Webtrade has launched the new website for McMonagle Natural Stone, one of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of stone in Ireland, operating five quarries in Donegal, two sandstone, two quartzite and one granite.
The new website has been designed & developed to showcase their vast range of quartzite, sandstone, granite, limestone & slate products, using vivid and striking photography of examples where their natural stone has been used. McMonagle Stone are key suppliers of architectural stone work, building stone, cladding stone, internal stone work, paving & setts onto the Irish market, and provide a rage of stone accessories for fireplaces, decorative chippings, gardens, stone steps, stone pillars, plaques and monoliths.
The site provides full information and striking photographs of each stone type, through Webtrade's interactive photo gallery, with latest product news and product downloads all just a click or a search away.
All content and photos were loaded onto the site by McMonagle Stone themselves, using Webtrade's simple to use Siternity™ content management system, where it just takes seconds to upload photos and text to a new page.
The new website for leading Dublin florist, Day by Day, has just gone live. Webtrade developed the first site for Day by Day Florist in 2001, when they became one of the first Irish online florists. The new site has been built to give the business a fresh new look and a much improved shopping experience for their customers. Situated in Rathfarnham Village, Day By Day has been supplying flowers to their loyal customers since 1987, delivering a designer range of flowers across South Dublin for a range of occasions. They are also long standing members of Interflora and arrange delivery to most parts of the rest of Ireland, the UK, Europe and the World. The site now also sells a rage of chocolates, soft toys, vases and other accompaniments. The website & shopping cart is fully updateable with Webtrade's content management and shopping cart system and uses Realex Payments for securely handling all credit card payments. Day by Day staff have full control over their product catalogue, prices, photos, product details, orders, general website content, and search engine keywords, making the website a key part in the growth of their business on into the future.You can click here to buy your flowers online.
Webtrade has launched the new website design for Hawaiian Tropic (Europe) one of the top sun care products producers and brands in the world. This is the second site we've developed for them having launched their previous website design in 2002.
The National Institute for Transport & Logistics (NITL), the national reseach body concerned with promoting world class practice in Supply Chain Mangement, has just launched is much improved website, www.nitl.ie
Tully Nurseries have gone live with their Webtrade developed website and online product catalogue and ordering system for nursery plants, trees and shrubs - www.tullynurseries.ie.
Webtrade has launched the new website design for Teachers Union of Ireland having won a competitive pitch against three other Dublin web design companies.
Using Webtrade's Siternity™ Content Management System, TUI staff have the ability to update their websiteprimary, higher and further education. Our web designers and usability experts worked with the communications team in the TUI to structure the site to best suit the content needs of each of its audience types.
Oyster Coaching's new website has just gone live at www.oystercoaching.com. With the website design by Webtrade and built upon our Siternity content management system, Oyster Coaching have full control over all sections of their site.
Webtrade has launched the new website of CervicalCheck, Ireland’s first National Cervical Screening Programme, which was launched today by the National Cancer Screening Service (NCSS) - www.cervicalcheck.ie. The was designed to reflect CervicalCheck's new branding, and contains information about the Programme, cervical screening, and having a smear test. Details of smeartakers will be added in time, as they register with CervicalCheck. This will enable women to choose a smeartaker of their choice in their local area. Other materials available include a suite of information brochures, the CervicalCheck Women’s Charter and Programme news updates. Webtrade also developed the website for CervicalCheck's predecessor, The Irish Cervical Screening Programme (ICSP), which ran a first phase rollout of the service in counties Limerick, Clare and North Tipperary since 2000. The new website is available at www.cervicalcheck.ie.
The Commission for Aviation Regulation's new site has now gone live - www.aviationreg.ie
Webtrade have developed a new site for Inheritance and Succession book authors John G. Murphy and Jason Dunne. Visit the website at http://www.myinheritance.ie