Alacrify Ltd

Back in Harness

Published on: 4th September 2007
By Alacrify



Back in Harness

Following a fabulous week's holiday, spent largely on the beach, it's now back to work with a vengeance.

A long list of updates and improvements to our clients' websites awaits. Some of these will see the site completely re-styled, others will be more subtle changes in content. One client of 14 years' standing has returned to review and update their logo.

We're also looking to develop several new websites this autumn, one offering e-commerce and another with a complete database-driven, Content Management System built into it.

It's going to be a busy time again!

 

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