFour Group used Optimalworks templates to build Horse & Country TV, part of Sky Television. The template implements slick animation, custom controls and Ajax for an exciting and responsive user interface.
- TwoFour Group: PitchPuff PitchPuff is a unique service that allows anyone to create an online video advert. Optimalworks assisted The TwoFour Group with the modern browser interface and embedded video clips.
- TwoFour Group: Plymouth University The TwoFour Group used Optimalworks to translate an existing Flash-based design to a standards-based XHTML/CSS layout for the Plymouth University Virtual Recruitment campaign.
- TwoFour Group: SIPS TV The TwoFour Group used Optimalworks accessible, standards-based, XHTML/CSS templates for the School Improvement Partners website. This is an online media resource run by three London councils.