It's been a glorious weekend of sunshine in Glasgow and although we are sad to see it end we are delighted to share with you our new launch this morning so you can enjoy some liquid sunshine.
So before you head to the newly-opened* shops and restaurants and beer gardens (*other countries may vary) why not take a look?
It's not strictly a new website/app as we have been working with the guys at Scotch Whisky Auctions for many a year (118 monthly auctions to be exact) but it has been completely redeveloped from the bottom up. When SWA first started all those auctions ago the inaugural auction offered 112 lots - one recent auction offered more than 10,000 bottles.
It's a huge change for the operation at SWA and a huge change for the website and app that power the auctions.
We have been working with Rape Crisis Scotland for a number of years and are delighted to play a small part in supporting their invaluable work.
We first won a tender to redesign and redevelop the website for Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis (as it is now) - we have loved working with the team there over the years and it led to us working with lots of other rape and sexual abuse centres across Scotland.
We were approached by Rape Crisis Scotland a few years ago to help them with their website as they had heard how easy our content management system (CMS) was to use. We ported the back end of their website on to our system and trained the staff in how to update it. It made a huge difference to the workload meaning staff members were able to update the website with ease.
This fine fuzzylime blog software tells me it is January 29th so it must be true even if it does feel like January 284th at least – perhaps it wasn't coded for months with more than 31 days!
We hope you are all well and staying safe in these trying times.
We are keeping very busy here at fuzzylime – something we feel very grateful for.
One project we have been working on for the past few months is with Fife Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre (FRASAC) and Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre Perth and Kinross (RASACPK). We've worked with both teams in the past so were delighted to be invited back.
We are delighted to be able to finally share with you a website we worked on earlier this year. It was officially launched this afternoon at a very powerful webinar so we can now talk about it.
The Rosey Project is the Support and Prevention Programme for young people at Glasgow Rape Crisis providing support and education to young people aged 13-25.
The project came about because the existing website was very much aimed at professionals and it was felt that the website should be aimed at young people themselves.